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Inhalt Invited Talks.- Translational Bioinformatics: Challenges and Opportunities for Case-Based Reasoning and Decision Support.- ... Weiterlesen
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Inhalt

Invited Talks.- Translational Bioinformatics: Challenges and Opportunities for Case-Based Reasoning and Decision Support.- Why and How Knowledge Discovery Can Be Useful for Solving Problems with CBR.- Real-Time Case-Based Reasoning for Interactive Digital Entertainment.- Theoretical/Methodological Research Papers.- Applying Machine Translation Evaluation Techniques to Textual CBR.- Intelligent Data Interpretation and Case Base Exploration through Temporal Abstractions.- An Algorithm for Adapting Cases Represented in an Expressive Description Logic.- Case-Based Plan Diversity.- Reducing the Memory Footprint of Temporal Difference Learning over Finitely Many States by Using Case-Based Generalization.- Text Adaptation Using Formal Concept Analysis.- Visualization for the Masses: Learning from the Experts.- Imitating Inscrutable Enemies: Learning from Stochastic Policy Observation, Retrieval and Reuse.- The Utility Problem for Lazy Learners - Towards a Non-eager Approach.- EGAL: Exploration Guided Active Learning for TCBR.- Introspective Knowledge Revision in Textual Case-Based Reasoning.- A General Introspective Reasoning Approach to Web Search for Case Adaptation.- Detecting Change via Competence Model.- CBTV: Visualising Case Bases for Similarity Measure Design and Selection.- Goal-Driven Autonomy with Case-Based Reasoning.- Case Retrieval with Combined Adaptability and Similarity Criteria: Application to Case Retrieval Nets.- Amalgams: A Formal Approach for Combining Multiple Case Solutions.- Recognition of Higher-Order Relations among Features in Textual Cases Using Random Indexing.- Extending CBR with Multiple Knowledge Sources from Web.- Taxonomic Semantic Indexing for Textual Case-Based Reasoning.- A Case for Folk Arguments in Case-Based Reasoning.- Reexamination of CBR Hypothesis.- Applied Research Papers.- Case Based Reasoning with Bayesian Model Averaging: An Improved Method for Survival Analysis on Microarray Data.- User Trace-Based Recommendation System for a Digital Archive.- On-the-Fly Adaptive Planning for Game-Based Learning.- A Case Based Reasoning Approach for the Monitoring of Business Workflows.- A Case-Based Reasoning Approach to Automating the Construction of Multiple Choice Questions.- Towards Case-Based Adaptation of Workflows.- A Method Based on Query Caching and Predicate Substitution for the Treatment of Failing Database Queries.- Case Acquisition from Text: Ontology-Based Information Extraction with SCOOBIE for myCBR.- Similarity-Based Retrieval and Solution Re-use Policies in the Game of Texas Hold'em.- Experience-Based Critiquing: Reusing Critiquing Experiences to Improve Conversational Recommendation.- Improving Pervasive Application Behavior Using Other Users' Information.- a.SCatch: Semantic Structure for Architectural Floor Plan Retrieval.- Runtime Estimation Using the Case-Based Reasoning Approach for Scheduling in a Grid Environment.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Case-Based Reasoning
Untertitel: 18th International Conference, ICCBR 2010, Alessandria, Italy, July 19-22, 2010 Proceedings
Editor:
EAN: 9783642142741
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Anzahl Seiten: 557
Veröffentlichung: 10.07.2010
Dateigrösse: 15.0 MB

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