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<p>The implementation of knowledge-based (KB) software using traditional languages and hardware is shown. Some techniques that need to be added to the programmer's tool kit for successful construction of KB systems using procedural languages are demonstrated. The discussion covers: reasoning and inferencing; procedural flow of control; basic data structures; explanation facilities; certainty factors; and procedural logic differences.</p>
C.W. Butler, E.D. Hodil, G.L. Richardson, "Building Knowledge-Based Systems with Procedural Languages", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 3, no. , pp. 47-59, Summer 1988, doi:10.1109/64.2105
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