Managing Multiple Case Bases: Dimensions and Issues

@inproceedings{Leake2002ManagingMC,
  title={Managing Multiple Case Bases: Dimensions and Issues},
  author={David B. Leake and Raja Sooriamurthi},
  booktitle={FLAIRS Conference},
  year={2002}
}
Case-based reasoning (CBR) models the process of reasoning from specific experiences acquired by an agent, and contained in the agent’s case-base. When multiple agents acquire cases, opportunities arise for sharing their case-bases, with accompanying issues for how to apply others’ experiences effectively. This paper examines issues for multi-casebase reasoning (MCBR), the reasoning process needed for a CBR system to exploit external case-bases reflecting similar but different tasks and task… CONTINUE READING
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