By Jonathan R. C. Allen, David W. R. Patterson (auth.), Manuela Veloso, Agnar Aamodt (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the 1st overseas convention on Case-Based Reasoning, ICCBR-95, held in Sesimbra, Portugal, in October 1995.
The fifty two revised papers incorporated are categorised as clinical papers , program papers , and posters . All present facets of analysis and improvement aiming at commercial purposes in CBR are addressed. one of the topical sections are case and information illustration, case retrieval, nearest neighbour equipment, case adaption and studying, cognitive modelling, built-in reasoning tools, and application-oriented tools: making plans, determination making, prognosis, interpretation, layout, etc.
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