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expert systems Computer programs built for commercial application using the programming techniques of artificial intelligence, especially those techniques developed for problem solving. Expert systems have been built for a variety of purposes including medical diagnosis, electronic fault finding, mineral prospecting, and computer-system configuration. See also knowledge base, inference engine.
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