Theoretical Approach to Knowledge Acquisition and Knowledge Representation in CAPP Expert Systems
Developments in artificial intelligence (AI) and knowledge engineering have led to task-oriented products and the so-called expert systems. Different methods of building expert systems have been proposed . The task-oriented approach offers expert systems in very different areas of human activities of which those in engineering are of special interest at the present time.
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