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SADI: a case study of a knowledge-based advisory system in a safety critical domain

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4 Author(s)
Fox, D.St.J. ; Portsmouth Univ., Sch. of Civil Eng., UK ; Butler, J.E. ; Kispal, J.A. ; Bramer, M.A.

New and proposed legislation is having a major effect on the management of health and safety within the construction industry. When carrying out and planning activities on-site, considerable expertise is required to ensure that the work is done safely, and a thorough knowledge and understanding of the relevant legislative documentation is necessary. A prototype computer system has been built to assist those responsible for safety management. As much of the knowledge about safe working is possessed by experienced engineers, a framework has been constructed which allows this expertise to be encoded as rules within a knowledge-based system. Where the actions that may be taken are constrained by legislation, rules are placed within the knowledge-base to reflect these constraints. The advise is presented to the user in its most appropriate format, textual, colour graphic images or video. A textual `Advise Notes' document is generated during interaction with the system, which the user may print out. As the body of legislative documents form a valuable source of safety advise, these are included within the system in a hypertext viewing environment

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Knowledge-Based Systems for Safety Critical Applications, IEE Colloquium on

Date of Conference:

1994

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