1 March 1991 Case-based reasoning approach for heuristic search
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Abstract
Case Based Reasoning (CBR) is one of the recently emerging paradigms for designing intelligent systems. The preliminary studies indicate that the area is ripe for theoretical advances and innovative applications. Heuristic search is one of the most widely used techniques to solve many real world problems for obtaining optimal solutions. In this paper we identify some necessary properties of the heuristic functions to be solved in the CBR paradigm. We designed a CBR system based on these observations and performed several experiments for a heuristic search problem. We also provide an analysis to compare the performance of the CBR system with the A* search algorithm.
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Srinivas Krovvidy, Srinivas Krovvidy, William G. Wee, William G. Wee, Chia Yung Han, Chia Yung Han, } "Case-based reasoning approach for heuristic search", Proc. SPIE 1468, Applications of Artificial Intelligence IX, (1 March 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.45467; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.45467
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