FGP: A Virtual Machine for Acquiring Knowledge from Cases

@inproceedings{Fertig1991FGPAV,
  title={FGP: A Virtual Machine for Acquiring Knowledge from Cases},
  author={Scott Fertig and David Gelernter},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={1991}
}
Large case databases are numerous and packed with information. The largest of them are potentially rich sources of domain knowledge. The FGP machine is a software architecture that can make this knowledge explicit and bring it to bear on classification and prediction problems. The architecture provides much of the functionality of traditional expert systems without requiring the system builder to pre-process the database into rules, frames, or any other fixed abstraction. Implementations of the… CONTINUE READING
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