Educational Advisor System Implemented by Web-Based Fuzzy Expert Systems


Using of the Internet technology and the field of Fuzzy expert systems has proposed new branches of sharing and distributing knowledge. However, there has been a general lack of investigation in the area of web-based Fuzzy expert systems (FES). In this paper the issues associated with the design, development, and use of web-based FES from a standpoint of the benefits and challenges of developing and using them. The original theory and concepts in conventional FES were reviewed and a knowledge engineering framework for developing them was revisited. Student in an educational place need an educational advisor for solve problems. Some of educational circulars order changing because advisor must update information away. The student's request is linguistic and crisp Expert System cannot solve problems completely. In my approach we build Web-Based Fuzzy Expert System for Student Education Advisor (FES-SEA) and stays in university portal. This system implemented with ASP.NET, SQL-SERVER 2008.

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M. Goodarzi and V. Rafe, "Educational Advisor System Implemented by Web-Based Fuzzy Expert Systems," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 5 No. 7, 2012, pp. 500-507. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2012.57058.

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