Formal Foundations of Case-Based Reasoning (CBR)
Case-based reasoning is a relative new field within Artificial Intelligence.
In CBR, previous solutions (cases) are reused when solving new problems. CBR
has been succesful having a number of fielded applications. Surprisingly little
about the formal aspects of CBR. In this project we want to study some of the
formal aspects of CBR as a means to understand where its power comes from
Here are a few resources used in this project:
- Want to know more about CBR? Here is a good place to start
- A paper clarifying
some misconceptions about the power of case reuse
for a case adaptation technique called derivational analogy (Best Research Paper ECCBR-02)
- An article appearing
in Computational Intelligence
where I report on my research relating case-based planning and case-base maintenance.
- Extended Abstract to the
Invited Talk at ICCBR-03.
- Vithal Kuchibatla's master thesis
A General Framework, Semantics and Complexity
- Vithal's paper further
analyzing the power of case reuse for a case adaptation technique called
transformational analogy (to appear in ECCBR-06)
- An analysis of case-based planning, written with Michael Cox, currently under review.
Last updated: Fri Jul 28 14:49:51 EST 2006