Simulation of a Complex Biotechnological Process Using an Object-Oriented Knowledge-Based System
A novel approach is presented for the use of object-oriented knowledge-based systems as a framework for building computer integrated bioprocess engineering software. The features of object- oriented programming for the simulation of complex systems are demonstrated on an example of the simulation of ethanol plant using the real-time expert system shell G2.
KeywordsExpert System Object Definition Total Fermentable Sugar Integrate Process Engineering Improve Process Design
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