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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Previous case-based reasoning research makes a compelling case for the importance of CBR systems determining the system's confidence in its conclusions, and has developed useful analyses of how characteristics of individual cases and the case base as a whole influence confidence. This paper argues that in systems which perform case adaptation, an important additional indicator for solution confidence is confidence in the adaptations performed. Assessing confidence of adaptation rules may bedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-39056-2_13 fatcat:fw73qz2uybgajaaejfdbvbxpxu