Ch4TrueFalse2 - 1. An expert system's knowledge base is a...

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1. An expert system's knowledge base is a set of rules. Answer: True Difficulty level: Medium Page: 106 Response: An expert system uses a database, or knowledge base, that contains specific facts, rules to relate the facts, and user input to formulate recommendations and decisions. 2. Expert systems use fuzzy logic, which allows users to respond to questions in a very humanlike way. Answer: True Difficulty level: Medium Page: 106 Response: Expert systems do use fuzzy logic and allow users to respond to questions in a very humanlike way. 3. Fuzzy logic is the result of fuzzy thinking. Answer: False Difficulty level: Easy Page: 106 Response: Fuzzy logic is used by expert systems to allow users to respond by using qualitative terms. 4. ! Fuzzy logic uses values like bigger, smaller, and close. Answer: True Difficulty level: Medium Page: 106 Response: Fuzzy logic uses qualitative terms such as great, OK, bigger, smaller, and close. 5.
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