Expert systems are computer programs which specialize in answering questions and solving problems concerning a particular domain. The questions asked and problems to be solved are of such a degree of difficulty that they require expert knowledge.
KeywordsProcess Control Expert System Chemical Plant Reasoning Process Inference Engine
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