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Proposing Expert System Projects

  • S. David Hu

Abstract

Expert system projects are most likely to be proposed by senior software engineers, software project leaders, and software managers who understand all aspects of expert systems. The initiation of an expert project is a time-consuming effort and requires a thorough examination and careful planning. This chapter discusses proposing an expert system project, Chapter 9 focuses on the rapid-prototyping of expert systems, and Chapter 10 covers the refining and delivering of expert systems.

Keywords

Expert System Project Leader Middle Management Downside Risk Knowledge Engineer 
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© Baldur Systems Corporation 1987

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  • S. David Hu

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