A Strategy of Knowledge Elicitation for the Monitoring and Control of Industrial Processes
An understanding of how the skilled process operator maintains stability in an industrial process is important for the effective monitoring and control of that process. Techniques of knowledge elicitation, developed for use in both the training and expert systems areas will be discussed with reference to the development of process models. The techniques will be illustrated with applications in the plastics and brewing industries.
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