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Knowledge organization literature. Selected items

Your search for class 157 Computerisation of Thought Processes, Knowledge-Based Systems found the 11 items below.       [new search]

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52702007-0507knowledge-based systems 157
Chen, Z., Lu, K. A preprocess algorithm of filtering irrelevant information based on the minimum class difference (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge-based Systems, 19(2006)6, p.422-429.

7852knowledge-based systems 157
Al-Obeidat, Feras et al. Differential evolution for learning the classification method PROAFTN (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge-based systems, 23(2010)5, pp. 418-426.

104121994-0848knowledge-based systems 157
Rasmussen, J.; Goodstein, L.P.; Pejtersen, A.M.. Cognitive systems engineering (Lang.: eng). - Chichester, Sussex, Wiley & Sons, 1994. pp. 352. Cognitive systems engineering is the discipline underlying the design of computer-based information systems to support human work and endeavor. The book describes a cross-disciplinary framework for the integration of model concepts from many different disciplines, such as engineering, psychology, cognitive science, management science, information and computer-science. It is based on actual work performance in several domains.

108601990-0887knowledge-based systems 157
Cherkassky, V.; Vassilas, N., Wechsler, H. Semantic categorization using a hierachical associative memory (Lang.: eng). - In: Int.J.of Neural Networks.Vol.2.No.2-4.1991.p.101-114.

108611990-0888knowledge-based systems 157
Schuwer, R.V.; Kusters, R.J. Application areas and added value of knowledge base systems (Lang.: eng). - In: Inform.& Management.Vol.24.1993.p.83-92.

116201993-0887knowledge-based systems 157
Cherkassky, V.; Vassilas, N., Wechsler, H.. Semantic categorization using a hierachical associative memory (Lang.: eng). - In: Int.J.of Neural Networks. Vol. 2. No. 2-4. p.101-114.

116211993-0888knowledge-based systems 157
Schuwer, R.V.; Kusters, R.J.. Application areas and added value of knowledge base systems (Lang.: eng). - In: Inform.& Management. Vol. 24. p.83-92.

108591990-0886157, 715, 757
Special Issue: Case-based reasoning and its applications (Lang.: eng). - In: Expert Systems with Applicat.Vol.6.No.1.1993.p.1-104. The idea of Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) is to store experience as cases in a case base.When a new problem is encountered, the system uses memory of relevant past cases to interpret or solve the problem.As a result, the more cases the system stores the b etter it performs.This issue contains nine articles on CBR with a guest-editors note from Ting-Peng Liang and Efraim Turban

116191993-0886157, 715, 757
Special Issue: Case-based reasoning and its applications (Lang.: eng). - In: Expert Systems with Applicat.. Vol. 6. No. 1. p.1-104. The idea of Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) is to store experience as cases in a case base. When a new problem is encountered, the system uses memory of relevant past cases to interpret or solve the problem. As a result, the more cases the system stores the better it performs. This issue contains nine articles on CBR with a guest-editors note from Ting-Peng Liang and Efraim Turban.



Further items on this class as a particular theme

6431998-0020KM knowledge-based systems 149;157
Mak, B.; Lytinen, K. A model to access the behavioral impacts of consultative knowledge based systems (Lang.: ). In: Information Processing & Management 1997(33)4,p. 539-550.

10471998-0423reclassification problems knowledge-based systems 371;157
Hernándex, F., Agenjo, X. La utilización de sistemas basados en el conocimiento para la mejora de la calidad de la información bibliográfica [Using knowledge-based systems to improve the quality of bibliographic information] (Lang.: spa). In: Organización del Conociemto en Sistemas de Información y Documentación, 2(1997),p.223-224.


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