By Georgios I. Doukidis, Ray J. Paul

A suite of articles that are divided into 5 elements: functional reviews concerning the use of synthetic intelligence in operational learn, program parts, creation making plans and scheduling, simulation and method.

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J . MARTIN and G . J. PHYTHIAN Loughborou gh University of Technology A shor t modul e is described that has been used successfully to intro duce management stude nts to expert syste ms. T he modul e has been run both as a half day sessio n and also as a five hou r tuto rial com prisi ng two lectu res followed by two compute r sessions. The lecture mater ial pro vides a simple framewor k for und er stand ing th e nature of expe rt syste ms and their possible uses. Th e supe rvized compute r sessio ns are centre d o n two cases concerne d with tenderin g.

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