Knowledge Systems

knowledge in various domains to support decision-making, problem-solving, and automation. These systems are designed to capture and represent knowledge in a structured format, enabling the retrieval and utilization of this knowledge as needed.


  • Knowledge systems typically consist of knowledge representation, storage, retrieval, reasoning, and inference mechanisms to handle and process information effectively.
  • They play a crucial role in fields such as Expert Systems, Artificial Intelligence, and cognitive science, providing a means to formalize, store, and apply knowledge in specific problem domains.
  • Knowledge systems are often used in medical diagnosis, industrial production, troubleshooting, and other complex domains where access to specialized knowledge and decision support is essential.
  • The development and maintenance of knowledge systems often involve interdisciplinary efforts, combining expertise in computer science, domain-specific knowledge, and cognitive psychology.