Case-Based Reasoning Research and Development: 4th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning, ICCBR 2001 Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 30 - August 2, 2001 Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning, ICCBR 2001, held in Vancouver, BC, Canada, in July/August 2001.
The 36 revised full research papers and 14 revised full application papers presented together with 3 invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 81 submissions. The papers address all current foundational and theoretical aspects of case-based reasoning as well as...

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning, ICCBR 2001, held in Vancouver, BC, Canada, in July/August 2001.
The 36 revised full research papers and 14 revised full application papers presented together with 3 invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 81 submissions. The papers address all current foundational and theoretical aspects of case-based reasoning as well as advanced applications in a variety of fields.

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Invited Papers.- Highlights of the European INRECA Projects.- The Synthesis of Expressive Music: A Challenging CBR Application.- Why Case-Based Reasoning is Attractive for Image Interpretation.- Research Papers.- Similarity Assessment for Relational CBR.- Acquiring Customer Preferences from Return-Set Selections.- The Role of Information Extraction for Textual CBR.- Case-Based Reasoning in Course Timetabling: An Attribute Graph Approach.- Ranking Algorithms for Costly Similarity Measures.- A Fuzzy-Rough Approach for Case Base Maintenance.- Learning and Applying Case-Based Adaptation Knowledge.- Case Representation Issues for Case-Based Reasoning from Ensemble Research.- A Declarative Similarity Framework for Knowledge Intensive CBR.- Classification Based Retrieval Using Formal Concept Analysis.- Conversational Case-Based Planning for Agent Team Coordination.- A Hybrid Approach for the Management of FAQ Documents in Latin Languages.- Taxonomic Conversational Case-Based Reasoning.- A Case-Based Reasoning View of Automated Collaborative Filtering.- A Case-Based Approach to Tailoring Software Processes.- The Conflict Graph for Maintaining Case—Based Reasoning Systems.- Issues on the Effective Use of CBR Technology for Software Project Prediction.- Incremental Case-Based Plan Recognition Using State Indices.- A Similarity-Based Approach to Attribute Selection in User-Adaptive Sales Dialogs.- When Two Case Bases Are Better than One: Exploiting Multiple Case Bases.- COBRA: a CBR-Based Aproach for Predicting Users Actions in a Web Site.- Similarity vs. Diversity.- Collaborative Case-Based Reasoning: Applications in Personalised Route Planning.- Helping a CBR Program Know What It Knows.- Precision and Recall in Interactive Case-Based Reasoning.- Meta-Case-Based Reasoning: Using Functional Models to Adapt Case-Based Agents.- Exploiting Interchangeabilities for Case Adaptation.- Ensemble Case-Based Reasoning: Collaboration Policies for Multiagent Cooperative CBR.- MaMa: A Maintenance Manual for Case—Based Reasoning Systems.- Rough Sets Reduction Techniques for Case-Based Reasoning.- sequential Instance-Based Learning for Planning in the Context of an Imperfect Information Game.- Learning Feature Weights from Case Order Feedback.- Adaptation by Applying Behavior Routines and Motion Strategies in Autonomous Navigation.- An Accurate Adaptation-Guided Similarity Metric for Case-Based Planning.- Releasing Memory Space Through a Case-Deletion Policy with a Lower Bound for Residual Competence.- Using Description Logics for Designing the Case Base in a Hybrid Approach for Diagnosis Integrating Model and Case-Based Reasoning.- Application Papers.- T-Air: A Case-Based Reasoning System for Designing Chemical Absorption Plants.- Benefits of Case-Based Reasoning in Color Matching.- CBR for Dimensional Management in a Manufacturing Plant.- Real-Time Creation of Frequently Asked Questions.- Managing Diagnostic Knowledge in Text Cases.- Emerging Applications.- CBR Adaptation for Chemical Formulation.- A Case-Based Reasoning Approach for Due-Date Assignment in a Wafer Fabrication Factory.- DubLet: An Online CBR System for Rental Property Recommendation.- Improved Performance Support through an Integrated Task-Based Video Case Library.- Transforming Electronic Mail Folders into Case Bases.- Case-Based Reasoning in the Care of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients.- Prototype of an Intelligent Failure Analysis System.- Applying CBR and Object Database Techniques in Chemical Process Design.- Mining High-Quality Cases for Hypertext Prediction and Prefetching.

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