This book offers a systematic approach to knowledge engineering problems. It gives a brief overview of knowledge engineering systems and environments, covering both classical and recent techniques of the design and evaluation of them. Detailed descriptions of particular techniques and applications are also provided.
KNOWBEL - a new tool for expert systems development, J. Mylopoulos et al; COOP - a self-assessment based approach to cooperating expert systems, S. Shekhar and C.V. Ramamoorthy; knowledge as a key component in intelligent information systems, M. Papazoglou; a data parallel shell for large knowledge basis, A.K. Bansal and J.L. Potter; a knowledge based approach for the specifications and analysis of real-time software systems, J. Tsai and H.C. Jang; a tool for knowledge case verification, D. Zhang; knowledge representation using semantics of semantic networks, A.V. Huldi; production rules and systems - a top-down construction of bottom-up inference, M. Perlin; and others.