Expert systems : principles and programming / by Joseph Giarratano, Gary Riley.

By: Giarratano, Joseph CContributor(s): Riley, Gary, 1962-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Boston : PWS Pub. Co., c1998Edition: 3rd edDescription: xvi, 597 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. + 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.)ISBN: 0534950531 (hbk)Subject(s): Expert systems (Computer science)DDC classification: 006.33 Summary: The book is divided into two parts : theory in Chapters 1-6, and programming in chapters 7-12. The first part comprises the theory behind expert systems and how this fits into the scope of computer science. While a previous course in AI is helpful, this book provides a self-contained introduction to AI topics that are appropriate for expert systems. The second part is an introduction to the CLIPS expert system tool.--The CD-ROM includes the complete source code to the CLIPS language. PC and Macintosh executables, reference manuals and example programs.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The book is divided into two parts : theory in Chapters 1-6, and programming in chapters 7-12. The first part comprises the theory behind expert systems and how this fits into the scope of computer science. While a previous course in AI is helpful, this book provides a self-contained introduction to AI topics that are appropriate for expert systems. The second part is an introduction to the CLIPS expert system tool.--The CD-ROM includes the complete source code to the CLIPS language. PC and Macintosh executables, reference manuals and example programs.

System requirements for accompanying computer disc: Mac/PC/Unix.

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