|Title||Representation in case-based reasoning|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2006|
|Authors||Bergmann R, Kolodner J, Plaza E|
|Journal||The Knowledge engineering review|
A case in case-based reasoning is a contextualized piece of experience, wich can be represented in various forms. Traditional approaches can be classified into three main categories: features vector representations, structured representations, and textual representations. More sophisticated approaches make use of hierarchcal representations or generalized cases. For particular task such as design and planning highly specific representations have been developed.
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