Benefits of Case-Based Reasoning in Color Matching
GE Plastics has a case-based reasoning tool that determines color formulas which match requested colors that has been in use since 1995. This tool, called FormTool, has saved GE millions of dollars in productivity and colorant costs. The technology developed in FormTool has been used to create an on-line color selection tool for our customers called, ColorXpress Select. A customer innovation center has been developed around the FormTool software.
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