Demonstration of expert systems to aircraft accident investigation

Milosovski, G, Bil, C, Simon, P and Cosevski, M 2008, 'Demonstration of expert systems to aircraft accident investigation', Mechanical Engineering - Scientific Journal, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 97-105.


Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Demonstration of expert systems to aircraft accident investigation
Author(s) Milosovski, G
Bil, C
Simon, P
Cosevski, M
Year 2008
Journal name Mechanical Engineering - Scientific Journal
Volume number 27
Issue number 2
Start page 97
End page 105
Total pages 9
Publisher SS Cyril and Methodi University
Abstract Research is being conducted at the RMIT University on the Improvement of Aircraft Accident Investigation through Expert Systems. The outcome of this research presented in this paper is a novel investigation tool in the form of a data mining method designed towards giving aircraft accident investigators improved utilization of forensic data. The tool, named GP1020, is primarily a data sorting tool that sifts through a huge amount of data, namely those regarding aircraft accidents/incidents and investigations conducted including a number of causal factors for accidents/incidents associated with their consistent evidence. The GP1020 program interface asks the user a treebased set of questions related to conditions of wreckage, accident site and other circumstances relevant to accidents/incidents. Given enough information, the program is capable of narrowing down all known possibilities to indicate the most probable cause(s) of the accident/incident.
Subject Information Systems Development Methodologies
Aerospace Engineering not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) expert systems
aircraft accident investigation
Copyright notice SIAA 2008
ISSN 1857-5293
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