d2isco: Distributed Deliberative CBR Systems with jCOLIBRI
In this paper we describe D2ISCO: a framework to design and implement deliberative and collaborative Case Based Reasoning (CBR) systems. Using D2ISCO we design and implement distributed CBR systems where each node collaborates, arguments and counterarguments its local results with other nodes to improve the performance of the system’s global response. D2ISCO is integrated as a part of jcolibri2  an established framework in the CBR community. We perform a case study for a collaborative music recommender system and present the results of an experiment of the accuracy of the system results using a fuzzy version of the argumentation system AMAL  and a network topology based on a social network.
KeywordsSocial Network Recommender System Reasoning Process Case Base Reasoning Real Rating
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