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Expert systems in agriculture

  1. 1. EXPERT SYSTEMS IN AGRICULTURE By Maryam Hazman, PhD Deputy Director Central Laboratory of Agricultural Expert System, ARC Scientific Research Group in Egypt SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  2. 2. Scientific Research Group in Egypt www.egyptscience.net
  3. 3. Agenda  Artificial Intelligence  Expert System  Diagnostic Expert System  Expert System in Agriculture  Expert System Application  Decision Support Tool  Community Knowledge Share Tool  Automatic Control  Conclusion SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  4. 4. Artificial Intelligence  Artificial intelligence (AI) is the study of how computers can simulate, to some extent, human activities such as thinking, perceiving, learning and acting.  AI systems are designed to mimic the human capabilities of thinking and sensing. SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  5. 5. Expert System  Expert system (ES) is a branch of Artificial Intelligence that uses knowledge and problem solving techniques. SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  6. 6.  Expert System is designed to hold the accumulated knowledge of one or more domain experts. It simulates the problem solving behavior of an expert in a narrow domain Expert System SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  7. 7. Diagnostic Expert System SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  8. 8. Diagnostic Expert System SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  9. 9. Diagnostic Expert System SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  10. 10. Diagnostic Expert System SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  11. 11. Diagnostic Expert System SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  12. 12. Expert Systems in Agriculture  Expert systems can be used as an effective tool for knowledge documentation, transfer and sharing.  Gap of knowledge between researchers and academics and extension or field workers or growers. SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  13. 13. Expert System Application  Decision support tool.  Community knowledge share tool.  Automatic control. SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  14. 14. Decision Support Tool  Plant Farm Management:  Varity selection  Agricultural Practices: Land Preparation, Planting, Plant Care, Fertilization, Irrigation, Harvest  Animal Farm Management:  Caring, Feeding  Diagnosis and Treatment (Plant, Animal) SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  15. 15. Barely Varity Selection Back SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  16. 16. Wheat Fertilization Back SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  17. 17. Wheat Irrigation Back SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  18. 18. Poultry Caring Back SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  19. 19. Rice Treatment SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  20. 20. Community Knowledge Share Tool SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  21. 21. Community Knowledge Share Tool  Each expert builds his/her own system.  Diagnosis specific disorders group. SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  22. 22. Community Knowledge Share Tool SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  23. 23. Automatic Control  Develop machine that eliminate red palm weevil based on expert systems technology.  Control irrigation using an embedded expert system. SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  24. 24.  Expert systems overcomes the aforementioned problems:  Integration of knowledge and experiences of different specialties.  Integration of information sources such as images, videos.  The undocumented experience and knowledge.  The lack of experts to support agricultural growers .  Updating information (pesticides). Conclusion SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  25. 25. Conclusion Expert System can  Use as a tool for organizing researchers knowledge.  Use as a knowledge transfer and sharing tool.  Use as a training tool.  Use as a Decision support tool for assisting extension officers and growers in their job.  Allow environmentally and socially complementary control to be used in production agriculture SRGE 08/04/2014 – Egypt
  26. 26. Thanks

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