From Anomaly Reports to Cases

  title={From Anomaly Reports to Cases},
  author={Stewart Massie and Nirmalie Wiratunga and Susan Craw and Alessandro Donati and Emmanuel Vicari},
Creating case representations in unsupervised textual case-based reasoning applications is a challenging task because class knowledge is not available to aid selection of discriminatory features or to evaluate alternative system design configurations. Representation is considered as part of the development of a tool, called CAM, which supports an anomaly report processing task for the European Space Agency. Novel feature selection/extraction techniques are created which consider word co… CONTINUE READING


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