Case-Based Reasoning Research and Development

Volume 2080 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science pp 1-15


Highlights of the European INRECA Projects

  • Ralph BergmannAffiliated withDepartment of Computer Science, University of Kaiserslautern

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INduction and REasoning from CAses was the title of two large European CBR projects funded by the European Commission from 1992 – 1999. In total, the two projects (abbreviated INRECA and INRECA-II) have obtained an overall funding of 3 MEuro, which enabled the 5 project partners to perform 55 person years of research and development work. The projects made several significant contributions to CBR research and helped shaping the European CBR community. The projects initiated the rise of three SMEs that base their main business on CBR application development, employing together more than 100 people in 2001. This paper gives an overview of the main research results obtained in both projects and provides links to the most important publications of the consortium.