Section 4 describes the five PDR modules, including the Expert System Module and Fuzzy Logic Module in more detail.
What does LM stand for?
LM stands for Logic Module
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MI Application Assembler features a set of preconfigured business logic modules to support accessing embedded databases for verifying or retrieving specific data, associating branch logic with answers to specific questions, and formatting for entered data.
SysUpdate's logic module automatically determines which updates are needed and compatible with each machine, taking into account the operating system, applications and updates already installed as well as policy determined by the administrator.
Fuzzy logic modules are embedded in many PLCs and controllers," says Kevin Prouty, research director for AMR Research (Boston, MA), so "people are often using [Al] without realizing it.
The Authoring and Business Logic module is used to design and deploy feedback campaigns through various channels, such as Web site pop-up on entry or exit, e-mail, call center, banner ad or hyperlink, or mobile devices.
Using visual metaphors, the software covers problem solving, dealing with algorithms, basic programming structures, programs composed of a main logic module and sub-modules, testing programs and appropriate internal documentation.