Implementation of expert subsystem in the web application – selected practical issues

Roman Simiński, Mateusz Manaj

Abstract


This article describes the study of selected practical issues focused on the constructing expert system module build-in the web application. We describe a conception of knowledge based subsystem, its goal and method of utilization in whole system. We present functionality of knowledge base editor, we explain the reasons of the attributes’ and rules’ extended description usage. Next we present an examples of application proposed extensions during the inference preprocessing and processing stage.

Keywords


rule knowledge base; inference; web application

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21936/si2015_v36.n1.727