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A CBR Approach for Personalizing Location-aware Services

Olivier Coutand, Sandra Haseloff, Sian Lun Lau, Klaus David
2006 European Conference on Case-Based Reasoning  
Based on this metric, our approach provides a personalized service by determining the service behavior expected by the user in the current location.  ...  A service, the Call Profiler service, details our approach.  ...  CBR for adapting location-based services In this paper we present an approach to overcome the limitations of current implementations of context-aware systems that perform rule-based adaptation of services  ... 
dblp:conf/ewcbr/CoutandHLD06 fatcat:zfczttwtbnhzro54kgmiv2gxxu

Healthcare professionals' perceptions of community-based rehabilitation in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Sithembiso B. Blose, Sudipa Deoraj, Sabiha Padia, Kaveshan Pillay, Kinita Reddy, Verusia Chetty
2021 African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine  
a proposal for the implementation of CBR.Conclusion: Continual promotion of, as well as education and training on, CBR for healthcare professionals, was understood as an imperative for the development  ...  Excellent communication about CBR programmes was described as key to ensuring social inclusion, quality of life and access to services for PWDs.  ...  Still, there is no indication of any training being conducted, although the FSDR also mentions CBR as a platform for service delivery. 21 An awareness and understanding of CBR enable healthcare professionals  ... 
doi:10.4102/phcfm.v13i1.2461 pmid:33567846 pmcid:PMC7876970 fatcat:2cnfbt7b3ne5nmarffbzuggzuu

A Case-Based Component Selection Framework for Mobile Context-Aware Applications

Fan Dong, Li Zhang, Dexter H. Hu, Cho-Li Wang
2009 2009 IEEE International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Processing with Applications  
Because of the limitation of pure rule-based approach, context-awareness can not be well supported. In this paper, we propose a software component selection framework for mobile pervasive computing.  ...  As a proof of concept, we developed and evaluated a context-aware personal communicator (CAPC) application using adaptive component selection, with a synthesized execution trace obtained from real-life  ...  We believe that the component-based software model assisted by CBR is a promising way to achieve personalization and context-awareness in the pervasive computing environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ispa.2009.110 dblp:conf/ispa/DongZHW09 fatcat:vprd5z7dkvcffj5sehp5dmkmwi

Community-Based Rehabilitation Services in Low and Middle-Income Countries in the Asia-Pacific Region: Successes and Challenges in the Implementation of the CBR Matrix

Roi Dennis Adela Cayetano, Jeananne Elkins
2016 Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development  
However, challenges in the implementation of CBR remain. These include lack of awareness and understanding of CBR, and physical, environmental, socio-economical and personal barriers.  ...  Method: A literature review of multiple databases was conducted to locate relevant articles written within the past five years.  ...  They are also very grateful to their families and friends for their support and encouragement.  ... 
doi:10.5463/dcid.v27i2.542 fatcat:rasgbmtklnhktd5pmsba3cjtme

Model and Example for CBR Systems that Adapt to rapidly Changing Context

Björn Decker, Markus Nick
2006 European Conference on Case-Based Reasoning  
We present a model for CBR in such a setting.  ...  The model consists of an extended/modified CBR process, a knowledge model, and an architecture pattern for embedding a CBR module into an ambient intelligence system.  ...  A Context-Aware CBR Process We use the 4Re CBR cycle of [3] as a theoretical basis for our context-aware CBR process.  ... 
dblp:conf/ewcbr/DeckerN06 fatcat:wgsd7sn3dnfcrpscb6yh4irlfy

Functional Independence and Quality of Life for Persons with Locomotor Disabilities in Institutional Based Rehabilitation and Community Based Rehabilitation - A Comparative Study

Mari Muthu Balasubramanian, KG Dhanesh, A Amarnath
2012 Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development  
Based Rehabilitation (CBR).  ...  Purpose: To compare the functional independence and quality of life of persons with locomotor disabilities who undergo Institutional Based Rehabilitation (IBR) and similar persons who undergo Community  ...  Since its inception about three decades ago, CBR has evolved as a rights based approach for enhancing the quality of life for persons with disabilities, particularly in developing countries.  ... 
doi:10.5463/dcid.v23i3.147 fatcat:dy2rkofcmzenra5h6voup5ifyq

Autonomic self healing and recovery informed by environment knowledge

Sa'adah Hassan, David McSherry, David Bustard
2006 Artificial Intelligence Review  
Finally, we demonstrate the approach in an intelligent system for fault management in a local printer network.  ...  Specifically, CBR is used for fault diagnosis and rule based reasoning for fault remediation, recovery, and referral.  ...  For example, a possible recovery strategy for a user with a printing problem may be to wait for the person responsible for maintenance of the printer, if available and aware of the problem, to correct  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10462-007-9033-6 fatcat:3t2w4n4lmvcqrfmjd7dr4y73xe

A Cold Start Context-Aware Recommender System for Tour Planning Using Artificial Neural Network and Case Based Reasoning

