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Re: I Need Some Help--

From: Carlos Bromanski <cbroman_at_shpamcore.com>
Date: Sun, 12 May 2002 23:05:44 -0500
Message-ID: <3cdf3aca$0$3339$1dc6e903@news.corecomm.net>


Sigh... back to the first response. You _must_ describe what you mean by "knowledge base", or else your chances of getting a helpful response are low. How did the Commodore 64 program operate? What was it called? What are your expectations?

The term "knowledge base" is a bit vague and can refer to a lot of software and a lot of concepts in a large field of study.

For what it's worth, try this link:
http://ai.iit.nrc.ca/subjects/Expert.html - cb

"Ron Hubbard" <hubbard_ron_at_hotmail.com> wrote in message news:abh9bn$iapl0$1_at_ID-43450.news.dfncis.de...
> Sigh... Back to my original question: does anyone know of
> a good book or website that tells how to construct
> knowledge / expert bases?
>
> Christopher Browne wrote in message ...
> >The world rejoiced as "Ron Hubbard"
> <hubbard_ron_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
> >> I used to have a nifty knowledge base ran on my old
> >> Commodore 64, but I can't find one for PC use. Does
> anyone
> >> know of a good book or website on the design of
> >> java-based, or any other kind of knowledge bases?
> >>
> >> Any help would be deeply appreciated.
> >
> >You might want to describe what you mean by "knowledge
> base."
> >
> >My first reaction is to direct you to take a look at
> Prolog
> >implementations such as SWI-Prolog or GNU Prolog; that's
> the sort of
> >tool used to build "Knowledge Applications."
> >--
> >(reverse (concatenate 'string "gro.gultn@" "enworbbc"))
> >http://www.cbbrowne.com/info/prolog.html
> >Consciousness - that annoying time between naps.
>
>
Received on Sun May 12 2002 - 23:05:44 CDT

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