Feature Weighting by Explaining Case-Based Problem Solving Episodes

@inproceedings{MuozAvila1996FeatureWB,
  title={Feature Weighting by Explaining Case-Based Problem Solving Episodes},
  author={Hector Mu{\~n}oz-Avila and Jochem H{\"u}llen},
  year={1996}
}
We present a similarity criterion based on feature weighting. Feature weights are recomputed dynamically according to the performance of cases during problem solving episodes. We will also present a novel algorithm to analyze and explain the performance of the retrieved cases and to determine the features whose weights need to be recomputed. We will perform experiments and show that the integration in a feature weighting model of our similarity criterion with our analysis algorithm improves the… CONTINUE READING

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