Implementation expert system of personality disorder diagnosis using the Dempster Shafer method
AbstractExpert system is a computer system that accommodates thought, the science of an expert in a particular field to present the knowledge possessed by an expert so that non-experts can do it. Life problems experienced by someone sometimes make the person experience health problems that are classified into physical health and mental health. If you experience physical health problems, the disorder is a pain will be seen by the eyes, while if mental health is disturbed not everyone knows that someone is likely to experience interference in his soul. The research fort this time will take the topic of Personality Disorder in someone who involves a psychologist as an expert in the field of human psychology that provides information on personality disorders. Researchers involved psychology books, namely DSM-V and the PPDGJ III as references. This final project will implement the Dempster Shafer method. The system will display symptoms of Personality Disorder. In the system will be built personality disorders have the value of certain symptoms, so it can provide information to the general public about personality disorder and know the level of trust in someone have personality disorder. Keywords: Expert System, Personality Disorder, Dempster Shafe
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