Expert assistants - productivity to the power of ...!

  • Sylvia Willie Queensland University of Technology

Abstract

Expert Assistants, a type of Expert System, can improve productivity where learning time in a job is longer than a day or two. They can profitably be used to provide a new employee with the knowledge accumulated by their predecessor over a period of months or years. Development time using current shells is cost effective. The objectives of this paper are to give the reader (a) an appreciation of the functionality of an expert assistant, (b) a basic understanding of the potential for productivity enhancement from such a system, and (c) an appreciation of the possible extensions to general training systems.

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Published
1990-12-01
How to Cite
Willie, S. (1990). Expert assistants - productivity to the power of .!. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 6(2). https://doi.org/10.14742/ajet.2325