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Articles by Y.C. Alicia Tang
Total Records ( 3 ) for Y.C. Alicia Tang
  N.H. Abdul Hamid , A. Ahmad , M.S. Ahmad , Y.C. Alicia Tang and A. Mustapha
  Simulation is a way of doing thought experiments besides the deduction and induction methods. Agent-based Simulation (ABS) falls under the domain of artificial intelligence when agent is used to perform certain tasks such as behaviour prediction, optimization of functions or time-constrained work-flow management. This work discussed the use of ABS on a computational normative framework based on a set of empirical characteristics that influence agents’ performance in time-constrained environment. The ABS simulates a domain called the Examination Preparation and Moderation Process (EPMP) which entails document submission processes with deadlines. The simulation is conducted in six different environments and the results of the agent performance in each environment are presented and discussed. The results indicate that the simulation conducted in the EPMP is suitable and effective for evaluating normative agent-based systems.
  Y.C. Alicia Tang
  Qualitative Reasoning (QR) about physical system is one of the most active research areas in Artificial Intelligence (AI) in recent years. We believe that the part taking of qualitative reasoning will help to expand artificial intelligence application in new domains such as those that are highly qualitative in nature and the development of articulate software. Educational software using qualitative model can offer high interactivity rather than merely a static content-driven tool. With this, educational software can be made more engaging and interesting. As a result, the practical value of qualitative reasoning is significantly increased in the development of Intelligent Tutoring Systems. This study reviews three prominent ontologies for QR. The suitability of applying qualitative reasoning for building intelligent educational software was also discussed.
  Y.C. Alicia Tang , Assyanur Nasyrah Ishak and Lin-Sin Tan
  Now-a-days, many organizations have tried to obtain ISO 9001:2000 certification. This International Standard promotes the adoption of a process approach in order to enhance customer satisfaction by meeting customer requirements. This process approach is used in the time of developing, implementing and improving the effectiveness of a Quality Management System (QMS). This study discusses the development of an expert system for the QMS document management and internal quality audits. The costly and time consuming steps to attain the ISO 9001:2000 status, which at the present moment is carried out by quality auditors, has inspired us to develop an expert system that will be able to mimic the role of the auditors. This expert system will be useful for the initial stage of the certification process, the document management or termed as adequacy auditing stage. It is believed that, by using the system, the process of the ISO Certification could speed up. Adding to that, the system is capable of providing suggestions and advices just like a consultant would. The software languages used are AMZI! Prolog and Microsoft Visual Basic.
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