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|Title: ||DESIGNING EXPERT SYSTEMS IN A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT|
|Authors: ||Clifford, James|
Lucas, Henry C. , Jr.
|Issue Date: ||May-1985 |
|Publisher: ||Stern School of Business, New York University|
|Series/Report no.: ||IS-85-62|
|Abstract: ||The integration of an ES into a business environment presents a
different set of problems to the designer. First, it can be difficult to
isolate and draw boundaries around the domain of the business problem.
Second, there is often a need to generate a large number of expert
decisions in a short period of time. That is, there can be many
transactions requiring some expertise to process, such as applications
for life insurance. Finally, there may exist a number of computerized
transactions processing systems which interact with very large databases
and there may be a need to integrate the ES with these existing systems.
This paper discusses these general issues involved in developing expert
systems for business applications, with particular examples drawn from
the domain of insurance underwriting.|
|Appears in Collections:||IOMS: Information Systems Working Papers|
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