This volume provides two important contributions to the area:
* a general description of the issues and alternatives in applying case-based reasoning to design, and
* a description of specific implementations of case-based design.
Through this combination, the reader will learn about both the general issues and the practical problems in supporting design through case-based reasoning. This book was prepared to fill a gap in the literature on the unique problems that design introduces to computational paradigms developed in computer science. It also addresses the needs of computational support for design problem solving from both theoretical and practical perspectives.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 260
Weight: 431 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 17 mm
"...gives a basic understanding of CBR and its applications....Throughout all of the chapters of the book, some well presented supporting figures are provided, which can be used as driving tools for the readers to follow the descriptions in the text."
-Artificial Intelligence in Engineering
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