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Machine learning--EWSL-91 : proceedings

Author: Yves Kodratoff
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1991.
Series: Lecture notes in computer science, 482.; Lecture notes in computer science., Lecture notes in artificial intelligence.
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A volume of conference proceedings which describes the most recent advances in the field of machine learning. Focusing on the state of current research in Europe, the text describes multi-strategy  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Kongress
Conference proceedings
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
European Working Session on Learning (1991 : Porto, Portugal)
Machine learning--EWSL-91.
Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, c1991
(OCoLC)645943091
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yves Kodratoff
ISBN: 354053816X 9783540538165 038753816X 9780387538167
OCLC Number: 23178396
Description: xi, 537 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Abstracting background knowledge for concept learning.- A multistrategy learning approach to domain modeling and knowledge acquisition.- Using plausible explanations to bias empirical generalization in weak theory domains.- The replication problem: A constructive induction approach.- Integrating an explanation-based learning mechanism into a general problem-solver.- Analytical negative generalization and empirical negative generalization are not cumulative: A case study.- Evaluating and changing representation in concept acquisition.- Application of empirical discovery in knowledge acquisition.- Using accuracy in scientific discovery.- KBG : A generator of knowledge bases.- On estimating probabilities in tree pruning.- Rule induction with CN2: Some recent improvements.- On changing continuous attributes into ordered discrete attributes.- A method for inductive cost optimization.- When does overfitting decrease prediction accuracy in induced decision trees and rule sets?.- Semi-naive bayesian classifier.- Description contrasting in incremental concept formation.- System FLORA: Learning from time-varying training sets.- Message-based bucket brigade: An algorithm for the apportionment of credit problem.- Acquiring object-knowledge for learning systems.- Learning nonrecursive definitions of relations with linus.- Extending explanation-based generalization by abstraction operators.- Static learning for an adaptative theorem prover.- Explanation-based generalization and constraint propagation with interval labels.- Learning by explanation of failures.- PANEL : Logic and learnability.- Panel on : Causality and learning.- Seed space and version space: Generalizing from approximations.- Integrating EBL with automatic text analysis.- Abduction for explanation-based learning.- Consistent term mappings, term partitions, and inverse resolution.- Learning by analogical replay in prodigy: First results.- Analogical reasoning for logic programming.- Case-based learning of strategic knowledge.- Learning in distributed systems and multi-agent environments.- Learning to relate terms in a multiple agent environment.- Extending learning to multiple agents: Issues and a model for multi-agent machine learning (MA-ML).- Applications of machine learning: Notes from the panel members.- Evaluation of learning systems : An artificial data-based approach.- Shift of bias in learning from drug compounds: The fleming project.- Learning features by experimentation in chess.- Representation and induction of musical structures for computer assisted composition.- IPSA: Inductive protein structure analysis.- Four stances on knowledge acquisition and machine learning.- Programme of EWSL-91.
Series Title: Lecture notes in computer science, 482.; Lecture notes in computer science., Lecture notes in artificial intelligence.
Responsibility: European Working Session on Learning, Porto, Portugal, March 6-8, 1991 ; Y. Kodratoff (ed.).
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