Expert systems: artificial intelligence in business

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J. Wiley, 1985 - Computers - 283 pages
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Looks how expert systems solve problems, represent knowledge, and draw inferences, describes specific systems of artificial intelligence, and identifies the markets for expert systems

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Representing Knowledge

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Paul Harmon is the editor of the "Component Development Strategies" newsletter & Senior Consultant with the Cutter Consortium. He has coauthored many books, including "Understanding UML: The Developer's Guide", "The Object Technology Casebook" (Wiley), & the international bestseller "Expert Systems: Artificial Intelligence for Business" (Wiley).

During the past three decades, author and photo-historian David King has assembled the world's largest archive of doctored photographs, posters, and painting from the Soviet era. King began his collection during a trip to Russia in 1970, when he discovered that thousands of images of Stalin's victims had been lost to posterity--either by design or neglect. His collection has grown to more than a quarter million images, the best of which have been selected for "The Commissar Vanishes,"

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