CS62S Expert Systems
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October 4

Introduction to knowledge-based systems

Knowledge-based Structure

  1. A causal knowledge-driven inference engine for expert system, Kun Chang Lee; Hyun Soo Kim; Proceedings of the Thirty-First Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Volume: 5 , 6-9 Jan. 1998 Pages:284 - 293 (Anderson, Charles)
  2. KASER: a qualitatively fuzzy object-oriented inference engine, Rubin, S.H.; Rush, R.J., Jr.; Murthy, J.; Smith, M.H.; Trajkovic, L.; Fuzzy Information Processing Society, Proceedings. NAFIPS. 2002 Annual Meeting of the North American, 27-29 June 2002 Pages:354 – 359 (Green)

October 7

Paper presentation

Rule-based reasoning

  1. Rule-based Systems, Frederick Hayes-Roth, Communications of the ACM, Volume 28 Issue 9, September 1985  (Beckford)
  2. Fuzzy rule-based expert system for power system fault diagnosis, Monsef, H.; Ranjbar, A.M.; Jadid, S.; IEE Proceedings- Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Volume: 144 , Issue: 2 , March 1997 Pages:186 - 192 (Barham)

October 11

Paper presentation

Rule-based reasoning

Expert systems life cycle

  1. A Rete-based integration of forward and backward chaining inferences, Lee, Y.H.; Yoo, S.I.; 1995., Proceedings of the 1995 IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Control, 27-29 Aug. 1995 Pages:611 – 616 (Hyde)
  2. Developing knowledge-based systems: reorganizing the system development life cycle, Communications of the ACM, Volume 32 ,  Issue 4, April 1989, Pages: 482 - 488   (Ferguson)

October 14

Paper presentation

Feasibility Analysis

Requirements specification and design

  1. Producing consistent specifications for a shipping expert system, Wergeland, T.H.; Vermesan, A.; 1995. Proceedings., 11th Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Applications, 20-23 Feb. 1995, Pages:210 – 216 (Cotterell)
  2. Knowledge specification of an expert system, Slagle, J.R.; Gardiner, D.A.; IEEE Expert,  Volume: 5 , Issue: 4 , Aug. 1990 Pages:29 - 38  (Lemard)

October 20 (Wed)

Paper presentation

CLIPS presentation (Dockery)

Uncertainty management

Deadline for project topic approval

  1. Knowledge representation and uncertainty management: applying Bayesian belief networks to a safety assessment expert system, Guo, B.; Proceedings 2003 International Conference on Natural Language Processing and Knowledge Engineering , 2003., 26-29 Oct. 2003, Pages:114 – 119 (Ebanks)
  2. A comparison of the manipulation of certainty factors by individuals and expert system shells, Kopcso, D.; Pipino, L.; Rybolt, W.;System Sciences, 1988. Vol.III. Proceedings of the Twenty-First Annual Hawaii International Conference on Decision Support and Knowledge Based Systems Track, Volume: 3 , 5-8 Jan. 1988, Pages:181 – 188 (Morrison, R)

 

October 21

Paper presentation

Knowledge acquisition and system implementation

  1. Knowledge acquisition for expert systems: some pitfalls and suggestions,Forsythe, D.E.; Buchanan, B.G.; Systems, Man and Cybernetics, IEEE Transactions on , Volume: 19 , Issue: 3 , May-June 1989, Pages:435 – 442 (Simmonds)
  2. Knowledge acquisition: issues, techniques, and methodology, Proceedings of the 1990 ACM SIGBDP conference on Trends and directions in expert systems, Orlando, Florida, Pages: 212 – 236,  1990 (Chevannes)

 

October 25

Paper presentation

Practical considerations in knowledge acquisition

  1. Interview-based knowledge acquisition using dynamic analysis, Kawaguchi, A.; Motoda, H.; Mizoguchi, R.; IEEE Expert, Volume: 6 , Issue: 5 , Oct. 1991, Pages:47 – 60 (Brown)
  2. Experts' estimation of uncertain quantities and its implications for knowledge acquisition, Mullin, T.M.; IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Volume: 19 , Issue: 3, May-June 1989, Pages:616 – 625 (Whyte)

 

October 28

Paper presentation

Verification and validation

  1. Software certification for industry-verification and validation issues in expert systems, Vermesan, A.I.; 1998. Proceedings. Ninth International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications, , 26-28 Aug. 1998, Pages:3 – 14 (Morrison, W)
  2. Developing a strategy for expert system verification and validation, Sunro Lee; O'Keefe, R.M.; IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Volume: 24 , Issue: 4 , April 1994, Pages:643 – 655  (Smith) 

November 1

Paper presentation

Knowledge representation schemes

  1. Object-oriented programming and frame-based knowledge representation, Rathke, C.; TAI '93. Proceedings. Fifth International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, 8-11 Nov. 1993, Pages:95 – 98 (Walter)
  2. Using semantic networks for knowledge representation in an intelligent environment, Peters, S.; Shrobe, H.E.; Proceedings of the First IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, 23-26 March 2003, Pages:323 – 329 (Bryan) 

November 4

Paper presentation

Advanced reasoning techniques

  1. Model-based diagnosis or reasoning from first principles, Peischl, B.; Wotawa, F.; Intelligent Systems, IEEE [see also IEEE Expert] , Volume: 18 , Issue: 3, May-June 2003, Pages:32 – 37 (Scarlett)
  2. Case based reasoning, Xu, L.D.; Potentials, IEEE , Volume: 13 , Issue: 5, Dec. 1994-Jan. 1995, Pages:10 – 13 (Tate)
  3. Using qualitative reasoning for diagnostic applications,
    Price, C.; Hunt, J.; Expert Systems for Fault Diagnosis in Engineering Applications, IEE Colloquium on , 20 Apr 1989, Pages:8/1 - 8/3 (Stewart)

November 8

Paper presentation

Advanced reasoning techniques (cont.)

Legal Issues

 

November 11

Project presentation

Project due

 

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