Validation Methods and Tools for Knowledge-Based Systems (VALID).
Conference: Wissensbasierte Systeme, 3. Internationaler GI-Kongress, München, 16./17. Oktober 1989, Proceedings
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ABSTRACT: The authors propose a common terminology for the verification, validation, and testing (VVT) of knowledge-based systems. The authors' goal is to reach a broad consensus in the VVT community and make the field transparent to nonspecialists. Since terminology needs to evolve and cannot be prescribed normatively, the terminology presented should be considered a proposal that takes into account the purpose of quality assurance methods. Definitions for a small number of general terms, on the basis of which specific VVT problems can be classified according to their specific features, are presented. The meanings of the terms verification, validation, testing, and evaluation are listed, and their relation to classical software engineering terms is discussedIEEE Expert 07/1993; 8(3):48-55. DOI:10.1109/64.215222
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ABSTRACT: Validation and verification of expert systems or knowledge-based systems is a critical issue in the development and deployment of robust systems. This article is a comprehensive survey of the developments and trends in this field. More than 300 references are included in the References and Additional Readings at the end of article.Applied Intelligence 12/1993; 3(4):343-363. DOI:10.1007/BF00872136 · 1.85 Impact Factor
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