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Diﬀerent KR systems may be able to deal with non-monotonic changes in the knowledge being represented, but the basic assumption has been that change, if present, is the exception rather than the rule. Two other major declarative KR formalisms are production systems and database systems. Production systems allow for the simple and natural expression of IF-THEN rules. However, these systems have been shown to be quite restrictive when applied to large problems, as there is no ordering of the rules, and inferences cannot be constrained away from those dealing only with the objects of interest.
Support modeling and analysis. 13. Data access. 14. Standalone, integration and Web-based. 1 Classiﬁcation of DSS There is no universally accepted classiﬁcation of DSS. Diﬀerent authors propose diﬀerent classiﬁcations. Using the relationship with the user as the criterion, H¨ aettenschwiler (1999) diﬀerentiates passive, active, and cooperative DSS. A passive DSS is a system that aids the process of decision making, but that cannot bring out explicit decision suggestions or solutions. An active DSS can bring out such decision suggestions or solutions.
If the partition rules guarantee that an object cannot be in both classes, then the partition is called a disjoint partition. If the partition rules ensure that every concrete object in the superclass is an instance of at least one of the partition classes, then the partition is called an exhaustive partition. Objects in the ontology can be described by assigning attributes to them. Each attribute has at least a name and a value, and is used to store information that is speciﬁc to the object it is attached to.