This article considers definitions and claims of Expert Systems ( ES) and analyzes them in view of traditional Information systems (IS). It is argued that the valid specifications for ES do not differ fran those for IS. Consequently the theoretical study and the practical development of ES should not be a monodiscipline. Integration of ES development in classical mathematics and computer science opens the door to existing knowledge and experience. Aspects of existing ES are reviewed from this interdisciplinary point of view.
|Place of Publication||Wageningen, The Netherlands|
|Publisher||Wageningen Agricultural University|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 1986|
|Publisher||Agricultural University Wageningen|