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Title: BIES Bird Identification Expert System
Authors: Buttigieg, Alison (2002)
Keywords: Information technology
Expert systems (Computer science)
Biometric identification
Fuzzy sets
Issue Date: 2002
Citation: Buttigieg, A. (2002). BIES Bird Identification Expert System (Bachelor's dissertation).
Abstract: Expert Systems are programs that represent and reason with knowledge of an area where expertise is usually required. The usual methodology when interacting with a traditional Expert System would be text-based, and very inflexible, creating a communication barrier between the user and the Expert System. This barrier can be relieved by merging Expert Systems with Multimedia Technology. Such a combination provides a powerful graphical and interactive interface enabling ease of communication between the user and the Expert System as well as other flexible options to improve the usage of the Expert System. The Bird Identification Expert System (BIES) is user-driven and aimed to improve traditional Expert Systems by merging Fuzzy Expert System and Multimedia technologies; to make it easier, more motivating and more interesting to use an Expert System; and to enable the various facets of experlise to be more fully exploited and incorporated within the application.
Description: B.Sc. IT (Hons)(Melit.)
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