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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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Case Based Reasoning (CBR) is an intelligent system that enables the IT professionals to automate the problem solutions like diagnosis, scheduling and designs.
The significance of Case Based Reasoning approach in field of software engineering field is determined with the emergence of Computer Aided Software Engineering tools [2].
Case based reasoning (CBR) methodology is used, which is one of the nowadays knowledge technologies.
Case based reasoning, social dilemmas and a new equilibrium concept.
Case based reasoning in contrast reasons inductively from a series of known cases to the instant cases.
Hosnedl, S., Sova, L., Drexler, T., Vachova, J.: Algoritmy pro predikci hodnoty vybrane charakteristiky vlastnosti technickeho vzorku na bazi "Case based reasoning".
In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Case Based Reasoning, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 2080, 74-89.
Paper presented at the 8th German Workshop on Case Based Reasoning, March 2-3, 2000, Lammerbuckel, Germany.
Then, the computer aided object design system is created on case based reasoning (CBR), in which the attributes of the main features of workpiece and structure of object as case index code are designed for the retrieve of the similar cases, and the structure and hierarchical relation of case library are setup for store.