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This ebook constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eighth overseas convention on Case-Based Reasoning, ICCBR 2009, held in Seattle, WA, united states, in July 2009. The 17 revised complete papers and 17 revised poster papers offered including 2 invited talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from fifty five submissions. protecting a variety of CBR themes of curiosity either to practitioners and researchers, the papers are dedicated to theoretical/methodological in addition to to applicative facets of present CBR research.

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Cn }, set of cases in the case base Vp = {pie1 ,. . ,piem }, set of problem IEs in CB Vs = {sie1 ,. . ,siel }, set of solution IEs in CB C= {P, S}, where(C ∈ CB) ∧ (P ⊂ Vp ) ∧ (S ⊂ Vs ) Q= a query, where Q ⊂ Vp k= local neighbourhood used for reuse calculation, where k<= n Cbest = SelectK(CRN(Vp , Q),1) RS1 = SelectK(CRN(Vs , Cbest ), k) f or each {siei } ∈ Cbest RS2 = SelectT(CRN(Vs , {siei }), σ) AS= RS1 ∩ RS2 BS= RS1 \RS2 1 S A = |AS| a∈AS Sim(a, Q) 1 S B = |BS| b∈BS Sim(b, Q) if S A > S B then REUSE {siei } (relevant to the query) else REVISE {siei } (irrelevant to query) Fig.

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