Lecture 22-Expert Systems

Lecture 22-Expert Systems - Expert Systems Helping Us Do A...

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Expert Systems Helping Us Do A Better Job
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Expert Systems Expert systems are computer hardware and software that attempt to duplicate the decision making processes used by seasoned/skilled investigators…in the analysis of evidence and in the recognition of patterns in the evidence.
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Expert Systems Based on information derived from: Development of Integrated Criminal Justice Expert System Applications Kevin J. Lynch, M.S., Artificial Intelligence Group Management Information Systems Department University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona Frank J. Rodgers, B.S. Latent Print Section Supervisor Laboratory Bureau Phoenix Police Department Phoenix, Arizona http://ai.bpa.arizona.edu/go/datawarehousing/publications/develop/developm.html
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Development of Integrated Criminal Justice Expert System Applications Expert systems are frequently termed "knowledge- based" systems. Expert systems are computer programs that perform at the level of a human expert, typically in a `narrow' field. For instance, an expert system
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