A contextual approach for AI systems development
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 695)
The method of context formalization based on fuzzy sets theory is suggested. This leads to the development of contextual systems for flexible decision-making in fuzzy environments. Contextual systems have the following features:
automatic knowledge generation;
knowledge interpretation and translation from one context to another;
problem solving in a space of contexts.
The example of application (investigation of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) is presented.
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