Introducing attribute risk for retrieval in case-based reasoning

@article{Castro2011IntroducingAR,
  title={Introducing attribute risk for retrieval in case-based reasoning},
  author={Juan Luis Castro and Maria Pazos Navarro and Jos{\'e} M. S{\'a}nchez and Jose Manuel Zurita},
  journal={Knowl.-Based Syst.},
  year={2011},
  volume={24},
  pages={257-268}
}
One of the major assumptions in case-based reasoning is that similar experiences can guide future reasoning, problem solving and learning. This assumption shows the importance of the method used for choosing the most suitable case, especially when dealing with the class of problems in which risk, is relevant concept to the case retrieval process. This paper argues that traditional similarity assessment methods are not sufficient to obtain the best case; an additional step with new information… CONTINUE READING
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