Configuration of personal computer by constraint and rule satisfaction problem approach

Configuration is the process of identifying a list of necessary components to fulfill a customers tailored requirement. Since expert systems for configuration have been developed based on either rules or constraint satisfaction problems with a limited reasoning capability, in reaction we have adopted the Constraint and Rule Satisfaction Problems (CRSP) approach. To solve CRSP, a concurrent, interactive and hybrid reasoning scheme is devised to assist negotiating/reconciling the conflict in goals. This approach is evidenced in the configuration process during personal computer purchase. We found a high potential of CRSP-based expert systems for the configurations aid in the next generation of the intelligent electronic shopping mall.
Publisher
Decision Sciences Institute
Issue Date
1996-06-02
Language
ENG
Citation

First Asian Pacific DSI Conference, pp.725 - 732

URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/6616
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MT-Conference Papers(학술회의논문)
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