Freiling and Niwa
Knowledge Engineering and Management
System Networked Advisor Program, SNAP, is a system level troubleshooting Expert System, currently under development. We propose to develop a prototype portion of SNAP to be used in field services on troubleshooting the disk subsystem. This subsystem provides a reasonable "stepping stone" for introducing expert system technology into production. The knowledge base will contain structural and functional representations of the computer configuration. SNAP provides the troubleshooter to replace the appropriate faculty past, or suggests alternate configurations to further narrow the number of fault candidates.
Doumani, Alex; Martin, Bob; Ritter, Russ; and Spurgin, Kerry, "SNAP - System Networked Advisor Program - A Diagnostics
Advisor for System-Level Troubleshooting" (1990). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 480.