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|Klaus-Dieter Althoff is Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Hildesheim, Germany, and head of the Competence Center Case-Based Reasoning at DFKI. His research focus includes modeling expertise in its different facets, knowledge engineering and extraction for CBR, distributed architectures with CBR, integration of CBR with various semantic technologies, deep integration between CBR and explanation reasoning, and learning expert systems.|
|Thomas Roth-Berghofer is Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the University of West London, England. He leads the Centre for Model-based Software Engineering and Explanation-aware Computing, which is based in the School of Computing and Technology. Together with Armin Stahl he initiated the development of myCBR, a state-of-the-art CBR tool and SDK as they missed an easy-to-use, up-to-date tool for teaching CBR classes, for experimenting, and for rapid prototyping in all sorts of projects.|
|Armin Stahl is head of the Competence Center Multimedia Analysis and Data Mining (MADM) and Senior Researcher at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence DFKI GmbH. His major research interests are case-based reasoning, recommender systems, content-based image and video search, machine learning, and pattern recognition.|
|Kerstin Bach is researcher at DFKI and phd student at the University of Hildesheim. Her main research interests include intelligent information systems, case-based reasoning, knowledge and experience management, software agents, travel medicine, knowledge modeling, as well as natural language processing. Further on Kerstin Bach supports mediScon worldwide in providing trustworthy travel medical information on the WWW.|
|Christian Severin Sauer is research assistant and phd student in the School of Computing and Technology at the University of West London. His research interests are in the fields of explanation-aware computing, case-based reasoning (CBR) and more general knowledge-based systems (KBS). Christian is also interested in context-aware and context-sensitive systems. Further he is researching within the fields of knowledge formalisation for KBS and knowledge extraction from data available in specific web communities.|
|Regis Newo is researcher at DFKI and phd student at the University of Hildesheim. His research interests include knowledge-based systems and agent-based systems as well as their application in the life sciences.|
Former team members
Over the years many people supported the development of myCBR in different roles:
- Daniel Bahls developed the initial version of the myCBR Protégé plugin and some of its explanation capabilities.
- Michael Lörscher and Andreas Rumpf contributed and helped a great deal in debugging the myCBR Protégé plugin.
- Laura Zilles took over from Daniel Bahls. She designed and developed the myCBR SDK, the core of the current OSGi version of the myCBR Workbench.
- Fabian Schwahn ported myCBR to the OSGi platform.