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Structure of Expert Systems

This tutorial looks at the different components of an expert system and how they interact to process information. Processing relates to how data is manipulated.


This material addresses aspects of the following syllabus outcomes:

H1.2 explains and justifies the way in which information systems relate to information processes in a specific context
H2.1 analyses and describes a system in terms of the information processes involved

Extract from Stage 6 Information Processes and Technology Syllabus © Board of Studies NSW 2007.

Structure of expert systems

The components of expert systems identified in the syllabus are:

The diagram below shows how these components interact to provide solutions for problems requiring a high level of expertise in a specific domain.

Expert diagram

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