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Real-Time Expert Systems Computer Architecture

by R.F. Hodson

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Expert systems and real-time systems technology have been developed independently. Expert systems have been successfully implemented in many complex applications traditionally performed by human experts. Real-time systems have been successfully applied in areas requiring interaction with dynamic environments, control and monitoring applications for example. Merging these two technologies will yield intelligent systems capable of interacting with complex dynamic environments, an area in which human operators exhibit poor productivity, due to cognitive overload.… (more)
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Expert systems and real-time systems technology have been developed independently. Expert systems have been successfully implemented in many complex applications traditionally performed by human experts. Real-time systems have been successfully applied in areas requiring interaction with dynamic environments, control and monitoring applications for example. Merging these two technologies will yield intelligent systems capable of interacting with complex dynamic environments, an area in which human operators exhibit poor productivity, due to cognitive overload.

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