Development of a maintenance advisor expert system for the MK 92 MOD 2 Fire Control System: FC-1 Designation - Time, FC-1 Track - Bearing, Elevation and Range, and FC-2 Track - Bearing, Elevation and Range
Lewis, Clinton Dean
Kamel, Magdi N.
McCaffrey, Martin J.
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The MK 92 MOD 2 Fire Control System (FCS) is a fast reaction, lightweight, low manned, high performance multi-function fire control system that gives a ship all the combat functions required for independent tactical operation. The MK 92 MOD 2 FCS Maintenince Advisor Expert System (MAES) was proposed to assist Fire Control technicians in the troubleshooting of this complex fire control system. This thesis addresses the development of a fully functional prototype expert system that provides troubleshooting expertise for performance parameter deficiencies noted in the Daily System Operability Test (DSOT). Specific issues covered include: scope of the project, project background, the expert system development life cycle, hardware and software selection, knowledge acquisition, knowledge representation, knowledge implementation and lessons learned in the process.
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