Computer-Aid For Example-Based Modeling

> As SBM became a world power due to science and computer development, EBM also can be enhanced, from 2 to 5 parameter models, that can be handled by the "naked"  human brain to networks of multi-dimensional real-world EBMs with 20 to 50 parameters or even more. The key is bringing Computer Aid to EBM: CA+EBM=CAEBM !

> CA can be used to collect, setup, and handle the often big number of examples from arbitrary sources, over appropriate normalizations and transformations in accordance to the list of OPs and IPs, up to filling data gaps of "missing values" etc.

> CA is idispensable to setup, train, and control the appropriate high-dimensional KHB, representing the complete relationships between the IPs and the OPs, in accordance to the problem at hand. Within this, generalization and QA methods have to be applied to ensure the accuracy and quality of the EBM and of it's results.

> CA is finally used to employ the EBMs in real-world environments, and to give confidence measures to any single result in the high-dimensional problem space, based on the availability of examples for the special model. 

> Along this line, CA can enhance the restricted EBM capabilities of the human brain to a general and powerful tool, to tackle also complex interdisciplinary problems, which are not yet covered by today's sophisticated and high-developed SBMs, and new opportunities to use the know-how contained in myriads of existing examples arise.