Developing a Decision Support System for Personnel Disposition in a Garage—Experiences Using the KEE Shell
Expert system shells offer a number of advantageous features for programmers and knowledge engineers. Typical areas of application are fault diagnosis, data analysis, system configuration, product planning, etc.
A prototype of a decision support system (DSS) covering the area of personnel disposition has been developed at the Institut für Informatik. This task was selected as an example of an area where, typically, more traditional programming techniques are in use today.
A variety of sub-problems come up managing personnel disposition; some of them were tackled successfully with expert system tools, and we feel that knowledge representation techniques may also prove valuable for modeling tasks apart from the “typical” expert system applications.
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