Case-Based Reasoning: Concepts, Features and Soft Computing
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Here we first describe the concepts, components and features of CBR. The feasibility and merits of using CBR for problem solving is then explained. This is followed by a description of the relevance of soft computing tools to CBR. In particular, some of the tasks in the four REs, namely Retrieve, Reuse, Revise and Retain, of the CBR cycle that have relevance as prospective candidates for soft computing applications are explained.
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