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Chapter 6: Design of Expert Systems Expert Systems: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition
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Expert Systems: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition 2 Considerations when Building an Expert system We will describe the necessary prerequisites when building an expert system. The system should be a quality product. The development should be cost effective and timely. Designing of expert systems of part of a general field known as Knowledge Management (KM).
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Expert Systems: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition 3 Selecting the Appropriate Problem We need to answer the questions, “Why are we building this expert system?”. Intellectual Property Agreement must be considered Clearly identify the problem Clearly identify the expert Clearly identify the users We need to know the payoff – money, efficiency, etc.
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Expert Systems: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition 4 Selecting the Appropriate Problem What tools will be available to build the expert system? Check the Web for applications in existence Know the language necessary to create a semantic net of relationships on which the system will be based How much will the expert system cost? A function of people, resources, time, etc. How available is the knowledge?
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Expert Systems: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition 5 Figure 6.1 Project Management Tasks
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Expert Systems: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition 6 Stages in the Development How will the system be developed? This will depend on the resources provided Stages: 1. Feasibility Study – see if the project is feasible 2. Rapid Prototype – demonstrate ideas / impress 3. Refined System – verification by knowledge engineers 4. Field Testable – system tested by selected users
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Expert Systems: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition 7 Stages in the Development 1. Commercial quality system – validation / testing 2. Maintenance and evolution – repair bugs, enhance capabilities
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Expert Systems: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition 8 Other Considerations How will the system be delivered? Should be considered in earliest stages of
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