By Eyke Hüllermeier, Mirjam Minor

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the twenty third overseas convention on Case-Based Reasoning study and improvement, ICCBR 2015, held in Frankfurt am major, Germany, in September 2015.

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Each search area 24 B. Auslander et al. is also assigned a random wind speed between 0–20 meters per second. , airport and five nearby buildings) are stored as a search and rescue (S&R) problem. We repeated this 100 times to obtain 100 S&R problems. , Distance to AOI, Wind Direction) are derived from these problems at run time. Each S&R problem was used to create a problem set that contains potential vehicle assignments for the problem. , the STUAS with default camera configuration). Future work will evaluate other vehicles and configurations as parameters, such as the use of static cameras and multiple vehicles.

3. Finally, all variants contained within the current testing fold were run for evaluation purposes. 3 describes the experiments and algorithms used to test our hypotheses. Case-Based Policy and Goal Recognition 39 To test hypothesis H1, that using goals improves PaGR’s policy recognition accuracy, we tested PaGR in the following conditions. 1. Correct Goal: This was the ideal case for PaGR; it was given a correct goal from the mission briefing and never tried to change it. 8). Preliminary tests showed that the specific value for goal weighting had little impact on overall recognition as long as wg ∈ [15 %, 25 %].

Future versions of these simulators will address these discrepancies and also implement a procedure for returning to base and landing to increase scenario realism. We expect that further improvements to performance will be found as more discrim‐ inating problem features are identified. For example, another type of vehicle would yield entirely new data clusters as Energy burn rates, and flight profiles would differ. As more data is collected over time the accuracy of the algorithms should increase and require fewer simulation runs.

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