case-based reasoning


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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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And although case-based reasoning has been an educational underpinning of many types of academic programs in diverse disciplines, this has not been effectively linked to outcomes generated by specific instructional methods.
A case-based reasoning (CBR) system for the Semantic Web called Tuuurbine is presented in [16].
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Macia, "A methodology for analyzing the case retrieval from a clustered case memory," in Case-Based Reasoning Research and Development, vol.
Kwak, "Conceptual cost-prediction model for public road planning via rough set theory and case-based reasoning," Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, vol.
COMPOSITE MEDICAL ONTOLOGY SUPPORTING PATTERN MATCHING AND CASE-BASED REASONING
Improving User Experience with Case-based Reasoning Systems Using Text Mining and Web 2.0.
Comparison of case-based reasoning and artificial neural networks, Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering ASCE 13(3): 162-169.
b) framing and reframing of goals: goal-based learning and case-based reasoning which then drives (and is triggered by) c);
Topics in Case-Based Reasoning, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 837, 1-20.
Norway-based Verdande Technology and Shell Upstream Americas (Shell) have begun using unique case-based reasoning technology to predict and identify drilling problems in difficult Middle East wells.