Multiple-classification ripple-down rules

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Multiple-classification ripple-down rules (MCRDR) is an incremental knowledge acquisition technique which preserves the benefits and essential strategy of ripple-down rules (RDR) in handling the multiple classifications. MCRDR, the extension of RDR, is based on the assumption that the knowledge an expert provides is essentially a justification for a conclusion in a particular context.[1]

Implementations[edit]

Below is a list of implementations of MCRDR

  • The alpha version of RDR(MCRDR) Framework was developed by UNSW and UTAS Research Team and funded by ARC (System available at BESTRDR)
  • RDR(MCRDR) document classifier was developed by Dr.Yang Sok Kim and AProf.Byeong Ho Kang (System available at BESTRDR)
  • RDR(MCRDR) smart expert system was developed by UTAS Research Team and funded by Hyundai Steel.
  • Pacific Knowledge Systems (PKS) uses a commercial product called RippleDown Expert that is based on Multiple Classification Ripple Down Rules
  • Medscope Medication Review Mentor uses Multiple Classification Ripple Down Rules to identify adverse drug interactions with a patient's medicines regimen

BEST RDR Warehouse[edit]

BEST-RDR (Best Expert System Technique – Ripple Down Rule) website is freely accessible RDR publication and system warehouse that helps you to find programs and publications about RDR. A great amount of publications and programs based on RDR (MCRDR) are available to public.

What functions are available in the BEST RDR?

  1. BEST-RDR website provides detailed explanation of what the RDR and MCRDR are
  2. BEST-RDR provides every RDR(MCRDR) publication details from 1987–2013.
  3. BEST-RDR provides sources of various RDR(MCRDR) based system for download

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ B.Kang, P. Compton and P.Preston (1995). "Multiple classification ripple down rules: evaluation and possibilities". In The 9th Knowledge Acquisition for Knowledge Based Systems Workshop.
  • "BEST RDR (Best Expert System Technique Ripple Down Rules)". RDR systems and publications available. Retrieved February 15, 2013.
  • B.Kang, P. Compton and P.Preston (1995). "Multiple classification ripple down rules: evaluation and possibilities". In The 9th Knowledge Acquisition for Knowledge Based Systems Workshop.
  • H.Yoon, SC.Han, BH.Kang and SB.Park (2012). "V&V to Use Agile Approach in ES Development: Why RDR Works for Expert System Developments!. Computer Applications for Software Engineering". Disaster Recovery, and Business Continuity.CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link)