A contextual approach for AI systems development
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.
- 1.“Knowledge formation through context formalization.” Computers and Artificial Intelligence, vol.8, no.4, 1989.Google Scholar
- 2.“Contextual Systems for Decision Making in Fuzzy Environments.” Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress of International Fuzzy Sets Association (IFSA), Brussels, Belgium, 1991.Google Scholar
- 3.“Contextual technology for supporting decision making.” Cybernetics and systems research'92, edited by R. Trappl, Proceedings of the 11-th European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research, Vienna, vol.1, 1992.Google Scholar
- 4.“Contextual method for decision making in medicine — case study: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).” Proceedings of the International Conference on Hypoxia and Perinatal Haemodynamics, Turku, Finland, 1992.Google Scholar
- 5.“Contextual Systems: Is it a way of a Universal Expert System development?” General Systems, New York, 1993 (in print).Google Scholar