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This volume constitutes the refereed revised proceedings of the First United Kingdom Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning, held in Salford, UK in January 1995. The 16 revised papers presented are organized in theoretical and application papers; in addition, there is a comprehensive introduction to the volume and case-based reasoning in general by the volume editor. Among the topics addressed are case-based design, case memories, concept learning, retrieval, decision making, and case-based planning. The volume is of interest to researchers in the area and to professionals applying case-based reasoning techniques.
An introduction to case-based reasoning.- Evolutionary case based design.- Formalising the knowledge content of case memory systems.- Beauty vs. the beast: The case against massively parallel retrieval.- Self-questioning and experimentation: An index vocabulary of situated interaction.- Improving the interfaces to interactive case memories.- Capturing and matching dynamic behaviour in case-based reasoning.- Incremental concept learning and case-based reasoning: For a co-operative approach.- Can CBR imitate human intelligence and are such systems easy to design and maintain? A critique.- Deciding parameter values with case-based reasoning.- An application of case based reasoning to object oriented database retrieval.- Case-Based Reasoning: A technique for ‘decision support systems’ in residential valuation and the construction of residential housing.- A hybrid system for decision-making about assets in English divorce cases.- Application of case-based reasoning (CBR) to software reuse.- Case-based reasoning applied to fault diagnosis on steam turbines.- Nirmani: An integrated Case-Based system for strategic design and estimating.- Case-based task management for computer-aided learning.