Alloying elements in steel by Edgar Collins Bain, Harold W Paxton

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Each of the user actions is represented in the model by one or more production rules, expressed as a pre-condition on when the rule can be "fired" and a post-condition on what the effect will be if the rule is fired. The pre- and post-conditions are recorded in a table showing the values of state variables under which each condition is satisfied. tex t selected! chec king selec tion ! spell checking spell' f~~: ' false , ft~~S: The first line of the rule is the pre-condition which states that the rule fires when both 'test selected' and 'spell checking' are false (and 'checking selection' may have any value).

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