Accepted Papers

Selection criteria is not a quality measurement, we select oral papers after suitability for a larger audience. Accepted papers with more focused audience interest will be presented as short oral and poster.
There is no difference between poster and oral, both of them will be in the proceedings as a full paper, even not be categorized as poster and oral.

Main Track Oral Presentations

Paper Title Authors
Answering with Cases: A CBR Approach to Deep Learning Kareem Amin, Stelios Kapetanakis, Klaus-Dieter Althoff, Andreas Dengel and Miltos Petridis
A CBR Approach for Imitating Human Playing Style in Ms. Pac-Man Video Game Maximiliano Miranda, Antonio A. Sánchez-Ruiz and Federico Peinado
An Analysis of Case Representations for Marathon Race Prediction & Planning Barry Smyth
Bayesian-Supported Retrieval in BNCreek: A Knowledge-Intensive Case-Based Reasoning System Hoda Nikpour, Agnar Aamodt and Kerstin Bach
Case Based Reasoning as a Model for Cognitive Artificial Intelligence Susan Craw and Agnar Aamodt
Embedded Word Representations for Rich Indexing: A Case Study for Medical Records Katherine Metcalf and David Leake
Explainable Distributed Case-based Support Systems: Patterns for Enhancement and Validation of Design Recommendations Viktor Eisenstadt, Ada Mikyas, Christian-Alejandro Espinoza-Stapelfeld and Klaus-Dieter Althoff
Exploration and Exploitation in Case-Base Maintenance: Leverage Competence-Based Deletion with Ghost Cases David Leake and Brian Schack
Improving kNN for Human Activity Recognition with Privileged Learning using Translation Models Anjana Wijekoon, Nirmalie Wiratunga, Sadiq Sani, Stewart Massie and Kay Cooper
Investigating Textual Case-Based XAI Rosina O Weber, Adam J Johs, Jianfei Li and Kent Huang
Personalised Human Activity Recognition Using Matching Networks Sadiq Sani, Nirmalie Wiratunga, Stewart Massie and Kay Cooper
Segmentation of Kidneys Deformed by Nephroblastoma using Case-Based Reasoning Florent Marie, Lisa Corbat, Thibault Delavelle, Yann Chaussy, Julien Henriet and Jean-Christophe Lapayre
Special Track Analogy: Case-Based Translation: First Steps from a Knowledge-Light Approach Based on Analogy to a Knowledge-Intensive One Yves Lepage and Jean Lieber
Special Track Analogy: Experiments in Learning to Solve Formal Analogical Equations Rafik Rhouma and Philippe Langlais
Special Track Analogy: Making the best of cases by approximation, interpolation and extrapolation Jean Lieber, Emmanuel Nauer, Henri Prade and Gilles Richard
Special Track Analogy: Opening the Parallelogram: Considerations on Non-Euclidean Analogies Pierre-Alexandre Murena, Antoine Cornuéjols and Jean-Louis Dessalles
Tangent Recognition and Anomaly Pruning to TRAP Off-Topic Questions in Conversational Case-Based Dialogues Vahid Eyorokon, Pratyusha Yalamanchili and Michael Cox

 

Main Track Poster Presenations

Paper Title Authors
A Textual Recommender System for Clinical Data Philipp Andreas Hummel, Frank Jäkel, Sascha Lange and Roland Mertelsmann
AI-VT: An example of CBR that generates a variety of solutions to the same problem Julien Henriet and Françoise Greffier
An Effective Method for Identifying Unknown Unknowns with Noisy Oracle Bo Zheng, Xin Lin, Yanghua Xiao, Jing Yang and Liang He
Case base elicitation for a context-aware recommender system Jose Luis Jorro Aragoneses, Guillermo Jimenez-Díaz, Juan Antonio Recio-Garcia and Belen Diaz-Agudo
Case-based Data Masking for Software Test Management Mirjam Minor, Alexander Herborn and Dierk Jordan
CEC-Model: A new competence model for CBR systems based on the belief function theory Safa Ben Ayed, Zied Elouedi and Eric Lefevre
Combining Case-based Reasoning with Complex Event Processing for Network Traffic Classification Manuel Grob, Martin Kappes and Inmaculada Medina-Bulo
Considering Nutrients during the Generation of Recipes by Process-oriented Case-based Reasoning Christian Zeyen, Maximilian Hoffmann, Gilbert Müller and Ralph Bergmann
Dynamic Case Bases and the Asymmetrical Weighted One-Mode Projection Rotem Stram, Pascal Reuss and Klaus-Dieter Althoff
Dynamic detection of radical profiles in social networks using image feature descriptors and a Case-Based Reasoning methodology Daniel López-Sánchez, Juan M. Corchado and Angélica Gonzalez Arrieta
FITsense: Multi-Modal Sensors in Smart Homes to Predict Falls Stewart Massie, Glenn Forbes, Susan Craw, Lucy Fraser and Graeme Hamilton
Harnessing Hundreds of Millions of Cases: Issues and Solutions for Case-Based Prediction at Industrial Scale Vahid Jalali and David Leake
Modelling Similarity for Comparing Physical Activities Profiles – A Data-driven Approach Deepika Verma, Kerstin Bach and Paul Jarle Mork
Novel Object Discovery using Case-Based Reasoning and Convolutional Neural Networks Jt Turner, Michael Floyd, Kalyan Gupta and David Aha
Perks of Being Lazy: Boosting Retrieval Performance Mehmet Oguz Mulayim and Josep Lluis Arcos
Special Track Analogy: A Fast Mapper as a Foundation for Forthcoming Conceptual Blending Experiments João Gonçalves, Pedro Martins and F. Amílcar Cardoso
Special Track Analogy: On the Role of Similarity in Analogical Transfer Fadi Badra, Karima Sedki and Adrien Ugon
Special Track Analogy: Predicting preferences by means of analogical proportions Myriam Bounhas, Marc Pirlot and Henri Prade
Special Track Analogy: Production of Large Analogical Clusters from Smaller Example Seed Clusters using Word Embeddings Yuzhong Hong and Yves Lepage
The Case for Case Based Learning Isabelle Bichindaritz
The SECCO Ontology for the Retrieval and Generation of Security Concepts Andreas Korger and Joachim Baumeister
Why did Naethan pick Android over Apple?: Exploiting Trade-offs in Learning User Preferences Anbarasu Sekar, Devi Ganesan and Sutanu Chakraborti