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Definition: A “case” is an experience made during the solving of a problem.
A case is typically informally given and covers the problem and the solution.
Experiences (resp. cases) are used to solve newly occurring problems.
Cases are collected in a so-called case-base (analogous to a knowledge base in KBS)
Case-based reasoning is inspired by human problem solving capabilities.
Application scenarios are characterized through:
A considerable amount of cases has to be available
Using the cases to solve the problem has to be easier than solving the problem directly.
Available information is incomplete or unsecure and imprecise.
The construction of a KBS and the modelling of cases is not easily possible.
Typical application scenarios can be found in the area of diagnostics, electronic sales, configaration, or planning.
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