An Experimental Comparison of Knowledge Representation Schemes

Kiyoshi Niwa, Koji Sasaki, Hirokazu Ihara

Abstract


Many techniques for representing knowledge have been proposed, but there have been few reports that compare their application. This article presents an experimental comparison of four knowledge representation schemes: a simple production system, a structured production system. A frame system, and a logic system. We built four pilot expert systems to solve the same problem: risk management of a large construction project. Observations are made about hoe the structure of the domain knowledge affects the implementation of expert systems and their run time efficiency.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1609/aimag.v5i2.435

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