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Validation and verification of knowledge based systems

Validation and verification of knowledge based systems

theory, tools, and practice

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Published by Kluwer Academic in Boston .
Written in English

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

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Anca Vermesan and Frans Coenen.
    ContributionsVermesan, Anca., Coenen, Frans, 1957-, Norske Veritas (Organization), British Computer Society. Specialist Group on Expert Systems., European Symposium on Verification and Validation of Knowledge Based Systems and Components (5th : 1999 : Oslo, Norway)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.76.V47 V35 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 264 p. :
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20643224M
    ISBN 100792386450
    LC Control Number99052007

    A Framework for Knowledge based System Veriication, Validation and Reenement; Proceedings of the fth Florida Artiicial Intelligence Research Symposium, St. Petersburg, FL, , pp The. Special Issue: Verification and Validation Issues in Databases, Knowledge‐Based Systems, and Ontologies.

    Illustrate methods for knowledge verification and validation Understand inference strategies in rule-based intelligent systems Explain uncertainties and uncertainty processing in expert systems (ES) In this book, we have described the concepts and structure of knowledge-based Size: KB. Verification of Knowledge and Skills. The American College of Surgeons (ACS) Program for Validation and Verification of Surgical Knowledge and Skills (Program for Validation and Verification) is housed within the Division of Education and is responsible for the development and implementation of the five-level mode of verification and.

      Innovative V&V strategies for the hottest new technologies We depend on complex software systems throughout our daily lives, from banking to communications to transportation to medicine. To keep them reliably failure-free, verification and validation methods must be adapted from their roots in the defense and aerospace industries to meet the needs of today's ubiquitous software systems. This book gives a good overview of safety critical computer systems without assuming previous knowledge of critical systems. There is a good chapter detailing verification and validation during a product life cycle, and also another chapter on certification.


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Validation and Verification of Knowledge Based Systems contains a collection of papers, dealing with all aspects of KBS V&V, presented at the Fifth European Symposium on Verification and Validation of Knowledge Based Systems and Components (EUROVAV'99 - which was held in Oslo in the summer ofand was sponsored by Det Norske Veritas and the British Computer Society's Specialist Group on Expert Systems 5/5(1).

Dupuis R, Thomasset C, Paquin L and Blanchard F Towards a methodology for the validation of expert systems Proceedings of the 4th international conference on Artificial intelligence and.

Validation and Verification of Knowledge Based Systems contains a collection of papers, dealing with all aspects of KBS V&V, presented at the Fifth European Symposium on Verification and Validation of Knowledge Based Systems and Components (EUROVAV'99 - which was held in Oslo in the summer ofand was sponsored by Det Norske Veritas and the British Computer Society's Specialist Group on Expert Systems.

Knowledge-based systems (KBS) are being used in many applications areas where their failures can be costly because of the losses in services, property, or even life.

To ensure their reliability and Author: TsaiWei-Tek, VishnuvajjalaRama, ZhangDu. Specific focus of this technical report will includea nalyses of the effectiveness of validation and verification techniques used in practice; relationships between knowledge-based systems and conventional V&V techniques; the role and use of meta-knowledge in knowledge-based system validation and verification processes; validation and verification of embedded KB; and an investigation of potential regulatory activities for and with validation and verification.

Verification and validation of knowledge-based systems Abstract: Knowledge-based systems (KBSs) are being used in many applications areas where their failures can be costly because of losses in services, property or even life.

Validation and verification of knowledge-based systems: report on EUROVAV99 FRANS COENEN (a1), TREVOR BENCH-CAPON (a1), ROBIN BOSWELL (a2), JULIETTE DIBIE-BARTHÉLEMY (a3), BARRY EAGLESTONE (a4), RIK GERRITS (a5), ERIC GRÉGOIRE (a6), ANTONI LIGE¸ZA (a7), LUIS LAITA (a8), MIECZYSLAW OWOC (a9), FLORENCE SELLINI (a10).

Validation and Verification of Knowledge Based Systems - Theory, Tools and Practice, Collected papers from EUROVAV '99, 5th European Symposium on Validation and Verification of Knowledge Based Systems,June, Oslo, Norway. Verification and Validation of Knowledge-Based Systems Wei-Tek Tsai, Member, IEEE Computer Society, Rama Vishnuvajjala, and Du Zhang, Member, IEEE Abstract—Knowledge-based systems (KBS) are being used in many applications areas where their failures can be costly because of the losses in services, property, or even life.

Validation is a critical process in the whole knowledge-based system life cycle. A knowledge base incorporated into such systems has to be verified or (more generally) validated. There have been many approaches to develop specialised procedures and techniques, aimed at assuring the highest level of knowledge by: 8.

Validation and verification of knowledge-based systems: report on EUROVAV Validation is a critical process in the whole knowledge-based system life cycle. A knowledge base incorporated into such systems has to be verified or (more generally) validated.

There have been many approaches to develop specialised procedures and techniques, aimed at assuring the highest level of knowledge quality.

[Read] Validation and Verification of Knowledge Based Systems Offers a collection of papers, dealing with the aspects of knowledge-based systems (KBS) and verification and validation (V&V), presented at the Fifth European Symposium on Verification and Validation of Knowledge Based Systems and Components.

Books Validation and Verification of Knowledge Based Systems: Theory, Tools and Practice Free Books. AAAI marks the eleventh anniversary of the first AAAI V&V workshop. Since then, a considerable amount of progress has been made in defining effective verification & validation (V&V) techniques for knowledge-based systems (KBS), integrated within KBS development methodologies.

Validation and Verification of Knowledge Based Methods incorporates a set of papers, dealing with all factors of KBS V&V, launched on the Fifth European Symposium on Verification and Validation of Knowledge Based Methods and Parts (EUROVAV'ninety 9 – which was held in Oslo within the summertime ofand was sponsored by Det Norske Veritas and the British Laptop Society's.

Inability toevaluate such systems adequately may become the limiting factor in our ability to employ systems that our technology and knowledge allow us to design. This volume, based on a NATO Advanced Science Institute held inis designed to provide guidance for the verification and validation of all highly complex and coupled systems.

Knowledge based systems validation: A state of the art. AI Communications, Meseguer, P. A new method to checking rule bases for in- consistency: A petri net approach. Proceedings of ECAI'90 (pp.

Vienna, Austria. Meseguer, P. Incremental verification of rule-based expert systems. Proceedings of ECAI'92 (pp. Cited by: 4. Validation and Verification of Knowledge Based Systems contains a collection of papers, dealing with all aspects of KBS V&V, presented at the Fifth European Symposium on Verification and Validation of Knowledge Based Systems and Components (EUROVAV'99 - ) which was held in Oslo in the summer ofand.

Get this from a library. Validation and verification of knowledge based systems: theory, tools and practice. [Anca Vermesan; Frans Coenen; Norske Veritas (Organization); British Computer Society.

Specialist Group on Expert Systems.;]. Verification and validation are terms that have been used for several years in software engineering, and there are now many verification and validation techniques, plus considerable experience and expertise in using them. However, applying these techniques to knowledge‐based system is not by: Rules Verification and Validation: /ch In this chapter an introduction to verification of rules is presented.

Logical models of rules, knowledge representation languages and inference rules areCited by: Abstract: Two research projects that have examined problems related to system verification and validation and the associated issue of maintenance are described. The Mekas (Methodology for Knowledge Analysis) Project has developed a method to give knowledge engineers a thorough characterization of the domain, that is, a full description of the ontology, structure, functions, and Cited by: