Indiana University Bloomington

School of Informatics and Computing

Technical Report TR617:
IUCBRF: A Framework For Rapid And Modular Case-Based Reasoning System Development

Steven Bogaerts and David Leake
(Jul 2005), 63 pages
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Abstract:
The Indiana University Case-Based Reasoning Framework (IUCBRF) is a freely available open-source framework, written in Java, to facilitate the development of case-based reasoning (CBR) systems. IUCBRF provides code to handle many of the general, domain-independent aspects of CBR systems, freeing developers to consider only the domain-dependent aspects of the system. The framework is designed to facilitate fast and modular development of CBR systems, providing a foundation for code sharing by those developing CBR systems. This report discusses the capabilities and benefits of IUCBRF and provides an introduction to the framework for prospective users. JavaDoc documentation and information on requesting the IUCBRF code are available by following the IUCBRF link from the IU CBR resources page, http://www.cs.indiana.edu/~leake/cbr_resources.

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