Artificial Intelligence Techniques for the European Reliability Data System (ERDS)
The paper discusses two different attempts to use artificial intelligence (A.I.) techniques in the field of reliability data bases.
KeywordsData Bank Intelligent Interface Data Base Management System Natural Language Interface Technical User Interface
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