Maintaining Diagnostic Knowledge-Based Systems: A Control-Theoretic Approach

@article{Bensoussan2009MaintainingDK,
  title={Maintaining Diagnostic Knowledge-Based Systems: A Control-Theoretic Approach},
  author={A. Bensoussan and Radha V. Mookerjee and V. Mookerjee and W. Yue},
  journal={Manag. Sci.},
  year={2009},
  volume={55},
  pages={294-310}
}
Diagnostic knowledge-based systems are used in a variety of application domains to support classification decisions. The effectiveness of such systems often decreases as the application environment or user preferences change over time. Hence, frequent adjustments to the system knowledge by a human expert become necessary. We study the problem of determining the optimal amount of effort that should be exerted to maintain the system over a planning horizon (finite or infinite). Using the receiver… Expand
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