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Some applicants are placed on a waiting list, and a select few of these are later offered a place, to ensure a good mix and fill any late vacancies that arise. A simplified diagram of the admissions system is shown in Figure 1. In what follows, the admissions tutor's recommendation is referred to as the final decision. The whole system places a substantial administrative load on the admissions tutor and the assistant. It was thought that an expert system might be useful to reduce some of this load and additionally standardize the decision-making.
6. K. FORDYCE, P. NORDEN and G . SULLIVAN (1987) Review of expert systems for the management science practitioner. Interfaces 17, 64-77 . 7. P. N. FINLAY and M. KING (1989) Experiences in developing an expert system for MBA admissions . J. opt Res. Soc. 40, forthcoming. 8. M. KING (1988) A framework for tea ching OR techniques. J. opt Res. Soc. 39, 1087-1093 . 44 Copyright © 1989 Operational Research Society Ltd Experiences in Developing an Expert System for MBA Admissions PAUL N. FINLAY and MALCOLM KING Loughborough University of Technology An expert system to assist in admitt ing students onto a part-time postgraduate course has been developed through three phases, using an expert systems shell.
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