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IMCS/Publications/CSJM/Issues/CSJM v.12, n.3 (36), 2004/

A Case-Based Reasoning for Regulation of an Urban Transportation Network

Authors: Karim Bouamrane, Bouziane Beldjilali
Keywords: Case-Based Reasoning, regulation, transportation network, strong classification, smooth classification.

Abstract

This paper presents a classification-based approach to case-based reasoning. This approach has been implemented in a decision-making system for regulating an urban transportation network. Planning relies on two classification processes: strong classification to retrieve a similar planning perturbation and smooth classification when the former fails. Smooth classification is an original mechanism that can become of general use in case-based reasoning. We discuss in this paper the two processes from general and applicative point of view.

Karim BOUAMRANE,
Laboratory LAMIH/SP, Jonas 2, University of Valenciennes, 59313
Valenciennes Cedex 9, France.
E-mail: Bouziane BELDJILALI,
Department of Computer Science, University of Oran, Algeria, BP
1524 EL Mnaouer.
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