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case-based reasoning

A form of artificial intelligence used by expert systems that bases decision-making on prior case experience, instead of on a pre-defined rule set. Each new problem is compared to all similar cases the system has encountered
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The main conference program comprised 31 contributions between presentations and posters from 144 authors on technical and applied CBR papers.
The maximum increase in soaked CBR was 1300% 1000% and 2600% at 8 % cement for ML CL and CL-ML soils respectively.
To improve the performance and usability of CBR-based systems, one can consider applying the semantic web technology and ontological knowledge model, in addition to the syntactical CBR.
The study found that transport of CBR materials presented particular vulnerabilities as the majority of regulation focused on transport accidents, not on deliberate attack.
14) From this perspective, a CBR programme may be forced into changing its goals midway through their implementation if an implementing agency fails to obtain funds to sustain its operations.
CBR has drawn increasing attention over the last 20 years.
From a CBR perspective, the problem-solving approach involves the process of retrieving/adapting of cases with associated solutions (Bradley, 1994).
Furthermore, all partners are involved in the dissemination of findings, which often takes a variety of forms besides the standard venue of publishing in scholarly journals; the findings from CBR projects are designed to provide information immediately usable to the community partner.
A couple of years back, Honda gave us the CBR 125 R, which has all the looks and refinement of the legendary CBR range in miniature.
But now Honda has given us the CBR 125 R, which has all the looks and refinement of the legendary CBR range, but in miniature.
IF YOU RUN THE CBR WITH THE VENT CLOSED, THE CBR BURNS OUT.
In Delaware on September 15, 2004, United States District Court Judge Gregory Sleet issued an Order and Judgment, overturning the jury verdict against CBR that was entered in October 2003.