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Reviewer Rob Slade wrote:
This book is not so much about computer network management as about expert
systems and case-based reasoning. The background and fundamentals, as well as
an overview of the problems and difficulties, of these two fields of artificial
intelligence are presented in chapters two and three. Chapter four looks at
some established software systems that use CBR.
Lewis does, then, move on to review computer network management systems which
use CBR techniques. A number of problem areas in network management are
raised, but at this point, the material seems to be more of an overview of the
software's capabilities, rather than any discussion of network management as
such, or the application of case-based reasoning to the problem.
copyright Robert M. Slade, 1996
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