A knowledge acquisition tool for decision support systems
A non-deterministic tabular representation for decision-making criteria is described and related to decision trees and production rules. Its advantages as a knowledge acquisition tool are discussed and illustrated in the context of prototyping an electronic assistant for steel production planners.
KeyphrasesDecision Support Systems Expert Systems
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