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Case Base Properties: A First Step
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|Title: ||Case Base Properties: A First Step|
|Authors: ||MacDonald, Craig|
Weber, Rosina O.
|Keywords: ||Case-based reasoning;system properties;system utility;uncertainty;evaluation;maintenance|
|Issue Date: ||Sep-2008|
|Citation: ||Craig MacDonald, Rosina Weber, Michael Richter (2008). Case Base Properties: A First Step. Workshop Proceedings from the Ninth European Conference on Case-Based Reasoning Workshop Program, ECCBR 2008, Sep 1st-4th, Trier, Germany(http://www.wi2.uni-trier.de/eccbr08). Workshop on Uncertainty and Knowledge Discovery (http://www.mathematik.uni-marburg.de/~kebi/ws-eccbr-08/) Unpublished.|
|Abstract: ||In the context of case-based reasoning (CBR) methodology, better understanding of the conditions under which CBR systems are used has the potential to increase our understanding of how uncertainty affects the overall quality of these systems. Our ultimate goal is to determine what properties exist and how these properties may be used to improve the utility of a CBR system, as well as methods of maintenance and evaluation. With this purpose, we start by investigating how properties of case bases can be demonstrated and applied.|
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