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CS226 Expert Systems Applications--Monte Zweben. Part 2.

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Title:
CS226 Expert Systems Applications--Monte Zweben. Part 2.
Author:
Zweben, Monte
Author (no Collectors):
Zweben, Monte
Corporate Author:
Stanford University. Computer Science Department
Description:
Expert Systems are the most important of the applications of Artificial Intelligence in the commercial and defense sectors. Topics: the rapid transition of the Expert System technology from laboratories to societal use; what is in an Expert System; what is Knowledge Engineering. Case studies of commercial application in: diagnosis and repair; interpretation of data; manufacturing planning and control; financial services; engineering design, etc. The sources of benefit from Expert Systems. The magnitude of these benefits. What an organization needs to do to realize the benefits. A "what" rather than a "how to build systems" orientation aimed for a broad interdisciplinary audience
Topic:
lectures, Computer science, Artificial intelligence, and Expert systems (Computer science)
Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 audio cassette
Publication Info:
Stanford (Calif.)
Date:
1994
Place created:
Stanford (Calif.)
Imprint:
Stanford (Calif.), 1994
Genre:
lectures
Series:
2005-071
Box:
72
Identifier:
SC0340_2005-101_b72_43
Location:
SC0340, Accession 2005-071, Box 72
Repository:
Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Collection:
Edward A. Feigenbaum papers, 1950-2007 (inclusive)