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Successful Case-based Reasoning Applications - I

by Montani, Stefania.
Authors: Jain, Lakhmi C.%editor. | SpringerLink (Online service) Series: Studies in Computational Intelligence, 1860-949X ; . 305 Physical details: X, 226 p. online resource. ISBN: 3642140785 Subject(s): Engineering. | Medical records %Data processing. | Artificial intelligence. | Engineering. | Computational Intelligence. | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics). | Health Informatics.
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Innovations in Case-Based Reasoning Applications -- Case-Based Reasoning for Medical and Industrial Decision Support Systems -- Development of Industrial Knowledge Management Applications with Case-Based Reasoning -- Case Based Reasoning for Supporting Strategy Decision Making in Small and Medium Enterprises -- Heterogeneity in Ontological CBR Systems -- The Adaptation Problem in Medical Case–Based Reasoning Systems -- Prototype–Based Classification in Unbalanced Biomedical Problems -- Case–Based Ranking for Environmental Risk Assessment -- CookIIS – A Successful Recipe Advisor and Menu Creator.

Case-based reasoning offers tremendous advantages over other AI based techniques in all those fields where experiential knowledge is readily available. This research book presents a sample of successful applications of case-based reasoning. The contributions include: • Introduction to case-based reasoning • Case-based reasoning for medical and industrial support systems • Industrial knowledge management applications • Decision making in small and medium enterprises • Heterogeneity in ontological CBR systems • The adaptation problem in medical case-based reasoning systems • Prototype-based classification in unbalanced biomedical problems • Case-based ranking for environmental risk assessment • Recipe advisor and menu creator The book is directed to the application engineers, scientists, professors and students who wish to develop successful case-based reasoning applications.

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