Strategic planning for DFAS-Cleveland expert systems
Schwarz, Frederick J.
Bui, Tung X.
Griesser, John W.
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Managing expert system development is complicated by fear of the unknown - a new technology and a new approach to problem solving. This thesis proposes a scenario approach to expert system technology planning for the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Cleveland. The intuitive logic method used in this study suggests four scenarios that would progressively take place over time. Ultimately, the expert system technology at DFAS-Cleveland would move towards an open system architecture environment. Expert systems would be run on a network of distributed systems with micro-mainframe connectivity.
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