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Verifying and validating personal computer-based expert systems

Terry Bahill

Verifying and validating personal computer-based expert systems

by Terry Bahill

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Published by Prentice Hall in Englewood Cliffs, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Expert systems (Computer science) -- Verification.,
  • Expert systems (Computer science) -- Validation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 142-146) and index.

    StatementA. Terry Bahill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.76.E95 B25 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 205 p. :
    Number of Pages205
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1884717M
    ISBN 100139574573
    LC Control Number90045661

      Verifying process includes checking documents, design, code and program It is a dynamic mechanism of testing and validating the actual product It does involve executing the code Difference Between Verification and Validation with Example. We’re almost done with this world wind tour of software verification and validation. There’s just one more point to cover – checklists. As accomplished surgeon Atul Gawande notes in his book, “The Checklist Manifesto,” check lists are one of the best ways to improve performance.

    Most definitions of an expert system include some reference to the ability of the system to perform at a level close to human expert performance. Yet the validation of expert systems, that is, the testing of systems so as to ascertain that they achieve an acceptable level of performance, has (with a few exceptions) been ad-hoc, informal, and in some cases of dubious value. @article{osti_, title = {Guidelines for the verification and validation of expert system software and conventional software: Survey and assessment of conventional software verification and validation methods. Volume 2}, author = {Mirsky, S M and Groundwater, E H and Hayes, J E and Miller, L A}, abstractNote = {By means of a literature survey, a comprehensive set of methods was identified.

    Verify Account in Real Time ACHWorks Account Verification is a fast and easy way to verify bank accounts in real time, providing various levels of information contributed directly from financial institutions as well as multiple other sources. Now you can make an informed decision when accepting a check or ACH as a payment option. The service is available as an independent program, a web. If you get any of the good texts on AI, there will be a section on expert systems; you can, if forced, work it out from there and implement your own. The basic idea is really fairly simple: you have a collection of rules in "if-then" form that represent inferences, or4 implications.


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Verifying and validating personal computer-based expert systems by Terry Bahill Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bahill, Terry. Verifying and validating personal computer-based expert systems. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, © Verification, Validation, and Testing of Engineered Systems aids systems and test engineers as well as first- and second-line managers working in systems development and manufacturing industries, civilian agencies, or the military.

It can be used as a textbook in graduate-level courses in systems, electrical, aerospace, mechanical, and industrial engineering/5(7). The most difficult tasks in expert system design are verification, validation and testing.

Traditional techniques for these tasks require the knowledge engineer to work through the knowledge base and the human expert to run many test cases on the expert system. This consumes a great deal of time and does not guarantee finding all by: 7. In a typical expert system verification is done first, then validation, and finally testing.

Verification is the process of assuring completeness, consistency and. The goal of EVA is to build an integrated set of generic tools to validate any knowledge-based system written in any expert system shell such as ART, CLIPS, OPS5, KEE and : Barbro Back.

Abstract. Assuring the quality of an expert system is critical. A poor quality system may make costly errors resulting in considerable damage to the user or owner of the system, such as financial loss or human suffering.

Hence verification and validation, methods and techniques aimed at ensuring quality, are fundamentally by: EXPERT SYSTEM VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION 2. VERIFICATION, VALIDATION AND SYSTEM QUALITY A hierarchic view of system quality Verification is defined by Adrion et al.

() as 'the demonstration of the consistency, completeness and correctness of the software'; as noted by O'Keefe. Expert system verification and validation: a survey and tutorial. methods and techniques for verifying and validating expert systems.

Approaches to defining the quality of a system are. an expert system on a theory is an efficient approach to developing such a system.

Lack of a theory base has resulted in the failure of at least one system [48]. Validation. analyzes the reliability ofthe ES. Given similar inputs, the ES should produce similar outputs.

In addition, before and after revalidation a system generally. Thinking Ahead to Verification and Validation Louis S. Wheatcraft Requirement Experts () [email protected] Abstract Second only to re-work, a project’s largest costs are involved in verification and validation.

Failing to adequately plan for verification and validation from the. The most difficult tasks in expert system design are verification, validation and testing.

Traditional techniques for these tasks require the knowledge engineer to woifc through the knowledge base and the human expert to run many test cases on the expert system. This consumes a great deal of time and does not guarantee finding idl mistakes. Validation and verification (V&V) are procedures used to evaluate system structure or behavior with respect to a set of requirements.

Although expert systems are often developed as a series of prototypes without requirements, it is not possible to perform V&V on any system for Cited by: 9. Validation and Verification: /ch ProQuest’s E-Book Central, or EBSCOhost at a 50% discount. You can uncover incorrect, inconsistent, and missing requirements and design flaws early by simulating system behavior to validate requirements and by specifying system design properties that guarantee functional.

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In this respect, the book does not distinguish itself from many other, serious textbooks in computer science. It does, however, distinguish itself from many books on expert systems. The book’s aim is not to leave the reader dumbfounded with the authors’ knowledge of a topic that has aroused interest.

Performing and Managing Expert System Validation sentation and hybrid representation schemes or embed analytic tools in symbolic-based knowledge representations. VERIFICATION, VALIDATION, AND SYSTEM QUALITY. A Hierarchic View of System Quality Verification is defmed by Adrion, Branstad, and Cherniavsky ().

Abstract: D.E. O'Leary () noted the inappropriate nature of traditional software validation techniques for expert system validation and proposed a research methods approach. R.M. O'Keefe et al. () established validation as an important concern in expert system research and development and presented general descriptive methodologies for qualitative and quantitative methods of formal Cited by: Various definitions of expert systems have been offered by several authors.

A general definition that is representative of the intended functions of expert systems is: An expert system is an interactive computer-based decision tool that uses both facts and heuristics to solve difficult decision problems based on knowledge acquired from an.

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Verification is a static practice of verifying documents, design, code and program.: 1. Validation is a dynamic mechanism of validating and testing the actual product.: 2. It does not involve executing the code.

2. It always involves executing the code.Watts; W. H. Freeman, ), Verifying and Validating Personal Computer-Based Expert Systems (Prentice-Hall, ), Linear Systems Theory (with F.

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