Rule subsumption in object bases

Maurice Mulvenna, M. Murphy, J. G. Hughes

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Abstract

Coincident with the arrival of methodologies specific to knowledge based systems, there has been a realisation that such knowledge based systems frequently form part of larger information systems. Therefore, a single method for building general information systems that incorporates knowledge based components is preferable. The most popular methods in use today are based upon object-oriented modelling. In this paper, the technique of incorporating knowledge, in the form of subsumed rules as first class objects into object bases is introduced. Aspects of the research are examined using a simple prototype, while other issues pertaining to the research are presented.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 3rd World Congress on Expert Systems
EditorsJ. K. Lee, J. Liebowitz, Y. M. Chae
Place of PublicationSeoul, South Korea
Pages1106-1113
Publication statusPublished - 1996

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Knowledge based systems
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Keywords

  • knowledge based systems
  • knowledge engineering
  • knowledge modelling
  • rule subsumption
  • object-oriented
  • Computer Science
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Theory &amp
  • Methods
  • Engineering
  • Manufacturing
  • Medical Informatics

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Mulvenna, M., Murphy, M., & Hughes, J. G. (1996). Rule subsumption in object bases. In J. K. Lee, J. Liebowitz, & Y. M. Chae (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress on Expert Systems (pp. 1106-1113). Seoul, South Korea.
Mulvenna, Maurice ; Murphy, M. ; Hughes, J. G. / Rule subsumption in object bases. Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress on Expert Systems. editor / J. K. Lee ; J. Liebowitz ; Y. M. Chae. Seoul, South Korea, 1996. pp. 1106-1113
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Rule subsumption in object bases. / Mulvenna, Maurice; Murphy, M.; Hughes, J. G.

Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress on Expert Systems. ed. / J. K. Lee; J. Liebowitz; Y. M. Chae. Seoul, South Korea, 1996. p. 1106-1113.

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Mulvenna M, Murphy M, Hughes JG. Rule subsumption in object bases. In Lee JK, Liebowitz J, Chae YM, editors, Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress on Expert Systems. Seoul, South Korea. 1996. p. 1106-1113