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Expert system

A software system designed to emulate the processes and procedures conducted by humans in particular areas of expertise, thereby automating decision-making processes.

expert system

a COMPUTER programme which simulates the problem-solving and decision-making behaviour of a technical expert in a particular field such as engineering and medicine. Like human technical experts, expert systems are able to learn from experience and restructure their knowledge in order to improve their future problem-solving.
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When the expert systems are switched on, the plant data flows from DeltaV to the Grinding Expert System and the Flotation Expert System.
Among work tools of expert systems are considered to be models through which a knowledge base can be shown, recorded and represented.
Now, regarding LCMS expert systems design that is an expert system design for planning macro strategies using LCMS matrix the design uses all the resources available and to be used for acquiring knowledge.
Readsoft announced earlier this month it had agreed to pay up to an aggregate SEK60m (USD9m/EUR7m) for Expert Systems.
The initial purchase price for Expert Systems is SEK40m, including assumed debts.
The neuro-fuzzy approach has been used by many researchers and developed many fuzzy expert systems incorporating artificial intelligence to it.
Most expert systems are developed via specialized software tools--shells.
The few companies that remained, however, were smart enough to look for areas where automated expert systems would fit: the many areas and processes within companies where a system that has captured knowledge and decision-making processes could replace asking a live person.
DOCSHELL is the expert system interpreter that can be used for any planning process to produce any type of document.
In addition, prior research suggests that expert systems often fail to realize expected benefits (Gill 1996).
Some of those applications include speech recognition, autonomous guided vehicles, vision, robotic and machine tool control, planning and scheduling systems, and too-numerous-to-count domain-specific expert systems.
Expert systems are used fairly extensively in business.
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