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Control Strategies to Ground an Expert System

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  • Lecturer dr. eng. Mironela Pirnau
  • Prof. Gheorghe Lapadatu

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The study presents the possibility to use the forward, backward and joint control strategies, for the knowledge basis, by an expert system inference motive. The practice showed that the expert system is able to emulate the judgment types used by the people (through analogy, formal and methodological). Due to the lack of the standardization in this field there are more tackling for the model of the expert system development process. The expert systems ground consists in the giving off phase development: project starting, analysis and projecting, rapid standardization, development, application and fast application. The information within this work can be applied in both business and financial domains.

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  • Lecturer dr. eng. Mironela Pirnau & Prof. Gheorghe Lapadatu, 2009. "Control Strategies to Ground an Expert System," European Research Studies Journal, European Research Studies Journal, vol. 0(4), pages 37-46.
  • Handle: RePEc:ers:journl:v:xii:y:2009:i:4:p:37-46
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