English | InTeOp | 2012 | ISBN: 9535108883 9789535108887 | 128 pages | PDF | 11 MB
This book is about the systems that are based on expert knowledge, on any subject, in order to emulate human expertise in the specific field.
Intelligent systems, known as expert systems, serve to this purpose in the extent that they have signed as facilitators in this process.
To obtain this knowledge, the knowledge engineers, also called software engineers, need to develop methodologies for intelligent systems. In this area there is still no unified methodology that provides effective methods, notations and tools to aid in development.
Section 1: Industrial Applications
1 Intelligent Systems for the Detection of Internal Faults in Power Transmission Transformers
2 Electric Power System Operation Decision Support by Expert System Built with Paraconsistent Annotated Logic
Section 2: Research Applications
3 Neural Networks and Decision Trees For Eye Diseases Diagnosis
4 Heuristics for User Interface Design in the Context of Cognitive Styles of Learning and Attention Deficit Disorder
5 Neuro-Knowledge Model Based on a PID Controller to Automatic Steering of Ships