Inductive acquisition of expert knowledge

@inproceedings{Muggleton1986InductiveAO,
  title={Inductive acquisition of expert knowledge},
  author={Stephen Muggleton},
  year={1986}
}
Expert systems divide neatly into two categories: those in which ( 1) the expert decisions result in changes to some external environment (control systems), and (2) the expert decisions merely seek to describe the environment (classification systems). Both the explanation of computer-based reasoning and the "bottleneck" (Feigenbaum, 1979) of knowledge acquisition are major issues in expert systems research. We have contributed to these areas of research in two ways. Firstly, we have implemented… CONTINUE READING

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