Expert Systems and Probabilistic Network Models by Enrique Castillo

By Enrique Castillo

Synthetic intelligence and professional platforms have visible loads of study in recent times, a lot of which has been dedicated to tools for incorporating uncertainty into types. This publication is dedicated to offering an intensive and updated survey of this box for researchers and scholars.

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Rule 3: If A = F, then B = T. • Rule 4: If A = F, then B = F. Then, one can reach the following conclusions: 1. 8, for A they produce no (contradictory) conclusions. = F, 2. 9. 3. 10. • Note that a set of rules may be coherent, yet some sets of object-values may produce inconsistent conclusions. These sets are called infeasible values. For example, Rules 1-2 are coherent, yet they produce inconsistent conclusions in all cases where A = T. Then the coherence control subsystem should 50 2. Rule-Based Expert Systems Objects A T T F F B T F T F Conclusions Contradictory Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 Rule 4 Conclusions?

Then - PreviousGoals = {J}. - One of the nonflagged objects H and I is chosen as the current goal object. Suppose H is chosen. 15. An example illustrating the goal-oriented rule chaining algorithm without the Modus Tollens strategy. The nodes with known values are shaded, the goal object is circled, and the number inside a node indicates the order in which the node is visited. Object H is flagged. Thus, FlaggedObjects = {G, L, J, H}. Go to Step 2. • Step 2. We look for an active rule that includes the current goal object H but not the previous goal object J.

Then, one can reach the following conclusions: 1. 8, for A they produce no (contradictory) conclusions. = F, 2. 9. 3. 10. • Note that a set of rules may be coherent, yet some sets of object-values may produce inconsistent conclusions. These sets are called infeasible values. For example, Rules 1-2 are coherent, yet they produce inconsistent conclusions in all cases where A = T. Then the coherence control subsystem should 50 2. Rule-Based Expert Systems Objects A T T F F B T F T F Conclusions Contradictory Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 Rule 4 Conclusions?

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