Dezide White Paper - Capture, Organize and Optimize Expert Knowledge Using Bayesian Belief Networks

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Capturing knowledge in a computer is difficult – making it accessible and useful to others is hard, but it’s exactly in this transformation from tacit to explicit and formalised that we can realise our valuable organizational knowledge and improve efficiency and quality by using it.

This synthesis between human expert knowledge and computers can be enabled by an underlying mathematical model, and if this model is sound, the resulting system can help you fix problems faster and transfer skills easier.

Basically we describe a problem and its solutions using three components:


  • Causes of the problem
  • Observations which may narrow down the potential causes
  • Repair actions which we may perform to  fix the problem


This paper explains how Dezide uses a mathematical model for capturing and sharing expert troubleshooting knowledge.



Kenneth Grindsted
Lead Engineer, Vestas R&D
 
But the really cool thing about Dezide is the patented algorithm that considers causes, probabilities, time and money when making its suggestions for the best corrective action
Dominique Ehrhardt
Group leader Product support and training, Liebherr Group
 
The Liebherr Troubleshoot Advisor designed by Dezide enables technicians to find solutions to their problems by following dynamic guides explained with animations, videos and pictures

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Dezide White Paper

Learn how we utilize the benefits of a sound mathematical model for capturing and optimizing expert troubleshooting knowledge.

CAPTURE TROUBLESHOOTING KNOWLEDGE USING BAYESIAN BELIEF NETWORKS

Capture, Organize and Optimize Expert Knowledge Using Bayesian Belief Networks

Capturing knowledge in a computer is difficult – making it accessible and useful to others is hard, but it’s exactly in this transformation from tacit to explicit and formalised that we can realise our valuable organizational knowledge and improve efficiency and quality by using it.

This paper explains how Dezide uses a mathematical model for capturing and sharing expert troubleshooting knowledge.


Learn how we utilize the benefits of a sound mathematical model for capturing and optimizing expert troubleshooting knowledge.

Learn how we utilize the benefits of a sound mathematical model for capturing and optimizing expert troubleshooting knowledge.