Maintaining Unstructured Case Bases

@inproceedings{Racine1997MaintainingUC,
  title={Maintaining Unstructured Case Bases},
  author={Kirsti Racine and Qiang Yang},
  year={1997}
}
With the dramatic proliferation of case based reasoning sys tems in commercial applications many case bases are now becoming legacy systems They represent a signi cant portion of an organization s assets but they are large and di cult to maintain One of the contribut ing factors is that these case bases are often large and yet unstructured they are represented in natural language text Adding to the complexity is the fact that the case bases are often authored and updated by di er ent people… CONTINUE READING
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