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Issue No.03 - Fall (1989 vol.4)
pp: 65-76
ABSTRACT
<p>KADBASE, a knowledge-aided database management system prototype, is a flexible interface in which multiple databases and knowledge-aided database systems can communicate as independent, self-descriptive components within a loosely coupled distributed engineering computer system. The authors describe the final architecture of their working prototype, demonstrate its use in engineering applications, and provide examples from two civil engineering knowledge-based systems: SPEX, a structural component design system, and HICOST, a building-cost estimator.</p>
CITATION
H. Craig Howard, Daniel R. Rehak, "KADBASE: Interfacing Expert Systems with Databases", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.4, no. 3, pp. 65-76, Fall 1989, doi:10.1109/64.43271
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