Franz Barachini

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Although the technology of expert systems has been developed substantially during the past decade, there still seems to be relatively little application to time-critical problems because of their extensive computational requirements. One application area of particular interest is that of process control. Because this area requires real-time operation, the(More)
Although knowledge management techniques have been discussed and developed substantially during the last years, moderate success has been reported what measurable business results are concerned. We show how human information exchange can be mapped to investment processes of modern portfolio theory. We argue, that the presented theory is the major reason for(More)
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A major obstacle to the widespread use of expert systems in real-thne domains is the non-predictability of rule execution times. While some researchers have addressed the issue of optimizing response times through better algorithms or parallel hardware, there has been little research towards run-time guarantee for specific match algorithms. A widely used(More)