By G. Menges, N. Hövelmanns, E. Baur (auth.), Georg Menges, Norbert Hövelmanns, Erwin Baur (eds.)

The current quantity includes edited models of the communications offered at a global Workshop on "Expert platforms in construction Engineering", held in Spa, Belgium, in 1986. Introductory papers on man made Intelligence and professional platforms are complemented through case stories of specialist platforms in perform, essentially, within the sector of Mechanical Engineering and discussions of the probabilities and the restrictions of professional Systems.

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Even literals can be seen as objects the expression 3 + 4 is the message + send with the parameter 4 to the object named 3, which will return an object named 7. This uniform view of system behaviour on every level (even the program and the user are objects which exchange messages) is a very flexible tool for the construction of programs. Starting with the basic objects which are defined by the system the programmer is able to create new classes (or objects) for building up his own programming environment, whose usage is in no respect different from systemdefined entities.

The success of Small talk and its implementation make it probable that the attribute "object-oriented" will become a catchword in discussions about language concepts, systems and architectures in the coming years. 4. Functional programming Functional programming is based on John McCarthy's work on nonnumeric computation published in 1960. T. in 1962. LISP ist a LISt Processing programming language with extensive support of functional programming; i t is not a pure functional language though, since quite a few concepts of imperative languages are included in its implementation.

The use of similarity relations in order to express the fit of an observed fact with its description in the knowledge base. Definition: A similarity relation is a fuzzy relation RS (') which is reflexive, symmetrical, and max-min transitive. 2. linguistic approximation has been used to express fuzzy sets which have been determined in the expert system as close as possible to natural language vocabulary. In both cases a normal inference engine based on dual logic or other dichotomous approaches will not be able to process the available information.

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