Artificial Intelligence in Operational Research by Georgios I. Doukidis, Ray J. Paul

By Georgios I. Doukidis, Ray J. Paul

A suite of articles that are divided into 5 components: sensible reviews concerning the use of synthetic intelligence in operational examine, software parts, creation making plans and scheduling, simulation and technique.

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M . L. G ILMORE. H . M . J . WALTERS an d A. M . WARWICK (1988) Expe rie nce in developing knowledge base d scheduling mod el s fo r sma ll batch ma nufacture . Proceedings of the International Conference of CAD/CA M/CIM and Robotics 'Co ntribution of A rtificial Intelligence', Bordeaux. France , pp . 135- 139. 10. H . M . J . W ALTERSa nd A . M . WARWICK (1990). Bene fits of flexible , dynami c and co nfigu ra ble softwarefor produc tion planning and sche d uling. Proceedings of Conference on A rtificial int elligence and Expert Systems in Manufacturing, London, March 1990.

The whole system places a substantial administrative load on the admissions tutor and the assistant. It was thought that an expert system might be useful to reduce some of this load and additionally standardize the decision-making. As Edwards and Bader! point out , expert systems have been advocated for their potential of improving consistency and relieving experts by transferring work to clerical staff. The system might also reduce some of the paperwork involved by eliminating applicants at the enquiry stage.

To overcome the difficulti es, reported by King,l that professionals had with mastering the concepts inh er ent in shells and in logically structuring their knowledge , these 'knowledge enginee ring' aspec ts are emphasized in the module. TRAINING MODULE STRUCTURE Th e structure of the modul e is shown in Table 1. As part of a taught modelling course, the module is presented over approximately five hours with two separate lecture sessions and two supervised computer sessions. In this version lectures and computer sessions alternate over a couple of week s and stude nts are expected to read and analyze material between sessions.

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