International Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering - CSEE 2013
Author(s) : DURGA PRASAD SHARMA , KAPIL KHANDELWAL
A single type of knowledge and reasoning method is often not sufficient for a decision support system to address the variety of tasks a user performs. It is often necessary to determine which reasoning method would be the most appropriate for each task, and a combination of different methods has often shown the best results. In this study CBR was mixed with other RBR and MBR approaches to promote synergies and benefits beyond those achievable using CBR or other individual reasoning approaches alone. Each approach has advantages and disadvantages, which are proved to be complementary in a large degree. So, it is well-justified to combine these to produce effective hybrid approaches, surpassing the disadvantages of each component method. In this paper, we briefly outlined popular case-based reasoning combinations. More specifically, we focus on combinations of case-based reasoning with rule based reasoning, and model based reasoning.Further we examined the strengths and weaknesses of various reasoning models, case-based reasoning, rule-based reasoning and model-based reasoning, and discuss how they can be combined to form a more robust and better-performing hybrid.