• A CBR/RL system for learning micromanagement in real-time strategy games 

      Gunnerud, Martin Johansen (Master thesis, 2009)
      The gameplay of real-time strategy games can be divided into macromanagement and micromanagement. Several researchers have studied automated learning for macromanagement, using a case-based reasoning/reinforcement learning ...
    • A Combined Swarm System for the Urban Transit Routing Problem 

      Gunby, Hanne; Gustavsen, Susanne (Master thesis, 2015)
      The goal of this thesis is to develop a system that improves urban transit networks. A good transit network can reduce the number of vehicles on the road as people will favor public transport over private transportation. ...
    • A Data-intensive Approach to Prediction of Unwanted Events during Oil and Gas Well Drilling 

      Valås, Inge Åsmund (Master thesis, 2005)
      A Data-intensive Approach to Prediction of Unwanted Events during Oil and Gas Well Drilling
    • A System for Conversational Case-Based Reasoning in Multiple-Disease Medical Diagnosis 

      Follesø, Sondre Lucas; Heimark, Øystein; Ekerholt, Marius (Master thesis, 2014)
      In this thesis, we develop a model that uses Conversational Case-Based Reasoning (CCBR) in order to help physicians diagnose patients. To be able to process the vast amount of information embedded in the domain of general ...
    • A System for Conversational Case-Based Reasoning in Multiple-Disease Medical Diagnosis 

      Follesø, Sondre Lucas; Heimark, Øystein; Ekerholt, Marius (Master thesis, 2014)
      In this thesis, we develop a model that uses Conversational Case-Based Reasoning (CCBR) in order to help physicians diagnose patients. To be able to process the vast amount of information embedded in the domain of general ...
    • Automatic Fish Classification: Using Image Processing and Case-Based Reasoning 

      Eliassen, Lars Moland (Master thesis, 2012)
      Counting and classifying fish moving upstream in rivers to spawn is a useful way of monitoring the population of different species. Today, there exist some commercial solutions, along with some research that addresses the ...
    • Case-Based Reasoning and Computational Creativity in a Recipe Recommender System 

      Skjold, Kari; Øynes, Marthe Sofie (Master thesis, 2017)
      A domain where humans have unfolded their creativity for thousands of years is cooking. However, can a human's creativity within cooking be transferred to a computer program? The case-based reasoning (CBR) methodology ...
    • Case-Based Reasoning for Adaptive Strategies in Texas Hold'em Poker 

      Ommedal, Jan Berge; Solbakken, Eivind R (Master thesis, 2012)
      Most of the existing poker agents using case-based reasoning (CBR) are based on imitation of other poker agents and have weak capabilities of adapting their own strategies to different opponents or playing styles. We address ...
    • Case-Based Reasoning in identifying causes of fish death in industrial fish farming 

      Garaas, Marte; Hiåsen Stevning, Geir Ole (Master thesis, 2011)
      Fish farming is a million dollar business world wide, and fish is in fact the third mostimportant export product after oil/gas and metal in Norway. There are a lot of different aquaculture sites which produce fish along ...
    • Case-based Reasoning in Text Document Classification 

      Stenerud, Ida Sofie Gebhardt (Master thesis, 2007)
      This work investigates document classification in Case-Based Reasoning (CBR). The investigation is exemplified by the design and implementation of a system that uses the knowledge-intensive CBR framework Creek to categorize ...
    • Case-based Reasoning in Text Document Classification 

      Stenerud, Ida Sofie Gebhardt (Master thesis, 2007)
      This work investigates document classification in Case-Based Reasoning (CBR). The investigation is exemplified by the design and implementation of a system that uses the knowledge-intensive CBR framework Creek to categorize ...
    • CBR for Winter Road Operation at Dovrefjell 

      Gustafsson, Erik (Master thesis, 2016)
      In the winter, driving conditions can be worsened because of weather conditions. Roads that go over the tree line are particularly vulnerable to bad weather condition. In really bad weather, roads might even need to be ...
    • Cognitive video surveillance: an ANN/CBR hybrid approach 

      Oredsson, Anders (Master thesis, 2007)
      Cognitive vision is an interesting field of research that tries to create vision systems with cognitive abilities. Automated video surveillance is increasingly needed to watch our public transport systems, either as a ...
    • Controlling a Signal-regulated Pedestrian Crossing using Case-based Reasoning 

      Kheradmandi, Øyvind Shahin Berntsen; Strøm, Fredrick (Master thesis, 2012)
      The traffic domain, and in particular the domain of traffic control, is a highly complex and uncertain domain. A large network of roads, signal controlling systems, vehicles, pedestrians and other traffic units makes the ...
    • Conversational CBR for an Adaptive Question Answering System 

      Kokkersvold, Ida (Master thesis, 2007)
      Conversational Cased-Based Reasoning (CCBR) is an interactive, dialogoriented method within Cased-Based Reasoning (CBR) that provides a mixed-initative dialog for guiding users to construct their problem description ...
    • Conversational CBR for Improved Patient Information Acquisition 

      Marthinsen, Tor Henrik Aasness (Master thesis, 2007)
      In this thesis we describe our study of two knowledge intensive Conversational Case-Based Reasoning (CCBR) systems and their methods. We look in particular at the way they have solved inferencing and question ranking. Then ...
    • CREEK and Description Logics 

      Opheim, Mads (Master thesis, 2014)
      Creek is a system for diagnosis and problem solving. It makes heavily use of general knowledge, and is intended for open and weak theory domains. The system uses this general knowledge in combination with experiences from ...
    • Decision Support for Predictive Maintenance of Exposed Aquaculture Structures 

      Pedersen, Niklas Bae; Roppestad, Fredrik Lindahl (Master thesis, 2016)
      It is a global challenge to produce enough healthy food to a growing world population. By moving industrial fish farming to exposed lo- cations, the farmers can possibly satisfy the dietary requirements of the future by ...
    • Diagnosing Root Causes and Generating Graphical Explanations by Integrating Temporal Causal Reasoning and CBR 

      Nikpour, Hoda; Aamodt, Agnar; Skalle, Pål (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This study proposes a methodology to diagnose the root causes of failures in the domain of oil well drilling. The idea is to combine a Bayesian network, which is generated based on an expert knowledge, with situation-specific ...
    • Dialogue Learning in CCBR 

      Vartdal, Hans Arne (Master thesis, 2007)
      In the field of palliative care there is a need to create adaptive questionnaires to minimize the patient's "cognitive load" when acquiring data of the patient's subjective experience of pain. A conversational case based ...