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    Title: 整合型黑板式專家系統在結構設計與分析上之應用
    Authors: 王人牧
    Contributors: 淡江大學土木工程學系
    Keywords: 知識庫專家系統;結構設計;黑板式專家系統架構
    Date: 1994-11
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 10:29:53 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:中華民國結構工程學會
    Abstract: 傳統之專家系統根據整理歸納後的經驗法則以法則式推理來運作,然而經驗豐富
    的工程師運用其專業知識和從業經驗,常根據過去遭遇的案例以類比思考之方式從事
    結構設計分析。本篇論文探討如何以黑板式專家系統架構來整合法則式推理與案例式
    推理,並將其應用於結構設計與分析。
    In general, rule-based reasoning in knowledge-based (expert) systems depends on heuristic
    and causal rules, and case-based reasoning makes inference based directly on individual
    past experience Expert designers have traditionally used both types of inferences to
    improve design productivity and quality. Recent knowledge-based systems for structural design
    have focused on abstract reasoning rules for designing Great strides have been made in
    that area, but little has been done in case-based design. This paper describes a prototype
    knowledge-based structural design system that integrates rule-based and case-based reasoning using
    a blackboard model
    Relation: 中華民國第二屆結構工程研討會暨國科會工程處結構工程專題研究成果研討會論文集(二)=Proceedings of the second National Conference on Structural Engineering,頁496-504
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