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J. Kolodner and D. Leake, A Tutorial Introduction to Case-Based
Reasoning. To appear in Case-Based Reasoning: Experiences,
Lessons, and Future Directions, D. Leake (ed.), AAAI Press, 1996.
Author of the summary: J. William Murdock, 1997, email@example.com
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- Much reasoning can be done by adapting concrete experiences to
Keywords: Case-Based Reasoning
Systems: An overview of many systems
Summary: Describes case-based reasoning and its various formulations.
Discusses the characteristics of problems which make them amenable to
case-based reasoning. Describes the major issues in case-based
reasoning such as retrieval, indexing, adaptation, evaluation, and
storage. Discusses different uses for CBR such as planning,
interpretation, argumentation, design, teaching, etc.
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