Artificial Intelligence And Expert Systems

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Systems Abstract:- Artificial Intelligence is a branch of science, which deals with helping machines, finds solutions to complex problems in a more human like fashion. Artificial Intelligence’s scientific goal is to understand intelligence by building computer programs that exhibit intelligent behavior. This paper presents some back ground and potential of Artificial Intelligence and its implementation in various fields. We discuss issues that have not been studied in detail with in the expert systems setting, yet are crucial for developing theoretical methods and computational architectures for automated reasons. The tools that are required to construct expert systems are discussed in detail Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems OBAID MIRZA, HABEEB, Introduction:- Artificial intelligence is the study of ideas to bring into being machines that respond to stimulation consistent with traditional responses from humans, given the human capacity for contemplation, judgment and intention. Each such machine should engage in critical appraisal and selection of differing opinions within itself. Produced by human skill and labor, these machines should conduct themselves in agreement with life, spirit and sensitivity, though in reality, they are imitations. An AI program that models the nuances of the human thought process or solves complicated real-world problems con be complex. Languages for building AI programs have the capacity to that take care of low level computing processes, thus allowing the developer to focus on requisite complexity. AI programs work with concepts expressed in words, phrases, or sentences. Therefore, the ability to handle symbolic data is an important feature .To develop an AI system, a programmer tries numerous ways of implementing each constituent function. Rather than go through a lengthy edit-compile-debug cycle to test each type or quantity of data that follows through a program, so they must adapt to fly. A language that incorporates flexible data structures allows this happen in an easy natural way. Many types of inference processes recur through out an Expert systems An expert system is an interactive computer-based decision tool that uses both facts and heuristics to solve difficult decision problems based on knowledge acquired from an expert. By definition, an expert system is a computer program that simulates the thought process of a human expert to solve complex decision problems in a specific domain. The growth of expert systems is expected to continue for several years. With the continuing growth, many new and exciting applications will emerge. An expert system operates as an interactive system that responds to questions, asks for clarification, makes recommendations, and generally aids the decision-making process. Expert systems provide expert advice and
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2011 for the course IT 113 taught by Professor F during the Spring '11 term at London Business School.

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