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  • 1. An Expert System For Diagnosing Eye Diseases Using CLIPS Associate Prof., Samy S. Abu Naser, Abu Zaiter A. Ola
  • 2. Content • • • • • • • • Introduction Function of the System Knowledge Base Inference Engine User Interface CLIPS Conclusion Reference
  • 3. Introduction (Human EYE) ● EYE is the vision sensor of the human body. ● There are many eye diseases. ● EYE act as a tunnel to the inner body.
  • 4. Introduction (Medical Expert System) ● Computer-based methods are increasingly used to improve the quality of medical services. ● Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the area of computer science focusing on creating machines that can engage on behaviors that humans consider intelligent.
  • 5. Function Of the System Knowledge Base Inference Engine User interface
  • 6. Knowledge Base (defrule Discharge_from_the_Eye3 (ifYesNochoise2 yes)=> (printout t crlf crlf crlf" You are suffering from Bacterial Conjunctivitis OR blepharitis.. "
  • 7. Inference Engine ● An inference engine interprets and evaluates the facts in the knowledge base in order to provide an answer. ● The inference engine enables the expert system to draw deductions from the rules in the KB
  • 8. User Interface ● Communication between the user and the system is done through the user interface
  • 9. CLIPS ● Expert system tool which provides a complete environment for the construction of rule and/or object based expert systems. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Knowledge Representation Portability Extensibility Interactive Development Verification/Validation Fully Documented Low Cost
  • 10. Conclusion ● The proposed system can help doctors and patients in providing ● decision support system, ● interactive training tool ● expert advice. ● Currently system covers few number of eye diseases and expect to cover all the identified eye diseases in the future.
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