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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.
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expert system

n
(Computer Science) a computer program that can offer intelligent advice or make intelligent decisions using rule-based programs
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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]
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Translations
expertní systém
système expert

expert system

n (Comput) → Expertensystem nt
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Broadly, the structure of the expert systems is composed of: a knowledge acquisition subsystem, responsible for the accumulation, transfer and transformation of knowledge base, from expert information; a knowledge base, which contains the knowledge used to understand, formulate and solve a problem; inference engine, consisting of techniques and algorithms that have the ability to draw conclusions; a user interface, used for communication between user and computer; and finally, an explanation subsystem used to justify the solution given by the system [7].
Usually a basic expert system is made up of 6 parts, which is composed of knowledge base, database, inference engine, explanation mechanism, knowledge acquisition mechanism and user interface (see Figure 2), and the knowledge base and inference engine are the core of it (Barrons, K.
* On an design level, expert systems are based on the principle of separating knowledge (knowledge base) from the program that work with it (inference engine) ;
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