Third special issue on knowledge discovery and business intelligence

By Cortez, P.; Santos, M.F.

Expert Systems



[Excerpt] Expert Systems were proposed in the mid 1970s (Arnott & Pervan, 2014) with the goal of building computerized systems that mimic human behavior to solve real-world tasks. Such systems were based on artificial intelligence (AI) techniques, typically by adopting explicit (human understandable) knowledge, extracted from domain experts (e.g. by using interviews) and that was stored in a knowledge base (Buchanan, 1986).


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