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On Some Inferences Based on Stratified Forward Chaining: An Application to E-Government

  • El-Hassan Bezzazi

This paper is twofold. It introduces first an expert system shell whose inference engine is based on stratified forward chaining presented in detail in the paper [1]. The stratified forward chaining (hereafter sfc) was proposed as a generalization for the inheritance networks with exception since it allows more than one antecedent in the premises part of a rule.

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Propositional Logic Inference Engine Deontic Logic Light Press Initial Fact 
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  • El-Hassan Bezzazi
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  1. 1.IREENATUniversity of LilleFrance

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