The Knowledge Engineering Review

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Knowledge management in case-based reasoning


KLAUS-DIETER  ALTHOFF a1 and ROSINA O.  WEBER a2
a1 Intelligent Information Systems, University of Hildesheim, 31141 Hildesheim, Germany; e-mail: althoff@iis.uni-hildesheim.de
a2 College of Information Science and Technology, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA; e-mail: rosina.weber@drexel.edu

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althoff kd   [Google Scholar] 
weber r   [Google Scholar] 
 

Abstract

This commentary describes two core knowledge management approaches that applied case-based reasoning as a methodological foundation for organizational systems managing experience. These research projects illustrate the presence of knowledge management in case-based reasoning by focusing on the dualism between case-based reasoning and organizational approaches targeting knowledge management goals.

(Published Online May 8 2006)