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Intelligent Systems Design: Integrating Expert Systems, Hypermedia, and Database Technologies (Wiley Professional Computing)

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Intelligent systems can take many forms. Natural-language translation systems, computer chess games, robotics applications, vision- and speech-recognition systems, neural networks, and knowledge-based or expert systems are all special types of intelligent systems. What each of these systems offers to a varying degree is the ability to represent artificially the human mind at work. In attempting to replicate human intelligence, these programs often strive to manipulate vast amounts of information, to offer some degree of problemsolving ability, and to augment a human's ability to connect both information and concepts in nonlinear ways.

In this book, we focus primarily on intelligent systems that are based on the integration of expert systems, hypermedia, and data-base technologies, for together they offer a rich environment for creating computer applications that can increase productivity enormously and act as intelligent assistants. Furthermore, though hypermedia and expert systems technologies date back thirty or more years as independent technologies, it has only been in the last two or three years that their paths have fully converged, offering system developers a flexible environment that takes advantage of existing information and data. In Appendix A we describe a brief history of how expert systems and hypermedia evolved independently and then finally merged in the mid-1980s.
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