The conflict resolution task performed by air-traffic controllers appears a suitable task for automation using CBR. This is because human competence seems to involve recognising situations and reusing solutions. In this paper we present our experiences in developing a CBR system to support this conflict resolution task. We discuss the problems of case representation: the macro problem of what should constitute a case and the micro problem of how to characterise a case. We evaluate some alternative case representations and identify a representation with one aircraft per case that is extendible to describe conflicts with multiple aircraft.
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