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NCJ Number: 119070 Find in a Library
Title: Development of Integrated Criminal Justice Expert System Applications
Journal: Journal of Forensic Identification  Volume:39  Issue:5  Dated:(September-October 1989)  Pages:293-301
Author(s): F J Rodgers; K J Lynch
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 8
Type: Issue Overview
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This article examines artificial intelligence techniques, and the need to define an integrated expandable structure that capitalizes on the significant investment in existing systems and technologies.
Abstract: Artificial intelligence techniques are considered extremely valuable for effective law enforcement through the next decade. On a national and international level, the use of computer technology in the criminal justice system today is characterized by a large number of complex systems, large data stores with redundant and sometimes conflicting information of varying quality, little integration among systems, and poor support of the life-cycle from the initial crime report to final adjudication. Benefits of standardizing technology to interface with commercial systems are discussed in terms of architecture, cost savings, expert system technology, and expert system applications. 30 references.
Main Term(s): Computer aided operations; Technical evolution
Index Term(s): Criminal justice information systems
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