David Aha and Michael Floyd
Flexible Plan-Subplan Matching for Plan Recognition in Case-Based Agents
Keith Frazer, Swaroop Vattam and David Aha
|9:35-9:40||Transition between speakers|
Predicting the Outcome of Small Battles in StarCraft
Antonio A. Sánchez-Ruiz
|10:00-10:05||Transition between speakers|
A CBR Approach to the Angry Birds Game
Adil Paul and Eyke Huellermeier
A Case-Based Framework for Task Demonstration Storage and Adaptation
Tesca Fitzgerald and Ashok Goel
Case-based Local and Global Percept Processing for Rebel Agents
Alexandra Coman, Kellen Gillespie and Hector Munoz-Avila
Multi-Agent Case-Based Diagnosis in the Aircraft Domain
Pascal Reuss, Klaus-Dieter Althoff, Alexander Hundt, Wolfram Henkel and Matthias Pfeiffer
|14:05-14:10||Transition between speakers|
Case Based Disruption Monitoring
Joseph Kann, Matthew Molineaux and Bryan Auslander
|14:30-14:35||Transition between speakers|
I Know What You're Doing: A Case Study on Case-Based Opponent Modeling and Low-Level Action Prediction
Thomas Gabel and Eicke Godehardt
David Aha and Michael Floyd
Agents are autonomous, heterogeneous, persistent, computing entities that interact with the environment through sensing, effecting, and communicating. Situated agents must not only cope with limited computational resources, but also plan and act with incomplete models of an environment that is dynamic, partially-observable, and non-deterministic. Case-based reasoning (CBR) emphasizes reasoning effectively in complex situations using imperfect knowledge of the world by leveraging past experiences and learning from history. There exists a natural synergy between these two disciplines (i.e., agents and CBR). Both have witnessed tremendous progress in the recent past, but there have been few dedicated meetings on their intersection. The objective of this workshop is to engender cross-fertilization of ideas between these two topics and highlight recent advances that are of mutual interest.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
This workshop will be held on 28 September 2015 as part of the ICCBR 2015 workshop series in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. This workshop is open to all interested conference participants, but may be limited by available room facilities.
We plan to invite some senior members of the CBR community to discuss their work on this topic. Potential attendees are encouraged to submit papers (based on the guidelines below) but we also welcome attendance of those who do not wish to submit a paper. The Organizing Committee will select a subset of the submitted papers for oral presentation and, possibly, poster presentation. In addition, we will arrange a panel that addresses popular interests among the participants. Time for discussion sessions devoted to specific topics of interest will also be reserved, as will time for brief demonstrations.
Please contact the workshop co-chairs with any specific questions.
Paper submissions should be formatted according to the ICCBR 2015 Conference instructions (using the Springer LNCS formatting guidelines). The following submissions are accepted: