27 – Case-Based Reasoning

@inproceedings{Tsatsoulis200027C,
  title={27 – Case-Based Reasoning},
  author={Costas Tsatsoulis and Andrew B. Williams},
  year={2000}
}
Publisher Summary Case-based reasoning (CBR) is both a problem-solving methodology and a theory of reasoning and memory that is based on how humans reason from experience. A CBR system is an intelligent, problem-solving system that reasons by first retrieving a relevant prior case from its memory of cases and then adapting the solution of the old case (situation) to solve the new problem. Several commercial CBR applications have been developed in recent years for internal company use and for… CONTINUE READING

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