Zahra Bahramian, Rahim Ali Abbaspour, Christophe Claramunt
2017 Mobile Information Systems  
This makes it difficult for the user to search for some specific information such as selecting a tour in a given city as an ordered set of points of interest.  ...  It offers personalized tours to the user based on his preferences thanks to the combination of a case based reasoning framework and an artificial neural network.  ...  Reference [15] proposes a hybrid mobile context-aware system to personalize POIs recommendations.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/9364903 fatcat:p4rvyfswbjbmzplrgbkhw2gvki

QL-CBR Hybrid Approach for Adapting Context-Aware Services

Somia Belaidouni, Moeiz Miraoui, Chakib Tadj
2022 Computer systems science and engineering  
A context-aware service in a smart environment aims to supply services according to user situational information, which changes dynamically.  ...  Simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed approach compared to the traditional CBR approach.  ...  [19] presented a hybrid approach for context-aware service adaptation in a smart living room based on naïve Bayes', fuzzy logic, and CBR. Kabir et al.  ... 
doi:10.32604/csse.2022.024056 fatcat:etdxrjsw3fbm5iyfufgx5snvkq

Transparency Issues in a Hybrid Reasoning Architecture for Assistive Healthcare

Bingchuan Yuan, John Herbert
2013 AASRI Procedia  
A personalized, extensible hybrid reasoning framework has been implemented for the CARA (Context Aware Real-time Assistant) system which aims to satisfy these design goals.  ...  The rules used for anomaly detection in a smart-home situation are given in a structured natural language, allowing subject or caregiver to inspect and, if appropriate, modify these rules; this supports  ...  Acknowledgements This work is supported by Science Foundation Ireland through a Research Frontiers Programme award.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aasri.2013.10.040 fatcat:fgmyktzfm5dvbjw3nr6uao5vw4

Is 'Context-Aware Reasoning = Case-Based Reasoning'? [chapter]

Nawaz Khan, Unai Alegre, Dean Kramer, Juan Carlos Augusto
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Through a case study supported by a review of the literature, we argue that context awareness and case based reasoning are not equal and are complementary methodologies to solve a domain specific problem  ...  , rather, the IE development paradigm must build a cooperation between these two approaches to overcome the individual drawbacks and to maximise the success of the IE systems.  ...  This context awareness is middleware that supplies necessary feedback to the interface to adapt a situation for better services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-57837-8_35 fatcat:efnswfbha5bczckbhmh2rvxcsq

Improving the Proactive Recommendation in Smart Home Environments: An Approach Based on Case Based Reasoning and BP-Neural Network

Gouttaya Nesrine, Belghini Naouar, Begdouri Ahlame, Zarghili Arslane
2015 International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications  
Experimental results show that our approach can efficiently provide the most useful services to the user in a smart home environment.  ...  Providing spontaneously personalized services to users, at anytime, anywhere and through any devices represent the main objective of pervasive computing.  ...  CBR cycle of our approach 1) Elaboration Phase When a relevant context for services recommendation to user is met by the pervasive recommender system, a target case is constructed by the elaboration  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijisa.2015.07.04 fatcat:xw7xvythrfev7pjd2tizcyowam

The Role of Community-Based Rehabilitation in Poverty Reduction

Tahmineh Mousavi
2015 Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development  
Although CBR programmes have been recognised as a strategy for poverty reduction by the World Health Organisation (WHO, 2003), CBR workers and their managers face the challenge of understanding the causes  ...  The Capabilities Approach, developed by Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum, seems to offer a sound basis to understand the relationship between poverty and disability.  ...  location (areas prone to flooding or drought), epidemiological atmosphere (through disease in region) and by other variations over which a person may have only limited control.  ... 
doi:10.5463/dcid.v26i1.268 fatcat:fu2cgn2edjaexd3c4ldna7t3iq

CBR for Inclusion of People with Mental Illness

Bharat Rajendra Joshi
2013 Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development  
In 2004, a Mental Health Pilot Project was implemented in Gujarat State, India, for the rehabilitation of persons with mental disorders in community settings, along the lines of the CBR model.  ...  At the end of 18 months, 1206 people (diagnosed with schizophrenia, mania, depression and epilepsy) had accessed psychiatric services on a regular basis, and 272 people had recovered and resumed their  ...  The CBR pilot projects experimented with a unique idea to raise awareness about mental health. Locations were selected where religious and cultural fairs were organised on a particular day.  ... 
doi:10.5463/dcid.v24i3.177 fatcat:zgybvyjymngkzok3dya4zulxwy

Applying case-based reasoning and multi-agent intelligent system to context-aware comparative shopping

Oh Byung Kwon, Norman Sadeh
2004 Decision Support Systems  
Comparative shopping is a promising web service in the field of mobile commerce. This paper aims to propose a context-aware comparative shopping.  ...  We developed a prototype system and experiment to show the possibility of the mechanism proposed in this paper.  ...  The miniature size of mobile terminals, and that they easily fit into a pocket, makes them an ideal channel for offering personalized and localized services to mobile users.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0167-9236(03)00007-1 fatcat:y2stpys4vvf7tkzzsmbaub3zv4
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