Case-Based Reasoning and the Statistical Challenges II

  title={Case-Based Reasoning and the Statistical Challenges II},
  author={Petra Perner},
  • P. Perner
  • Published in ICMMI 2013
  • Computer Science
Case-based reasoning (CBR) solves problems using the already stored knowledge, and captures new knowledge, making it immediately available for solving the next problem. Therefore, CBR can be seen as a method for problem solving, and also as a method to capture new experience and make it immediately available for problem solving. The CBR paradigm has been originally introduced by the cognitive science community. The CBR community aims to develop computer models that follow this cognitive process… 

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