There are two inference methods, namely forward chaining or data driven reasoning, as well as backward chaining
or goal driven reasoning.
Evidences can be generated from attack scenario using forward and Backward chaining
phases adopted from inferring scenarios with S-TLC .
Porsteinsson and Siguroardottir (2007) used backward chaining
to teach a 55-year old woman with chronic aphasia to read compound Icelandic words.
Corvid supports both data-driven forward chaining and goal-driven backward chaining
, allowing the problem to be broken into small discrete parts and facilitating faster structured development.
The nonlinear transformation involved in computing successive FCM states and the process of reversing the matrix multiplication make the backward chaining
An inference BRE is an intelligent rule engine, based on specific algorithms, and ideally supports both forward and backward chaining
Forward chaining involves learning the sequence of component steps gradually and in their natural order, whereas backward chaining
involves learning the sequence of component steps gradually but in their reverse order.
The LIFE Program uses task analyses for all tasks that detail the type of instruction (total task presentation, backward chaining
, forward chaining, clustering, time delay with whole task instruction, and experiential).
Forward and backward chaining
are search techniques used in "if-then" rule systems.
For example, PROLOG employs backward chaining
, CLIPS employs forward chaining, and MYCIN uses modus ponens and backward chaining
If the possible results are known and if they are reasonably small in number, backward chaining
is very efficient .
Enhanced Rules Logic - this technical preview supports the use of "goal-seeking" logic within rules applications through support for backward chaining