Case-Based Reasoning for Breast Cancer Treatment Decision Helping

Jean Lieber 1 Benoît Bresson 1
1 ORPAILLEUR - Knowledge representation, reasonning
INRIA Lorraine, LORIA - Laboratoire Lorrain de Recherche en Informatique et ses Applications
Abstract : This paper presents two applications for the breast cancer treatment decision helping. The first one is called Casimir/RBR and can be likened to a rule-based reasoning system. It is now fully implemented. In some situations, the application of the rules of this system does not provide a satisfying treatment. Then, the application Casimir/CBR --which is not fully implemented-- can be used. Casimir/CBR uses principles of case-based reasoning in order to suggest solutions by adapting the rules of Casimir/RBR. In this framework, the rules are considered as cases: they are adapted rather than used literally.
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E. Blanzieri & L. Portinale. fifth European Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning - EWCBR'2000, 2000, Trento, Italie, Springer, 1898 (1898), pp.173--185, 2000, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
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Jean Lieber, Benoît Bresson. Case-Based Reasoning for Breast Cancer Treatment Decision Helping. E. Blanzieri & L. Portinale. fifth European Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning - EWCBR'2000, 2000, Trento, Italie, Springer, 1898 (1898), pp.173--185, 2000, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. 〈inria-00099202〉

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