Rajesh, KG (1997) Expert systems: Their implications and applications for power systems. In: IEEE Potentials, 16 (2). pp. 35-37.
Our dependency on the computer has been increasing ever since we recognized its tremendous potential. The ease of using numerical computations has proved a boon in designing complex power systems. Nevertheless, human experience and expertise cannot be incorporated in conventional programs. This has resulted in the emergence of "Artificial Intelligence" (AI), a tradition of research which attempts to emulate the reasoning mechanism in humans. This, in turn, has lead to the field of "Expert Systems" (ES). The success of this venture has provided the replication of human reasoning though restricted to a narrow domain.
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