Planning and Learning by Analogical Reasoning

  title={Planning and Learning by Analogical Reasoning},
  author={Manuela M. Veloso},
  booktitle={Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  • M. Veloso
  • Published in
    Lecture Notes in Computer…
    7 December 1994
  • Business
Overview.- The problem solver.- Generation of problem solving cases.- Case storage: Automated indexing.- Efficient case retrieval.- Analogical replay.- Empirical results.- Related work.- Conclusion. 

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