Failure Analysis of Information Systems: Reflections on the Use of Expert Systems in Information Systems
• The expert system as an information system that itself may fail, i. e., as a target.
• The expert system as an aid for the prevention and diagnosis of failures in information systems, i.e., as a tool.
KeywordsExpert System Failure Analysis Prior Analysis Reasoning Mechanism Symbolic Execution
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