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Authors: Gavarini, Carlo* 
Padula, Antonio* 
Title: AMADEUS 3.0: a new Knowledge Based System for the Assessment of Earthquake damaged Buildings
Issue Date: 28-Aug-1994
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Keywords: Assessment of Earthquake damaged Buildings
Knowledge based systems
Fuzzy Logic
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.06. Seismology::04.06.11. Seismic risk 
Abstract: The knowledge-base of the new AMADEUS is reconstructed through the use of the Fuzzy Set Theory, that permits to formalize the procedures in a non-deterministic way. The uncertainty and the imprecision of the gathered data are managed with techniques typical to Fuzzy Logic. Moreover, the System permits the user to modify the same knowledge-base or to insert new bases and to use then the most appropriate one in specific situations. The gathered data, as well as the results of the evaluations, are loaded on data-bases and they can be used successively for further elaborations and/or new evaluations with different knowledge-bases.
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