Using Prototypical Knowledge in Classification-Based Expert Systems

  • Jean-Marc David
  • Jean-Paul Krivine
  • Jean-Pierre Tiarri
  • Benoit Ricard


Heuristic classification [7] is characterized by an inference structure that relates data to a preenumerated set of solution by abstraction, heuristic association, and refinement. Most of diagnosis expert systems are classification-based systems.


Expert System Knowledge Acquisition Recognition Process Prototype Model Turbine Generator 
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  • Jean-Marc David
  • Jean-Paul Krivine
  • Jean-Pierre Tiarri
  • Benoit Ricard

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