The PESKI Intelligent User Interface.
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
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Generic expert systems are reasoning systems that can be used in many application domains, thus requiring application domain independence. The user interface for a generic expert system must contain an intelligence in order to maintain this domain independence and manage the complex interactions between the user and generic expert system. This paper explores the uncertainty-based reasoning contained in an intelligent user interface called GESIA. GESIAs interface architecture and dynamically constructed Bayesian network are examined in detail to show how uncertainty-based reasoning enhances the capabilities of this generic expert system user interface.