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Chapter 13 Advanced Intelligent Systems True-False Questions 1. In the core of the Intelligent Decision Support System (IDSS) used by the Department of Public Works is an intelligent technology called case-based reasoning (CBR), a technology which uses a repository of knowledge about historical problems, situations, actions, and solutions. Answer : True Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 576 2. Machine learning describes how a computer system learns from experience, and machine learning often utilizes historical cases. Answer : True Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 577 3. Machines learn in a manner similar to people. Answer : False Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 578 4. Unsupervised learning is a process of inducing knowledge from a set of observations. Answer : False Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 578 5. Inductive learning allows the computer to use historical cases to solve new problems. Answer : False Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 580 6. Case-based reasoning (CBR) is based on experience with similar situations, and the cases in case-based reasoning are usually derived from corporate legacy systems. Answer : True Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 580 7. The primary knowledge element in case-based reasoning is the rule base. Answer : False Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 581 8. A case in case-based reasoning is a combination of problem features and business actions associated with each situation. Answer : True Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 581 9. Case-based reasoning can be combined with other reasoning paradigms. Answer : True Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 584
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10. The quality of the results in case-based reasoning depends on the indexes used. Answer : True Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 584 11. Genetic algorithms learn by producing counterparts that are better and better as measured by a fitness-to-survive function. Such algorithms have been applied to problems like vehicle routing, bankruptcy prediction, and Web search. Answer : False Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 587 12. The parameters in genetic algorithm are dependent on the problem being solved and are usually determined by statistical formulas. Answer : False Difficulty : Easy Page Reference : 589 13. Most genetic algorithms rely on random number generator to produce different results. Answer : True Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 591 14. Genetic algorithms provide a set of domain-dependent search heuristics for various types of applications. Answer : False Difficulty : Moderate Page Reference : 592 15. Genetic algorithms can be used to solve business problems such as assembly-line balancing, facility layout, machine and job shop scheduling, creditworthiness determination, and aircraft design. Answer
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