On Design and Development of QLIFEX: An Expert System for Social Area
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Irena Atanasova: Department of Informatics, South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria & Faculty of Economics, University of Pardubice, Pardubice, Czech Republic
International Journal of Applied Behavioral Economics (IJABE), 2015, vol. 4, issue 2, 16-35
This article presents an architectural framework of an expert system in the social area domain, and describes the design and the process of development of the expert system. The designed system is intended for the evaluation of quality of life (QL). The development of expert system for quality of life evaluation is a new information technology derived from artificial intelligence research. The new expert system will contain knowledge about sets of factors and indicators, which may be used for quality of life measure, as followings: equal protection by the law; freedom from discrimination; right to be treated equally without regard to gender, race, language, religion, political beliefs, etc. Details of the expert system for quality of life evaluation, its basic modules, design and some implementation details are also explained. The system uses the vast database and the knowledge acquired from social experts. The system is being developed in C Language Integrated Production System CLIPS. The expert system, described in this paper, is called QLIFEX, and it has already been designed so it uses the same knowledge for the following function: to provide expert evaluation for quality of life in the social area. The knowledge for the expert system will be acquired from domain experts, texts and other related sources.
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