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An expert system is a class of computer programs developed by researchers in artificial intelligence during the 1970's and applied commercially throughout the 1980's.
Expert systems are notoriously narrow in their domain of knowledge - as an amusing example, a researcher used the "skin disease" expert system to diagnose his rustbucket car as likely to have developed measles, and thus prone to making errors that humans would easily spot.
When that type of expert system employs a single integrated Rulebase to diagnose the minimum system configuration of the data processing system, much of the Rulebase is not required since many of the components which are optional units of the system will not be present in the system.
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 What is expert system? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
For example, there are expert systems that can diagnose human illnesses, make financial forecasts, and schedule routes for delivery vehicles.
Some expert systems are designed to take the place of human experts, while others are designed to aid them.
Expert systems are part of a general category of computer applications known as artificial intelligence.
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 Encyclopedia Galactica - Fe to Fh - Human (Anglic) Revised 351st Edition
It led to the greatest single age of exploration the human race had known, as increasingly sophisticated starships were sent out in all directions to colonise the universe.
Despite frequent minor tensions, growing persecution of empaths, and some rather nasty mercentile warfare among megacorporations fighting over resources in some of the newly colonised star systems, this was a period of peace and co-operation, in marked contrast to the warlike periods that preceeded and would follw it.
Originally an open source, typically overengineered expert system released and supported by the Feynman Re-Creation Society in 157 a.t.; later an AI Clade
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 onasian.com - Important information on expert system   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Expert System รจ azienda leader in tecnologie linguistiche applicate a eCRM, Knowledge Management...
Reuters - Tuzhillin, an expert in Internet marketing, said in the report that his investigations were hampered by a lack of hard data to verify the exact scope of the problem or what measures Google is taking to combat click fraud abuses of its system.
An expert system also known as a knowledge based system, is a computer program that contains some of the subject-specific knowledge of one or more human experts.
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 Production First Software Encyclopedia of Typography and Electronic Communication : E
This may be achieved by using desktop systems with relatively simple software (so called desktop publishing) or by using proprietary systems or more complex and precise software on typical microcomputer workstations with standard operating systems.
The distinction is that the term « monospaced » refers to character advance width (which includes side bearings), whereas the term « even-width » applies to the glyph width (which excludes side bearings).
even-width proportions or even-width proportioning system A proportioning theory or rule where most letterforms are based on combinations of simple figures (ovals, rectangles, trapezoids, and triangles) in both one-component and two-component arrangements which allow most Uppercase letterforms to appear approximately equal width.
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