Case-Based Reasoning: Strategies, Developments and Applications


Tao Lin (Editor)
School of Electrical Engineering Wuhan University, Wuhan, China
Hubei Collaborative Innovation Center for High-efficient Utilization of Solar Energy, Wuhan, China

Series: Electrical Engineering Developments
BISAC: TEC007000

This book systematically discusses Case Based Reasoning (CBR) in the views of theories, methods, and related problems and experiences. The book can be used as a reference in actual applications, in which the research of a few scholars and engineers in the field are introduced.

The book is divided into nine different chapters, mainly discussed in the following three aspects:
1) Advances and developments in strategies and specific areas of CBR theory, such as the research of semantic similarity, are introduced in Chapters One, Two and Three in detail.
2)Related research achievements of the applications of CBR in power system analysis, operation and control. These applications include small signal stability early warning, multiple power disturbance recognition, transient stability assessment, fault diagnosis expert system of power transformer, and fault diagnosis and reliability prediction of high–speed railway traction power supply system, which are concretely given out in Chapters Four, Five, Six, Seven and Eight.
3) Applications of CBR in other fields, such as food science, automatic control and mechanical industry, are specifically presented in Chapters One, Three and Nine, respectively.
(Imprint: Nova)



Table of Contents

pp. vii-viii

Chapter 1
A Reconciliation-Driven Approach of Case-based Prediction: State of The Art, Method Overview and Application in Food Science
(Fatiha Saïs, Rallou Thomopoulos, LRI (Paris Sud University & CNRS), Orsay Cedex, France, and others)
pp. 1-30

Chapter 2
Application of Case-Based Reasoning and Group Decision-Making Methods for Planning in a Case of Failures of Technical Systems
(Aleksandr F. Berman, Olga A. Nikolaichuk, Galina S. Maltugueva, Aleksandr Yu. Yurin, Institute for Systems Dynamics and Control Theory, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Irkutsk, Russia)
pp. 31-44

Chapter 3
Semantic Similarity
(Rafael Batres, Tecnol¨®gico de Monterrey, Campus Cuernavaca, M¨¦xico)
pp. 45-58

Chapter 4
Improvement of Small Signal Stability Early Warning Based on CBR and OAPID Theory
(Tao Lin, Rusi Chen, Xialing Xu and Jiannan Zhang, School of Electrical Engineering Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, and others)
pp. 59-70

Chapter 5
Multiple Power Disturbances Recognition based on CBR and Complex Wavelet with Adjustable Window
(Tao Lin, Rusi Chen, Xialing Xu and Guangzheng Yu, School of Electrical Engineering Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, and others)
pp. 71-80

Chapter 6
Transient Stability Assessment of Power System Based on CBR Technique
(Fei Tang, School of Electrical Engineering, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China)
pp. 81-96

Chapter 7
Fault Diagnosis Expert System of Power Transformer Based on the Fault Tree Analysis
(Hui Peng, School of Electrical Engineering, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China)
pp. 97-112

Chapter 8
Fault Diagnosis and Reliability Prediction of High-Speed Railway Traction Power Supply System based on CBR Technique
(Zheng you He, Qi Wang and Cheng Hongbo, School of Electrical Engineering, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China)
pp. 113-158

Chapter 9
A Study of Applying Case-Based Reasoning on Diagnosing and Maintenance
(Yuo-Tern Tsai, Department of Mechanical Engineering, De-Lin Institute of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan)
pp. 159-176

pp. 177-179

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