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English : Design of Generic Tool For Building Fertilization Expert System
Abstract The aim of this document is to present a detailed design of generic fertilization expert system building tool. This tool could be used to help both the developers/designers of a fertilization expert system and the implementers of an expert system tool in developing rapid plant fertilization systems. To do so, we have aimed to identify and capture all knowledge that is related to fertilization task for crops and vegetables regardless of the crop variety. A typical fertilization expert system is made out of concepts and relations, on top of which a task layer is built. The reusable concepts and relations are basically taken from two technical reports for fertilization TR/CLAES/140/2000.3, AND TR/CLAES/232/2002.1. Of course, important improvements are made to these basics to reach our goal. In the design presented, a fertilization schedule could be obtained either on weekly, monthly or stages bases. The first two types, which called a normal schedule type, are depending on the irrigation method (dripping or flooding); while the stages bases fertilization schedule is generated when the specified schedule type is not normal. In this case, expert system developer must identify the schedule stages (slots) as explained later in section II. Also, it is important to note that the fertilization calculations cover the case of planting within an open field, a high tunnel, or a low tunnel.
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Publication year 2004
Organization Name
    Central Laboratory for Agricultural Expert System (CLAES)
Department Knowledge Engineering and Expert System Building Tools
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Author(s) from ARC
Agris Categories Documentation and information
AGROVOC
TERMS
Fertilization.
Proposed Agrovoc Expert System; Tools; Generic Tool; Dependency Graph; Schedule Generation;
Publication Type Technical Report

 
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