Ramon Lopez De Mantaras
Retrieval, reuse, revision and retention in case-based reasoning.
De Mantaras, Ramon Lopez; McSherry, David; Bridge, Derek; Leake, David; Smyth, Barry; Craw, Susan; Faltings, Boi; Maher, Mary Lou; Cox, Michael T.; Forbus, Kenneth; Keane, Mark; Aamodt, Agnar; Watson, Ian
Professor Susan Craw email@example.com
Mary Lou Maher
Michael T. Cox
Case-based reasoning (CBR) is an approach to problem solving that emphasizes the role of prior experience during future problem solving (i.e., new problems are solved by reusing and if necessary adapting the solutions to similar problems that were solved in the past). It has enjoyed considerable success in a wide variety of problem solving tasks and domains. Following a brief overview of the traditional problem-solving cycle in CBR, we examine the cognitive science foundations of CBR and its relationship to analogical reasoning. We then review a representative selection of CBR research in the past few decades on aspects of retrieval, reuse, revision, and retention.
DE MANTARAS, R.L., MCSHERRY, D., BRIDGE, D., LEAKE, D., SMYTH, B., CRAW, S., FALTINGS, B., MAHER, M.L., COX, M.T., FORBUS, K., KEANE, M., AAMODT, A. and WATSON, I. 2005. Retrieval, reuse, revision and retention in case-based reasoning. Knowledge engineering review [online], 20(3), pages 215-240. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0269888906000646
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Acceptance Date||Sep 30, 2005|
|Online Publication Date||Sep 30, 2005|
|Publication Date||Sep 30, 2005|
|Deposit Date||Mar 21, 2007|
|Publicly Available Date||Mar 21, 2007|
|Journal||Knowledge engineering review|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press (CUP)|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||Case based reasoning|
LOPEZ DE MANTARAS 2005 Retrieval, reuse, revision
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