Increasing the Autonomy of Deliberative Agents with a Case-Based Reasoning System

@article{Corchado2003IncreasingTA,
  title={Increasing the Autonomy of Deliberative Agents with a Case-Based Reasoning System},
  author={Juan Manuel Corchado and Rosal{\'i}a Laza and Mar{\'i}a Lourdes Borrajo Diz and J. C. Ya{\~n}ez A. de Luis and M. Vali{\~n}o},
  journal={International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Applications},
  year={2003},
  volume={3},
  pages={101-118}
}
This paper shows how deliberative agents can be built by means of a case-based reasoning system. The concept of deliberative agent is introduced and the case-based reasoning model is presented. Once the advantages and disadvantages of such agents have been discussed, it will be shown how to solve some of their inconveniences, especially those related to their implementation and adaptation. The World Wide Web has emerged as one of the most popular vehicle for disseminating and sharing… CONTINUE READING

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