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content material: synthetic intelligence : the expertise of specialist structures / Dennis H. Smith --
A knowledge-engineering facility for construction medical specialist platforms / Charles E. Riese and J.D. Stuart --
A rule-induction software for caliber assurance-quality keep an eye on and choice of protecting fabrics / L.H. Keith and J.D. Stuart --
A chemistry diagnostic approach for steam energy crops / James C. Bellows --
A real-time professional process for method keep watch over / Lowell B. Hawkinson, Carl G. Knickerbocker, and Robert L. Moore --
Interpretation and layout of chemically established experiments with professional structures / David Garfinkel, Lillian Garfinkel, Von-Wun Soo, and Casimir A. Kulikowski --
a professional approach for the formula of agricultural chemical substances / Bruce A. Hohne and Richard D. Houghton --
laptop algebra : functions and purposes to difficulties in engineering and the sciences / Richard Pavelle --
A rule-based declarative language for medical equation fixing / Allan L. Smith --
A chemical-reaction interpreter for simulation of advanced kinetics / David Edelson --
using the strategies of synthetic intelligence to chemistry schooling / Richard Cornelius, Daniel Cabrol, and Claude Cachet --
Analogy and intelligence in version development / W. Todd Wipke and Mathew A. Hahn --
Computer-assisted drug receptor mapping research / Teri E. Klein, Conrad Huang, Thomas E. Ferrin, Robert Langridge, and Corwin Hansch --
An clever cartoon pad as enter to molecular constitution courses / Carl Trindle --
The similarity of graphs and molecules / Steven H. Bertz and William C. Herndon --
Symbolic laptop courses utilized to workforce thought / Gordon D. Renkes --
A multivalued good judgment predicate calculus method of synthesis making plans / W. Todd Wipke and Daniel P. Dolata --
A self-organized wisdom base for keep in mind, layout, and discovery in natural chemistry / Craig S. Wilcox and Robert A. Levinson --
Expert-system principles for Diels-Alder reactions / C. Warren Moseley, William D. LaRoe, and Charles T. Hemphill --
utilizing a theorem prover within the layout of natural syntheses / Tunghwa Wang, Ilene Burnstein, Michael Corbett, Steven Ehrlich, Martha Evens, Alice Gough, and Peter Johnson --
Acquisition and illustration of information for professional platforms in natural chemistry / J. Gasteiger, M.G. Hutchings, P. Löw, and H. Saller --
a professional method for prime functionality liquid chromatography equipment improvement / René Bach, Joe Karnicky, and Seth Abbott --
a professional approach for optimizing ultracentrifugation runs / Philip R. Martz, Matt Heffron, and Owen Mitch Griffith --
Elucidation of structural fragments through computer-assisted interpretation of IR spectra / Hugh B. Woodruff, Sterling A. Tomellini, and Graham M. Smith --
Automation of constitution elucidation from mass spectrometry-mass spectrometry facts / K.P. move, P.T. Palmer, C.F. Beckner, A.B. Giordani, H.G. Gregg, P.A. Hoffman, and C.G. Enke --
man made intelligence, common sense programming, and information in magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopic research / Teresa J. Harner, George C. Levy, Edward J. Dudewicz, Frank Delaglio, and Anil Kumar --
a professional method for natural constitution selection / Bo Curry --
Concerted natural research of fabrics and expert-system improvement / S.A. Liebman, P.J. Duff, M.A. Schroeder, R.A. Fifer, and A.M. Harper.
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The complete expert system w i l l incorporate decisions based upon any type of chemical i n any type of matrix and w i l l also be capable of providing advice s p e c i f i c a l l y f o r selected EPA methods commonly i n use, i . e . , EPA Methods 624, 625, 1624, 1625, the various non-mass spectrometric 600 Methods, etc. (Figure 1). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1986. ch003 Yes ^ f •I methodAId Routine y J " ^ • \ Figure 1a. half). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1986.
An introductory screen i s printed a f t e r log-on i n t o GloveAId. This i s followed by a menu from which the chemical class i s chosen. M u l t i p l e functional groups cannot be handled by the system yet. The user i s then queried f o r the amount of time that the glove needs to provide protection. This i s followed by a request f o r the t a c t i l i t y requirements of the user. The f i n a l screen summarizes the answers given to the computer and provides the best advice possible from the information and rules supplied (Figure 4).
A l t h o u g h i n t e r p r e t e d R a d i a l i s a l r e a d y f a s t e r t h a n many expert system approaches, compiled C i s faster s t i l l . For expert systems which get i n p u t s from i n s t r u m e n t a t i o n ( r a t h e r t h a n from a p e r s o n a t a k e y b o a r d ) and need t o r e s p o n d i n r e a l t i m e , t h i s speed may be e s s e n t i a l . A n o t h e r advantage i s p o r t a b i l i t y . The C code may be c o m p i l e d on computers o t h e r t h a n t h e one on w h i c h t h e s y s t e m was developed.