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forward chaining

In artificial intelligence (AI)systems, forward chaining refers to a scenario where the AI has been provided with a specific problem must "work forwards" to figure out how to solve the set problem. To do this, the AI would look back through the rule-based system to find the "if" rules and determine which rules to use.

See also rule-based system.
Contrast with backward chaining
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