A comparison of potential applications of expert systems and decision support systems
Connell, N.A.D. and Powell, P.L. (1992) A comparison of potential applications of expert systems and decision support systems. In, Doukidis, Georgios I. and Paul, Ray J. (eds.) Artificial Intelligence in Operational Research. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 339-348.
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Part 1 Practical experiences: operational research participation in artificial intelligence, G.I.Doukidis and R.J.Paul; a survey of the application of artificial intelligence techniques within the OR society, G.I.Doukidis and R.J.Paul; from OR to knowledge-based systems - an industrial experience, H.Walters and R.Schtaklef; a five hour expert system tutorial for management students, P.N.Finley et al; experiences in developing an expert system for MBA admissions, P.N.Finley and M.King. Part 2 Application areas: combining operational research and artificial intelligence, G.I.Doukidis and R.J.Paul; an artificial intelligence approach for improving computer communications network topologies, S.Pierre and H.H.Hoang; multicriteria analysis represented by artificial intelligence techniques, G.Balestra and A.Tsoukias; using an expert system to monitor an automatic stock control system, J.C.Thorpe et al; simple expert systems for computer assisted instruction, M.King and L.McAulay; fuzzy ordinal models for AI-OR, I.B.Turksen; administering rule development in rule-based expert systems, P.N.Finley et al. Part 3 Production planning and scheduling: operational research approaches to artificial intelligence in production planning and scheduling, R.J.Paul and G.I.Doukidis; the cheduler's predictive experise - an interdisciplinary perspective, K.N.McKay et al; a knowledge-based approach to production planning, P.Duchessi and R.M.O'Keefe; an expert system frameowrk for economic evaluation of machining operation planning, G.Zhang et al; an integrated framework for generating and revising factory schedules, S.F.Smith et al; distribution of empty railcars by an expert system - a case study with comparison to OR approaches, A.Beurrier et al; integration of AI and OR techniques for computer-aided algorithmic design in the vehicle routing domain, J.Y.Potvin et al. Part 4 Simulation: artificial intelligence and expert systems in simulation modeling, R.J.Paul and G.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor > HD28 Management. Industrial Management
Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
|Divisions:||University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Management
|Date Deposited:||19 Mar 2007|
|Last Modified:||02 Mar 2012 13:29|
|Contributors:||Connell, N.A.D. (Author)
Powell, P.L. (Author)
Doukidis, Georgios I. (Editor)
Paul, Ray J. (Editor)
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