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PROJECT REPORT ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE:- The branch of computer science dealing with the reproduction or mimicking of human-level thought in computers; The essential quality of a machine which thinks in a manner similar to or on the same general level as a human being. EXPERT SYSTEMS:- Early work in problem solving was the importance of domain-specific knowledge. A doctor, for example, is not effective at diagnosing illness solely because she possesses some general problem-solving skill; she is effective because she knows a lot about medicine. Expert knowledge is a combination of a theoretical understanding of the problem and a collection of heuristic problem-solving rules that experience has shown to be effective in the domain. Expert systems are constructed by obtaining this knowledge from a human expert and coding it into a form that a computer may apply to similar problems. This reliance on the knowledge of a human domain expert for the system's problem solving strategies is a major feature of expert systems. Although some programs are written in which the designer is also the source of the domain knowledge, it is far more typical to see such programs growing out of a collaboration between a domain expert such
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2010 for the course CS dt 3007 taught by Professor Hussain during the Spring '10 term at Aligarh Muslim University.

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