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Singla, Vinod; Garg, Upasna; Kaur, Mandeep (2013)
Publisher: Journal of Engineering Computers & Applied Sciences
Journal: Journal of Engineering Computers & Applied Sciences
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Computer Sciences, logic programming in Events, Events knowledge representation, expert systems, theorem proving.
A Prolog expert system (APES) supporting querying and extending the knowledge base from a command-line interface using a format oriented on natural language, with the aim of being maintainable by the domain expert (i.e. without requiring programming skills). The system will search the rules and facts in the knowledge base and request missing facts from the user. When a solution is found, the inference that lead to the conclusion (i.e. the used rules and facts) and additional solutions can be displayed. The knowledge is represented in text files containing Prolog predicates with defined operators to make it a domain-specific language which is not too far from the actual input format, making it maintainable by the domain expert without requiring Prolog or general programming skills. This leads to the core idea and goal.
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