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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.
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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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There are three areas of importance to this proposal: expert systems, rules generation through decision trees, and graph pattern matching.
This section explores the basic properties and differences of multivalued logic models for handling uncertainty in expert systems.
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Several somewhat outdated review articles explored the development and application of expert systems in medicine in general [4, 10, 14].
Design and implementation of an expert interface system for integration of photogrammetric and Geographic Information Systems for intelligent preparation and structuring of spatial data, Expert Systems with Applications 37(12): 6-13.
In 1965, Feigenbaum joined the Stanford University computer science faculty, where he and Nobel laureate biologist Joshua Lederberg started the DENDRAL project, producing the world's first expert system.
Readsoft announced earlier this month it had agreed to pay up to an aggregate SEK60m (USD9m/EUR7m) for Expert Systems. The price consists of an initial consideration of SEK40m, which includes debt, and an additional amount of up to SEK20m, depending on the target's EBITDA level during the period from May this year to April 2014.
Readsoft announced earlier this month it had agreed to payA up to an aggregate SEK60m (USD9m/EUR7m)A for Expert Systems. The price consists of an initial consideration of SEK40m, which includes debt, and an additional amount of up to SEK20m, depending on the target's EBITDA level during the period from May this year to April 2014.
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