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Getting started on a new knowledge engineering project is a difficult and challenging task, even for those who have done it before. For those who haven't, the task can often prove impossible. One reason is that the requirements-oriented methods and intuitions learned in the development of other types of software do not carry over well to the knowledge(More)
Knowledge engineering suffers from a lack of formal tools for understanding domains of interest. Current practice relies on an intuitive, informal approach for collecting expert knowledge and formulating it into a representation scheme adequate for symbolic processing. Implicit in this process, the knowledge engineer formulates a model of the domain, and(More)
This paper discusses the current state of the art of industrial neurocomputing, and then speculates on its future. Three examples of commercial neuro-silicon are presented: the Adaptive Solutions CNAPS system, the Intel ETANN chip, and the Synaptics OCR chip. We then speculate on where commercial neurocomputing hardware is going. In particular we propose(More)
INKA is a natural language interface to facilitate knowledge acquisition during expert system development for electronic instrument trouble-thooting. The expert system design methodology develops a domain definition, called GLIB, in the form of a semantic grammar. This grammar format enables GLIB to be used with the INGLISH interface, which constrains users(More)
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