An Interactive Environment for the Development of an Expert System in ZOG
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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ZOG is a rapid-response, large-network, menu-selection human-computer interface implemented on the PERQ microcomputer. This thesis develops a framework for and discusses issues relative to implementing the OPS7 expert system language as an interactive programming environment in ZOG. It begins by tracing the history of ZOGs frame structure are explained. A discussion of the expert system language used in ZOG, OPS7, is presented to acquaint the reader with its character. The subnet schemes required to run an OPS7 style interpreter agent are developed and the users perspective of the agent is presented. Finally, recommendations for future work in this area are made. Additional keywords Management information systems, Shipboard aircraft carriers, AIRPLAN rule based expert system, Programming languages.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware