Expert Systems A-level AICT Questions By Navid Saqib

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This Quiz covers concept regarding expert system functions


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Explain the working of inference engine in an expert system ?
  • 2. 
    Explain the process indulge in Mediical diagnosis system  from collection of information leading to rresoning and driving results stating the work of KBS and infrence engine?hint: State collection of data, working knowledge base system, infrence engine working, conclusion
  • 3. 
    Mr Abdullah owns a car engine manufacturing  factory in south wales, they develop spare parts and compelete car engines. factory has 4 Human expert to test the final product, They use there years of experience to do so.Mr abdullah's som the director of the comapny decided to use CAR FAULT DIAGNOSIS system to locate faults in engine.Select Advantages comapany can have by using the expert system
    • A. 

      An expert system can be available 24 hours a day 365 days a year.

    • B. 

      Expert systems contain the knowledge of many human experts.

    • C. 

      Documentation - An expert system can provide permanent documentation of the decision process where human need time to do so , even Training of new human experts will be easy

    • D. 

      Production will be Faster with less chances of errors in finish product

    • E. 

      No need for humans resource quality insurance

  • 4. 
    Mr Abdullah owns a car engine manufacturing  factory in south wales, they develop spare parts and compelete car engines. factory has 4 Human expert to test the final product, They use there years of experience to do so.Mr abdullah's som the director of the comapny decided to use CAR FAULT DIAGNOSIS system to locate faults in engine.Select  3 disadvantage of using expert system 
    • A. 

      Human experts got a wide range of sensory experience where expert systems are currently dependent on symbolic input.

    • B. 

      Human experts automatically adapt to changing environments where expert systems must be updated.

    • C. 

      Boring in usage no new task in it

    • D. 

      Expert system follow rules these dont have common sense like humans

  • 5. 
    All the knowledge we obtain from Books ,  surrooundings is known as ____________ knowledge
  • 6. 
    All the knowledge we gain from experience or judgment or through performance. In contrast to the text book knowledge, with a fact that its discussed rarely as wellis largely individualistic is known as _______________ knowledge
  • 7. 
    In Mineral prospecting system it gather input data directly from sensors placed in a particular sites Select  expected input data a mineral prospecting systen obtain . select one choice
    • A. 

      Soil type, soil chemical formation , density of earth, contents in soil, water proportion

    • B. 

      Animals avaiable in the area

    • C. 

      Poplation capacity of the area

  • 8. 
    The diagram shows the process activity in an Plant identification expert system explain the daigram stated below Read the answers carefuly and select all options which covers expert system functionality
    • A. 

      Human expert enter all the facts and rules in knowledge base time to time .normal user using interface answer multipule questions drived by explanation system .answers are taken in inferece engine for possible matches based on forward and backword chaining .if any further question and answering is required explanations system display it on screen using user interface.if any new facts or information which is not avaiable in knowledge based is finded through knowledge base editor it is interted in KBS

    • B. 

      User enter information through user interface and taken into explanation system to be stored as facts and when users ask for facts its will be drived by inference engine to display on screen where as when ever user needs any knowledge it will be obtained from knowledge editor

    • C. 

      None of above

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