Re: [CCCure CISSP] Software Development Security question
I agree with the members as well - Aknowledge base can consist of "IF/THEN" rules, prompts or control statements. Expert systems with knowledge represented in "IF/THEN" rule format are
rule based systems. The inference engine makes inferences by examining
which one of the rules based on certain criteria, to be processed and can lead to certain output and/or result(s).
Correct Answer and Explanation: D.
Knowledge base consists of “if/then” statements
Knowledge Base is actually a collection of if/then rules. These
rules/knowledge base are based on expert opinions and other expert data
sources. An inference engine goes through each of these rules and fires the
one if it finds a match.
Forward Chaining is when the inference engine starts going through rules
without any premise like if the computer is on, and step by step to the
Backward chaining is when it assumes a premise as in if it knows a probable
issue and tries to validate if that is the one. example the
premise/assumption is DNS server is unreachable. So it starts going