ICCBR 2022 Workshop on CBR Demos and Showcases

Call for Demonstrations

The paradigm of Case-Based Reasoning can be applied to a variety of complex problems such as in solving legal cases, generating cooking recipes, assisting humans in design and planning tasks, etc. Underneath such sophisticated CBR applications lies a simple yet elegant methodology, frequently referred to as the 4R cycle, consisting of the Retrieve, Re-use, Revise and Retain steps. Each of these steps could be realized using diverse technologies and it is no less than an art to choose the proper realization for a given domain.

The goal of this workshop is to provide a forum for CBR researchers to share video  demonstrations and showcases of applied CBR research emphasizing their choice of technologies and challenges faced while realizing the different stages of the CBR process. We welcome demos and showcases of past and/or current applied CBR research of a researcher / research group / project. A showcase can be an extended presentation of an idea or a CBR prototype.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Demonstrating successfully applied CBR solutions with real-users in industry, highlighting the advantages of adopting a CBR methodology and practical challenges that were faced.
  • Showcasing funded projects where CBR has played a key role, or to highlight exciting avenues for future CBR research.
  • Demonstrating a larger AI system with a focus on the CBR subsystems
  • Responsible CBR with focus on explainability and ethical considerations of CBR
  • Tools for design, development, analysis and evaluation of CBR systems

Video Submission and Evaluation

The following submission options are offered

  • Information videos, designed to introduce or examine theoretical aspects of CBR, links with other research areas, or specific research.
  • Software Demonstrations, highlighting specific application of CBR or related techniques in applied research.
  • Project showcases, describing planned or successful projects where CBR is or will be central to achieving the desired outcome.

Videos are expected to be 5 minutes in length, supported by a 2 minute introduction from the presenter.

In all scenarios, videos are to be accompanied by a maximum of 2 written pages containing an abstract and video description. It is our intention that these will be published in the workshop proceedings to accompany video links hosted on a video platform such as YouTube.

All abstracts and descriptions are to be submitted via the ICCBR-22 EasyChair system. Papers should be in CEUR proceedings format. Authors instructions and the LaTeX template can be found here:

Important Dates

  • Submission Deadline: July 8, 2022
  • Notification Date: July 22, 2022
  • Camera-Ready Deadline: July 29, 2022

Researchers who submit demo systems will be required to provide access to the software (or a video of its functionality) in advance to facilitate evaluation.

For more details and updates, please check the workshop website given below.

Workshop Website


Workshop Organizers

Kyle Martin
Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Devi Ganesan
Insights and Intelligence Lab, Accenture Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore, India

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