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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning, held in London, UK, in September 2011. The 32 contributions presented together with 3 invited talks were carefully reviewd and selected from 67 submissions. The presentations and posters covered a wide range of CBR topics of interest both to practitioners and researchers, including CBR methodology covering case representation, similarity, retrieval, and adaptation; provenance and maintenance; recommender systems; multi-agent collaborative systems; data mining; time series analysis; Web applications; knowledge management; legal reasoning; healthcare systems and planning systems.
Reasoning as Search: Supporting Reasoning with Distributed Memory.- Structure Mapping for Jeopardy! Clues.- Ontologies and Similarity.- Retrieval of Semantic Workflows with Knowledge Intensive Similarity Measures.- Qualitative vs. Quantitative Plan Diversity in Case-Based Planning.- On Dataset Complexity for Case Base Maintenance.- Improving Case Retrieval by Enrichment of the Domain Ontology.- Preference-Based CBR: First Steps toward a Methodological Framework.- How Many Cases Do You Need? Assessing and Predicting Case-Base Coverage.- A Case-Based Approach to Open-Ended Collective Agreement with Rational Ignorance.- Amalgam-Based Reuse for Multiagent Case-Based Reasoning.- The 4 Diabetes Support System: A Case Study in CBR Research and Development.- Learning More from Experience in Case-Based Reasoning.- Acquiring Adaptation Cases for Scientific Workflows.- Combining Expert Knowledge and Learning from Demonstration in Real-Time Strategy Games.- Selective Integration of Background Knowledge in TCBR Systems.- User Satisfaction in Long Term Group Recommendations.- Using Personality to Create Alliances in Group Recommender Systems.- Analogy-Making for Solving IQ Tests: A Logical View.- Using Case-Based Tests to Detect Gray Cygnets.- Recommending Case Bases: Applications in Social Web Search.- Measuring Similarity in Description Logics Using Refinement Operators.- Term Similarity and Weighting Framework for Text Representation.- Fast Subgraph Isomorphism Detection for Graph-Based Retrieval.- Representation, Indexing, and Retrieval of Biological Cases for Biologically Inspired Design.- Ontology-Aided Product Classification: A Nearest Neighbour Approach.- A Case-Based Reasoning Approach for Providing Machine Diagnosis from Service Reports.- CBR with Commonsense Reasoning and Structure Mapping: An Application to Mediation.- Comparison of Reuse Strategies for Case-Based Classification in Bioinformatics.- Integration of Sequence Learning and CBR for Complex Equipment Failure Prediction.- Time Series Case Based Reasoning for Image Categorisation.- CBRSHM – A Case-Based Decision Support System for Semi-Automated Assessment of Structures in Terms of Structural Health Monitoring.- A Case Base Planning Approach for Dialogue Generation in Digital Movie Design.- Successful Performance via Decision Generalisation in No Limit Texas Hold’em.- Rule-Based Impact Propagation for Trace Replay.