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English : A Structured Testing Methodology for Knowledge-Based Systems
Abstract In recent years, knowledge-based software technology has proven itself to be a valuable tool for solving hitherto intractable problems. Developers of knowledge-based systems must ensure that the system will give its users accurate advice or correct solutions to their problems. Thus, knowledge-based systems must be debugged and validated just like any other piece of software. It has been found that one of the most important problems in developing knowledge-based systems is the lack of methods to verify and validate its KB. The aim of this article is to define a methodology and its supporting tool set that are used together in order to completely test knowledge-based systems. The suggested testing methodology couples different verification and validation activities on different knowledge-based systems development stages in order to improve its quality.
Publication year 2000
Organization Name
    Central Laboratory for Agricultural Expert System (CLAES)
Country United Kingdom
City London
Publisher Name: Springer Verlag
serial title DEXA 2000
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External authors (outside ARC)
    Hoda Barka
    S. Eid
Agris Categories Documentation and information
Publication Type Conference/Workshop

 
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