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Each theory tags some of the words, and uses the tagging done by previous theories. In the last iteration we use the case based classification. To tag one occurrence of a word in a sentence using a explanations, we first represent that occurrence as a case in the case language defined (section 5). As described there, the case contains the context information for that particular position in the sentence. Since many of the words have already been tagged by previous iterations, the context of one word contains the known tags neighboring that word.
This paper discusses the issues involved, but the whole system implementation is far from its ﬁnal form. Section 2 introduces the ontological reuse we propose for the CBR knowledge acquisition process and Section 3 describes CBROnto, the CBR ontology we have Supported by the Spanish Committee of Science & Technology (CICYT TIC98-0733) E. Blanzieri and L. ): EWCBR 2000, LNAI 1898, pp. 37–48, 2000. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2000 38 Bel´en D´ıaz-Agudo and Pedro A. Gonz´ alez-Calero developed.
Can be reused and serve as a starting point to construct diﬀerent knowledgebased applications. Most of the KBSs (including the KB CBR systems) have some reusable ontological content but it is often inﬂuenced by the speciﬁc task, the restrictions of the representation language, and the speciﬁc inference procedures employed. We state that ontologies can be useful for designing knowledge intensive CBR applications because they allow the knowledge engineer to use knowledge already acquired, conceptualised and implemented in a formal language, reducing considerably the knowledge acquisition bottleneck.
Advances in Case-Based Reasoning: 5th European Workshop, EWCBR 2000 Trento, Italy, September 6–9, 2000 Proceedings by Barry Smyth (auth.), Enrico Blanzieri, Luigi Portinale (eds.)