The Knowledge-Based Expert System: A Tutorial

@article{HayesRoth1984TheKE,
  title={The Knowledge-Based Expert System: A Tutorial},
  author={Frederick Hayes-Roth},
  journal={Computer},
  year={1984},
  volume={17},
  pages={11-28}
}
Knowledge-based expert systems, or knowledge systems for short, employ human knowledge to solve problems that ordinarily require human intelligence.1 Knowledge systems represent and apply knowledge electronically. In the future, these capabilities will ultimately make knowledge systems vastly more powerful than the earlier technologies for storing and transmitting knowledge, books and conventional programs. These earlier storage and transmission technologies suffer from fundamental limitations… CONTINUE READING
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