Definitions for "Expert system"
A computer that uses a database of knowledge to draw conclusions; an expert system reasons. Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange (EBCDIC) Character-set coding scheme used to represent 256 standard characters.
a computer system that stores expert knowledge in the form of rules. It is a tool that can be used by non-experts to make decisions..
a computer program that displays expertise in a specific domain of knowledge. (325)
Keywords:  monotonic, rms, scheduling, rate
Rate Monotonic Scheduling (RMS)
In network management, a facility of the network management system which enables it to learn from data entered for future network configuration and design.
A term used to identify systems or software that are developed with "expertise" built in. Presented to users as "ready for use". Users should seek information by which to judge the underlying assumptions on which the system is designed, the quality of the data used, and whether all relevant factors were included in the design.
a basic accounting and record-keeping system that tracks daily transactions necessary to conduct business
a software application that guides users through an information analysis process to determine, for example, programme eligibility
an application that guides a relatively naïve user through a series of structured steps to allow them to produce a product equivalent to one produced by an expert. This is done by incorporating expert knowledge in the application. An example of this is the diagnostic expert systems used in some hospitals to help doctors reach a diagnosis.