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1-Jan-2014Analogical classification: A new way to deal with examplesBounhas, M; Prade, H; Richard, G
1-Jan-2014Analogical classification: Handling numerical dataBounhas, M; Prade, H; Richard, G
1-Jan-2016Analogical classifiers: A theoretical perspectiveHug, N; Prade, H; Richard, G; Serrurier, M
1-Aug-2013Analogical proportions and multiple-valued logicsPrade, H; Richard, G
1-Dec-2010Analogical proportions: Another logical viewPrade, H; Richard, G
7-Nov-2016Analogy in recommendation. Numerical vs. Ordinal: A discussionHug, N; Prade, H; Richard, G; Serrurier, M
1-Dec-2009Analogy, paralogy and reverse analogy: Postulates and inferencesPrade, H; Richard, G
1-Dec-2017Analogy-based classifiers for nominal or numerical dataBounhas, M; Prade, H; Richard, G
1-Dec-2011Analogy-making for solving IQ tests: A logical viewPrade, H; Richard, G
1-Dec-2011Cataloguing/analogizing: A nonmonotonic viewPrade, H; Richard, G
2013Classification Based on Homogeneous Logical Proportions.Moraes, RMD; Machado, LS; Prade, H; Richard, G; Bramer, M; Petridis, M
1-Dec-2010Classification by means of fuzzy analogy-related proportions - A preliminary reportPrade, H; Richard, G; Yao, B
1-Jan-2016Completing preferences by means of analogical proportionsPirlot, M; Prade, H; Richard, G
1-Nov-2016Constructive Solving of Raven's IQ Tests with Analogical ProportionsBeltran, WC; Prade, H; Richard, G
1-Jan-2017A discussion of analogical-proportion based inferencePrade, H; Richard, G
1-May-2012Evaluation of analogical proportions through Kolmogorov complexityBayoudh, M; Prade, H; Richard, G
1-Jan-2015Experimenting analogical reasoning in recommendationHug, N; Prade, H; Richard, G
1-Dec-2013From analogical proportion to logical proportionsPrade, H; Richard, G
1-Jan-2014From analogical proportion to logical proportions: A surveyPrade, H; Richard, G
1-Dec-2012Homogeneous logical proportions: Their uniqueness and their role in similarity-based predictionPrade, H; Richard, G