The Credit Act Advisory System (CAAS) : conversion from an expert system prototype to a C++ commercial system
Vossos, George, Zeleznikow, John, Moore, Allan, & Hunter, Dan (1993) The Credit Act Advisory System (CAAS) : conversion from an expert system prototype to a C++ commercial system. In ICAIL '93 Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, ACM, pp. 180-183.
CAAS is a rule-based expert system, which provides advice on the Victorial Credit Act 1984. It is currently in commercial use, and has been developed in conjunction with a law firm. It uses an object-oriented hybrid reasoning approach. The system was initially prototyped using the expert system shell NExpert Object, and was then converted into the C++ language. In this paper we describe the advantages that this methodology has, for both commercial and research development.
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