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knowledge based system for providing intelligent access to a petroleum user database

Steven Rosenberg

knowledge based system for providing intelligent access to a petroleum user database

by Steven Rosenberg

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Information & Data Analysis Dept., for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Berkeley, Calif, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum -- Data processing.,
  • Information services.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSteven Rosenberg, Information Methodology Research Project, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California.
    SeriesLBL ; 8720, LBL (Series) -- 8720.
    ContributionsLawrence Berkeley Laboratory. Information & Data Analysis Dept.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17650909M

    intelligent knowledge-based system in British English. noun. a computer system in which the properties of a database and an expert system are combined to enable the system to store and process data and make deductions from stored data. Abbreviation: IKBS. This paper explores the requirement for database techniques in the construction of Knowledge Based Systems. Three knowledge-based systems are reviewed: XCON/R1, ISIS and Callisto in order to ascertain database requirements. These requirements result in the introduction of the Organization Level and extension to the Symbol and Knowledge Levels Cited by:

    Petroleum Industry Examples The examples below are for illustration only. It is not meant to be an exhaustive list. DRILLING ADVISOR is a prototype knowledge system developed for the French oil company Societe Nationale Elf-Aquitaine (ELF) by Teknowledge Inc. The system is designed to assist oil rig supervisors in resolving and subsequently avoiding problem situations such as being stuck in. Knowledge-based System: We often need to infer new knowledge in light of an authenticated knowledge base and current facts, or we need to give an expert opinion/answer for a specific problem.

    Loading. Traditionally, an expert system is scientific and focused on solving a range of related problems (say, in medicine, or ethics, or design), whereas a knowledge-based system relies more upon the programmer or data scientist to make effective use of a large set of data stored in some type of file or database. A knowledge-based system (KBS) is a form of artificial intelligence (AI) that aims to capture the knowledge of human experts to support decision-making. Examples of knowledge-based systems include expert systems, which are so called because of their reliance on human expertise.


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Print Book & E-Book. ISBNa knowledge based system for providing intelligent access to a petroleum user database By Steven Rosenberg Topics: General and MiscellaneousAuthor: Steven Rosenberg. Abstract. Knowledge bases constitute the core of those Artificial Intelligence programs which have come to be known as Expert Systems.

An examination of the most dominant knowledge representation schemes used in these systems reveals that a knwledge base can, and possibly should, be described at several levels using different schemes, including those traditionally used in operational by: 8.

Knowledge-based Systems is an international and interdisciplinary journal in the field of artificial intelligence. The journal will publish original, innovative and creative research results in the field, and is designed to focus on research in knowledge-based and other artificial intelligence techniques-based systems with the following objectives and capabilities: to support human prediction.

Knowledge-Based Systems for Development 5 KBS DEVELOPMENT Figure 3 presents the overview of KBS development process. The knowledge of the expert(s) is stored in his mind in a very abstract way. Also every expert may not be familiar with knowledge-based systems terminology and the way to develop an intelligent system.

The Knowledge Engineer (KE) is. A comprehensive text and resource, Knowledge-Based Systems provides access to the most current information in KBS and new artificial intelligences, as well as neural networks, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, and soft systems/5(2).

Fig. Architecture of a Hybrid Knowledge Based Expert System The control knowledge module is the (meta-level) knowledge that is utilized to control and coordinate the activities in the knowledge-base.

The expert know- ledge contains rules of thumb or heuristic knowledge based on knowledge of the expert in the area. Active Database and Knowledge Base Systems 3 III. Device: An Active Object-Oriented Knowledge Base System 13 Geometric Knowledge-Based Systems Framework for Stereo Image Matching V.

Matching Results and Discussion Intelligent Systems and Control III. System Architecture IV. Distributed Traffic Control System File Size: KB. Knowledge based systems involves a knowledge base (KB), an inference engine or reasoner and some interfaces to other computer systems and/or to human users.

In the proposed framework the KB is composed by: 1) The classes, properties and constraint that define the domain concepts, 2) A set of ontological assertion axioms that describe the instances for particular applications, 3) A set of if-then.

lSlS is a knowledge-based system designed to provide intelligent support in the domain of job shop production management and control [FSW]. Job-shop scheduling is a "uncooperative" multi-agent (i.e.l each order is to be "optimized" separately) planning problem in which activities must be.

a knowledge base is a skill (art) called knowledge engineering The reasoning mechanism takes descriptions from the user about the problem to be solved requests additional information from the user as needed interprets the knowledge base to make inferences, draw conclusions, and ultimately give advice explains its reasoning to the userFile Size: 81KB.

Systems and Database System s: A Homogeneous Approach, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data E ngineering 5, ZARRI, G.P. () Expert Databases: The Stat e.

Knowledge based system programming tools provide a range for facilities for representing knowledge and reasoning with knowledge. The purpose of these facilities is to allow knowledge based systems to be constructed quickly. This article categorises knowledge based system development tools, supplies examples of developed KBS.

This book provides a selected set of state-of-the-art contributions that present advanced techniques, tools and applications.

Knowledge-Based Systems in Robotized are Welding (G Bolmsjo) Introduction to Database and Knowledge-Base Systems. Intelligent Robotic Planning Systems. Algorithmic Properties of Structures. 15 Knowledge-based Systems Peter Szoiovits Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Leader, LCS Clinical Decision Making Group Abstract Embedding knowledge is a popular and effective means of increasing the power of.

The first knowledge-based systems were rule based expert systems. Representing knowledge explicitly via rules had several advantages: • Acquisition and maintenance- Using rules meant that domain experts could often define and maintain the rules themselves rather than via a Size: KB.

This paper describes hou System R chooses access paths for both simple (single relation) and complex queries (such as joins), given a user specification of desired data as a boolean expression of predicates. System R is an experimental database management system developed to carry out research on the relational model of data.

A good knowledge base system is the one that’s been structured and produced keeping your end users (either customer or internal staff) in mind. The purpose of the knowledge base is to make sure the users find the information they need and avoid un. Abstract.

One key point in the design and implementation of intelligent systems is the process of building knowledge bases. As most of the research in the AI field has moved from the construction of general purpose problem solvers to building knowledge-based systems that deal with problems restricted to a particular domain, many techniques have been proposed to acquisition and .Knowledge-Based System: User’s View • Intelligent program A black box, to the end user Encapsulates most of the knowledge, including possibly knowledge representations of rules, frames, defaults, is-a and has-a hierarchies, etc.

Typically rarely necessary for end users to access, and often dangerous from a security standpoint.Knowledge based systems are a type of rule-based system, which means knowledge is represented by and relies on coded rules.

All information and decisions that the KBS makes follows coded rules. Programmers create rules using simple if-then logic (if, then), which is known as a production rule.