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The papers in this volume are the Application papers presented at ES98, the Eighteenth Annual International Conference of the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Expert Systems, held in Cambridge in December 1998. These papers continue to illustrate the maturity of AI as a commercially viable technology to solve real world problems. AI technology has enabled organisations to solve these problems and gain significant business benefits. This is the sixth volume in the Applications and Innovations in Expert Systems series. The series serves as a key reference as to what can be, and what has been, achieved using AI technology. The Technical Stream papers are published as a companion volume under the title Research and Development in Expert Systems XV.
|Statement||edited by Robert W. Milne, Ann L. Macintosh, Max Bramer|
|Contributions||Macintosh, Ann L., Bramer, Max|
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K. Li et al. / Expert Systems With Applications 61 () – capable of modelling nonlinear or extremely complex functions. Credit risk modeling is one of the main areas in accounting and ﬁnance which artiﬁcial intelligent technologies have been applied. The decision-making process integrates three purchasing forces: expert’s product informa-tion provided by mass media, subjective weights on product attributes assigned by individual consumers, and social inﬂuence (i.e., information delivered from a consumer’s neighbors who have already adopted Expert Systems with Applications 38 (
K. Omoteso/Expert Systems with Applications 39 () – four broad research areas which included software engineering, very large-scale integration, man–machine interfaces and intelli-gent knowledge-based systems (Connell, ). This leading re-. A.K. Kar / Expert Systems With Applications 59 () 20–32 21 Fig. 1. Development focus of bio-inspired algorithms. to focus on very limited and popular approaches, and therefore often “force-ﬁt”algorithms rather than exploring the most suitable one, based on the problem statement, due to limited awareness.
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EXPERT SYSTEMS (ESs) One of the largest areas of applications of artificial intelligence is in expert systems (ESs), or knowledge based systems as they are sometimes known. ESs have been successful largely because they restrict the field of interest to a narrowly defined area that can be naturally described by explicit verbal Size: KB.
an area of concern in aerospace systems. Related works This section presents some of the recent applications of intelli-gent systems to sensor fault management, as well as the most rel-evant aspects of the test stand used as testbed to collect data for baseline and Cited by: Keywords: Expert systems; Expert system methodologies; Expert system applications; Literature survey 1.
Introduction Expert systems (ES) are a branch of applied artiﬁcial intelligence (AI), and were developed by the AI community in the mids. The basic idea behind ES is simply that expertise, which is the vast body of task-speciﬁc. Ra et al.
/ Expert Systems With Applications () – vehicle. For example, when the vehicle is far from the host vehicle, the front part of the vehicle is mostly visible in the image; con- versely, when the vehicle is near the host vehicle, the side part of the vehicle is mostly visible.
EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS has an open access mirror journal, EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS: X. EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS is a refereed international journal whose focus is on exchanging information relating to expert and intelligent systems applied in industry, government, and universities worldwide.
John Durkin, Expert Systems: Catalog of Applications. Intelligent Computer Systems, Inc., Akron, OH, Expert Systems: introduction to first and second generation and hybrid knowledge base systems.
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Videos – Audioslides: CFinder: An Intelligent Key Concept Finder from Text for Ontology Development. Tutun et al. / Expert Systems With Applications 78 () – (ESALLOR) is proposed to deﬁne the best features for similarity function, and to ﬁnd the important key features (e.g., how impor- tant the features are shown for successful and interactive terror.
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A new spatial task (in blue) requests recent photos of a building at the indi- cated location. (WST), due to search friction issues (Kittur et al., ; Kulkarni et al., ). Expert Systems with Applications is a refereed journal, whose focus is on the exchange of information relating to expert systems applied in industry, government and universities worldwide.
14 Z. Wu et al. / Expert Systems With Applications 84 () 12–23 (Das & Martins, ).The earliest studies on multi-document summarization mainly focus on news documents, and there have been a number of good research results (Alguliev, Aliguliyev, & Isazade, ; Ferreira et al., ).File Size: 1MB.
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Research on other large expert systems continued through the late '70's across a range of application domains. These are now regarded as landmarks in the development of expert systems.nition systems.
2 I. Valavanis, D. Kosmopoulos/Expert Systems with Applications xxx () xxx–xxx ARTICLE IN PRESS Please cite this article in press as: Valavanis, I., & Kosmopoulos, D. Multiclass defect detection and classiﬁcation in weld radiographic images using geo-metric and texture features.
Aims & Scope of the Journal. Expert Systems With Applications is a refereed international journal whose focus is on exchanging information relating to expert and intelligent systems applied in industry, government, and universities worldwide. The thrust of the journal is to publish papers dealing with the design, development, testing, implementation, and/or management of expert and intelligent.