Category Archives: Tutorial

Tutorial: myCBR and Colibri Studio at AI 2012 Conference

From CBR researchers and students we learned that Colibri Studio and myCBR are perceived as competitors. But nothing is further from the truth. Colibri Sudio and myCBR complement each other. At ICCBR 2012 we gave tutorials on our open source tools (announced here) together and decided in discussions afterwards to further promote their interoperability at other venues.

We are happy to showcase myCBR and Colibri Studio at AI 2012, the thirty-second Annual International Conference of the British Computer Society’s Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence (SGAI), which will be held in the attractive surroundings of Peterhouse College in Cambridge. The introductory tutorial will be given as part of the main conference by Christian Sauer, University of West London, and Dr Juan Antonio Recio García, Complutense University of Madrid.

Additionally, there will be a talk about myCBR and Colibri Studio at the 17th UK Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning (UKCBR 2012).

You can register online here.

ICCBR 2012: Talks and Tutorial

At ICCBR 2012 Thomas Roth-Berghofer will give an introduction to the myCBR 3 Workbench and SDK. Kerstin Bach will report on “Developing Case-Based Reasoning Applications using myCBR 3”. In the afternoon, Christian Sauer will give a hands-on tutorial and show how to use the myCBR 3 Workbench and how to use the modelled knowledge in a Java application or via JSP.

Update: Tutorial information is available here.

Seeing is believing: myCBR 3 demo and tutorial at ICCBR 2012

Do you want learn about how to use the myCBR 3 Workbench and how to model the domain knowledge and similarity measures? Do you want to integrate similarity-based retrieval functionality into your mobile or web application to provide some smartness to your customers? The myCBR project team will give a demo / hands-on tutorial at the 20th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning (ICCBR 2012) in Lyon, France, from 3 to 6 September. Watch the news here for more details.

We are keen on your feedback: What would you like to know more about? Write to us at:  cbr (at) dfki.uni-kl.de.