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Feasibility analysis for Web project engineering encoded as rule-based expert system

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Gervas, P. ; Dpto. de Sistemas Informaticos y Prograrnacion, Complutense Univ., Madrid, Spain ; Otero, J.J.E.

The initial steps in carrying out a feasibility analysis for a Web project, based on information obtained interactively from a prospective client, are modelled as a rule-based expert system that draws on empirical formulas to provide a quantitative valuation of the clients replies. The model is centred in the pre-design phase, concerned in particular with ascertaining whether coherent aims, message, audience and services have been identified for the Web project. The model is constructed empirically by means of a knowledge acquisition process. The various data collected from the user are described, as well as the way in which these data are translated into quantitative values that subsequently play a role in the final diagnosis for the Web project. The system has been evaluated in two ways: system users were asked to provide feedback, and the experts who took part in the knowledge acquisition phase were asked to review system performance.

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Euromicro Conference, 2002. Proceedings. 28th

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