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expert system

n. Computers
A program that uses available information, heuristics, and inference to suggest solutions to problems in a particular discipline.

expert system

n
(Computer Science) a computer program that can offer intelligent advice or make intelligent decisions using rule-based programs

ex′pert sys′tem


n.
a computer program that imitates the functions of a human expert in a particular field, as in diagnosing a problem, by using logical operations to draw inferences from a stored body of specialized knowledge.
[1975–80]
Translations
expertní systém
système expert

expert system

n (Comput) → Expertensystem nt
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