By Isabelle Bichindaritz (auth.), Klaus-Dieter Althoff, Ralph Bergmann, Mirjam Minor, Alexandre Hanft (eds.)
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For example, the traditional themes of representation and indexing, analogy, architectures, and design and planning are conspicuous by their absence and even critical areas of research such as adaptation or similarity and retrieval have either become less active or have fundamentally changed their emphasis. g. g. Case-Base Maintenance), as it matures to deliver effective solutions to the community. This can be considered a sign of a healthy research area. The choice of a clustering algorithm that produces a “soft” hierarchical organisation, allowing the identiﬁcation of localised groupings where papers may An Analysis of Research Themes in the CBR Conference Literature 35 belong to more than one cluster, has proved eﬀective.
On the other hand, the view of CBR as a model of creativity does seem to have waned. Perhaps this is no surprise as, to a large extent, the modern view of CBR is one the emphasises retrieval rather than adaptation and, arguably, creativity demands a signiﬁcant measure of adaptation by deﬁnition. The early work of creativity  stems from a time when there was a more optimistic view of the potential for automated adaptation, and the lack of signiﬁcant research activity in the area of adaptation (as discussed above) suggests that this view is no longer held.
This excludes a number of important publications that have greatly inﬂuenced the ﬁeld and are strongly linked to the papers that have been covered. Perhaps the most prominent example of this is the paper by Aamodt & Plaza  – this is the deﬁnitive citation for the CBR cycle which shapes the way we think about the CBR process. Another important inﬂuence on CBR research has been Richter’s “knowledge containers” idea that he introduced in an invited talk at ICCBR’95. Unfortunately this work is not included in the CBR conference proceedings, but is described elsewhere .
Advances in Case-Based Reasoning: 9th European Conference, ECCBR 2008, Trier, Germany, September 1-4, 2008. Proceedings by Isabelle Bichindaritz (auth.), Klaus-Dieter Althoff, Ralph Bergmann, Mirjam Minor, Alexandre Hanft (eds.)