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Step 5. Since the current goal object H is different from the initial goal object J, we ask the user for a value for the current goal object H. Suppose that no value is given for object H, so we go to Step 6. • Step 6. The current goal object H is not the same as the initial goal object J. Then, the previous goal object J is now designated as the current goal object and is eliminated from PreviousGoals. Thus PreviousGoals = ¢ and we now go to Step 2. • Step 2. We look for an active rule that includes the current goal object J.

Thus, any infeasible value must be eliminated from the lists of objectvalues in order to prevent the inference engine from reaching inconsistent conclusions. 14 Infeasible values. 13. Then the inference engine will conclude the following: 1. The first two rules imply that A -=I- T, because A = T always leads to inconsistent conclusions. Therefore, the value A = T should be automatically eliminated from the list of feasible values for A. Since A is binary, then A = F (the only possible value). 2.

The current goal object K is not the same as the initial goal object M. Then, the previous goal object M is now designated as the current goal object and is eliminated from PreviousGoals. Thus PreviousGoals = ¢ and we now go to Step 2. • Step 2. We look for an active rule that includes the current goal object M. Rule 6 is found, so we go to Step 3. • Step 3. Since K = true and L now go to Step 6. = true, then M = true by Rule 6. We 44 2. Rule-Based Expert Systems • Step 6. The current goal object M is the same as the initial goal object.

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