RFI - Rule sets - pre-built - domain-specific foundation rules - availability or contacts

Eric Marceau (marceau@nortelnetworks.com)
Wed, 24 Nov 1999 19:41:28 +0100 (MET)

I am looking for pre-built libraries of rule sets appropriate to
specific technical domains. My view is that availability of
such ready-to-use rule sets would:

- accelerate the use of the technology
- standardize the approach to knowledge classification and attributes
- facilitate the overall discussion of management of knowledge
characterization such as hypothesis, scenario, proposal, confirmed,
dated, obsolete and the life-cycle management of knowledge base items.
- reduce the effort to advance beyond the technology assimilation into
the technology application phase

My particular interests are manifold, but specifically relate to two
career interests:

- computing system status and performance monitoring (currently in
Design-to-Manufacturing IS)
- manufacturing engineering process planning (past carreer and hopefully
future return)

I would appreciate any hints as to sources/contacts for such rule sets
which are either

- available now
- under development and seeking end-user reality check

Thank you,
Eric Marceau
marceau@nortelnetworks.com

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