Learning in an Introductory Expert Systems Course
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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The first author, a graduate student in computer science, had just completed an introductory knowledge-based systems course taught by the other, a professor of computer science, when they read a recent IEEE Expert article title, 'Teaching an Introductory Course in Expert Systems' (p.59-63, Winter 1986). Because their respective experiences differed substantially from those of the authors of the above article, they describe such a course here as seen primarily through the eyes of the learner. The present authors provide two distinct perspectives. The first shares the student's background, motivations, and expectations, leading to a discussion of what he learned and did not learn during the course. The second (the professor's) comments on overall project and course results, including lessons learned by the professor.
expert systems, computer science education, artificial intelligence
David Warman and Kenneth L. Modesitt (1989).
Learning in an Introductory Expert Systems Course. IEEE Expert.4 (1), 45-49. United States: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
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