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Building a composite syntax for expert system shells

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2 Author(s)
Johnson, Verlyn M. ; IBM Corp., Rochester, MN, USA ; Carlis, J.V.

The authors examine the syntactic similarities and differences of five expert system shell production-rule languages. To help knowledge engineers manage information, they develop a composite production-rule syntax that provides a common language for defining production rules. The expert system shells are the: Integrated Reasoning Shell (TIRS); Expert System Environment (ESE), KnowledgeTool; Knowledge Engineering Environment (KEE); and Official Production System Version 5 (OPS5)

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IEEE Expert  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 6 )