Flexible Control of Case-Based Prediction in the Framework of Possibility Theory

@inproceedings{Dubois2000FlexibleCO,
  title={Flexible Control of Case-Based Prediction in the Framework of Possibility Theory},
  author={Didier Dubois and Eyke H{\"u}llermeier and Henri Prade},
  booktitle={EWCBR},
  year={2000}
}
The “similar problem-similar solution” hypothesis underlying case-based reasoning is modelled in the framework of possibility theory and fuzzy sets. Thus, case-based prediction can be realized in the form of fuzzy set-based approximate reasoning. The inference process makes use of fuzzy rules. It is controlled by means of modifier functions acting on such rules and related similarity measures. Our approach also allows for the incorporation of domain-specific (expert) knowledge concerning the… CONTINUE READING

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