Knowledge Based Configuration

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  • Author : Alexander Felfernig
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Pages : 384 pages
  • ISBN : 0124158692
  • Rating : 5/5 from 1 reviews
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Knowledge Based Configuration

Knowledge Based Configuration
  • Author : Alexander Felfernig,Lothar Hotz,Claire Bagley,Juha Tiihonen
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Release : 02 April 2014
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Knowledge-based Configuration incorporates knowledge representation formalisms to capture complex product models and reasoning methods to provide intelligent interactive behavior with the user. This book represents the first time that corporate and academic worlds collaborate integrating research and commercial benefits of knowledge-based configuration. Foundational interdisciplinary material is provided for composing models from increasingly complex products and services. Case studies, the latest research, and graphical knowledge representations that increase understanding of knowledge-based configuration provide a toolkit to continue to push the boundaries

The Knowledge based Economy

The Knowledge based Economy
  • Author : Loet Leydesdorff
  • Publisher : Universal-Publishers
  • Release : 20 January 2022
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"Challenging, theoretically rich yet anchored in detailed empirical analysis, Loet Leydesdorff's exploration of the dynamics of the knowledge-economy is a major contribution to the field. Drawing on his expertise in science and technology studies, systems theory, and his internationally respected work on the 'triple helix', the book provides a radically new modelling and simulation of knowledge systems, capturing the articulation of structure, communication, and agency therein. This work will be of immense interest to both theorists of the knowledge-economy and

Intelligent Knowledge Based Systems

Intelligent Knowledge Based Systems
  • Author : Cornelius T. Leondes
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 28 April 2010
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This five-volume set clearly manifests the great significance of these key technologies for the new economies of the new millennium. The discussions provide a wealth of practical ideas intended to foster innovation in thought and, consequently, in the further development of technology. Together, they comprise a significant and uniquely comprehensive reference source for research workers, practitioners, computer scientists, academics, students, and others on the international scene for years to come.

XPS 99 Knowledge Based Systems Survey and Future Directions

XPS 99  Knowledge Based Systems   Survey and Future Directions
  • Author : Frank Puppe
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 20 November 2005
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A special year like 1999 invites one to draw a balance of what has been achieved in the roughly 30 years of research and development in knowledge based systems (still abbreviated as XPS following the older term “expert systems”) and to take a look at th what the future may hold. For the 5 German conference on knowledge-based systems we therefore asked current and former speakers of the four working groups (FG’s) in the subdivision of knowledge-based systems (FA 1.5) of the German

XPS 99 Knowledge Based Systems Survey and Future Directions

XPS 99  Knowledge Based Systems   Survey and Future Directions
  • Author : Frank Puppe
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 22 February 1999
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A special year like 1999 invites one to draw a balance of what has been achieved in the roughly 30 years of research and development in knowledge based systems (still abbreviated as XPS following the older term “expert systems”) and to take a look at th what the future may hold. For the 5 German conference on knowledge-based systems we therefore asked current and former speakers of the four working groups (FG’s) in the subdivision of knowledge-based systems (FA 1.5) of the German

XPS 99 Knowledge Based Systems Survey and Future Directions

XPS 99  Knowledge Based Systems   Survey and Future Directions
  • Author : Frank Puppe
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 22 February 1999
GET THIS BOOK XPS 99 Knowledge Based Systems Survey and Future Directions

A special year like 1999 invites one to draw a balance of what has been achieved in the roughly 30 years of research and development in knowledge based systems (still abbreviated as XPS following the older term “expert systems”) and to take a look at th what the future may hold. For the 5 German conference on knowledge-based systems we therefore asked current and former speakers of the four working groups (FG’s) in the subdivision of knowledge-based systems (FA 1.5) of the German

Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Supported by Knowledge Based Engineering

Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Supported by Knowledge Based Engineering
  • Author : Jaroslaw Sobieszczanski-Sobieski,Alan Morris,Michel van Tooren
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 08 May 2017
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Multidisciplinary Design Optimization supported by Knowledge Based Engineering supports engineers confronting this daunting and new design paradigm. It describes methodology for conducting a system design in a systematic and rigorous manner that supports human creativity to optimize the design objective(s) subject to constraints and uncertainties. The material presented builds on decades of experience in Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO) methods, progress in concurrent computing, and Knowledge Based Engineering (KBE) tools. Key features: Comprehensively covers MDO and is the only book

Information and Management Systems for Product Customization

Information and Management Systems for Product Customization
  • Author : Thorsten Blecker,Gerhard Friedrich,Bernd Kaluza,Nizar Abdelkafi,Gerold Kreutler
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 04 November 2004
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In today's competitive environment, manufacturing and service companies are intensifying their customization processes. Customization means companies must meet the challenge of providing individualized products and services, without introducing high costs. Therefore, companies must address both customization and cost factors to gain a competitive advantage. While product customization is the manufacturing of products according to individual customer needs, it does not involve any focus on the cost perspective. Information and Management Systems for Product Customization will concentrate on both product customization

Cooperative Design Visualization and Engineering

Cooperative Design  Visualization  and Engineering
  • Author : Yuhua Luo
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 19 September 2009
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The 6th InternationalConference on Cooperative Design, Visualization and - gineering CDVE 2009 was held in central Europe - Luxembourg. Participants from ?ve continents came together to celebrate this annual event. Thepaperspublishedintheconferenceinthisvolumere?ectthenewprogress in the following aspect. Research in developing cooperative applications is currently focusing on two directions. One is the cooperation in the software development process and the other is the variety of the targeted cooperative software products. Many papers address how to facilitate cooperation in the software engineering process p-

XPS 99 Knowledge Based Systems Survey and Future Directions

XPS 99  Knowledge Based Systems   Survey and Future Directions
  • Author : Frank Puppe
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 22 February 1999
GET THIS BOOK XPS 99 Knowledge Based Systems Survey and Future Directions

A special year like 1999 invites one to draw a balance of what has been achieved in the roughly 30 years of research and development in knowledge based systems (still abbreviated as XPS following the older term “expert systems”) and to take a look at th what the future may hold. For the 5 German conference on knowledge-based systems we therefore asked current and former speakers of the four working groups (FG’s) in the subdivision of knowledge-based systems (FA 1.5) of the German

ECAI 2006

ECAI 2006
  • Author : G. Brewka,S. Coradeschi,A. Perini
  • Publisher : IOS Press
  • Release : 10 August 2006
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In the summer of 1956, John McCarthy organized the famous Dartmouth Conference which is now commonly viewed as the founding event for the field of Artificial Intelligence. During the last 50 years, AI has seen a tremendous development and is now a well-established scientific discipline all over the world. Also in Europe AI is in excellent shape, as witnessed by the large number of high quality papers in this publication. In comparison with ECAI 2004, there’s a strong increase in the relative

Group Recommender Systems

Group Recommender Systems
  • Author : Alexander Felfernig,Ludovico Boratto,Martin Stettinger,Marko Tkalčič
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 07 March 2018
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This book presents group recommender systems, which focus on the determination of recommendations for groups of users. The authors summarize different technologies and applications of group recommender systems. They include an in-depth discussion of state-of-the-art algorithms, an overview of industrial applications, an inclusion of the aspects of decision biases in groups, and corresponding de-biasing approaches. The book includes a discussion of basic group recommendation methods, aspects of human decision making in groups, and related applications. A discussion of open research

Domain Knowledge for Interactive System Design

Domain Knowledge for Interactive System Design
  • Author : Alistair G. Sutcliffe,Frans van Assche,David Benyon
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 09 January 2016
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This book describes how domain knowledge can be used in the design of interactive systems. It includes discussion of the theories and models of domain, generic domain architectures and construction of system components for specific domains. It draws on research experience from the Information Systems, Software Engineering and Human Computer Interaction communities.