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This book is an updated version of Dale's 1988 PhD thesis at the University of Edinburgh's Centre for Cognitive Science. It will be of interest to all natural language generation researchers because it serves as a practical guide to the theory and methods of generating referring expressions. The...
Inductive Logic Programming (ILP) is a research area which investigates the construction of first-order definite clause theories from examples and background knowledge. ILP systems have been applied successfully in a number of real-world domains. These include the learning of structure-activity...
There is an abundance of literature on Neural Networks (NNs). However, it is hard to find a text on NNs that provides a happy balance among good pedagogy, theory, and practice. For example, most introductory NN courses are taught with a collection of loosely related papers, excerpts from books,...
The paper gives an overview of theoretical results in the rapidly growing field of inductive logic programming (ILP). The ILP learning situation (generality model, background knowledge, examples, hypotheses) is formally characterized and various restrictions of it are discussed in the light of...
This book presents philosophical issues related to the aims and methods of artificial intelligence (AI) research. Although it is introductory and assumes virtually no background knowledge of either philosophy or AI, it introduces and analyzes important foundational issues of AI. It is a...
Some applications of Inductive Logic Programming (ILP) are presented. Those applications are chosen that specifically benefit from relational descriptions generated by ILP programs, and from ILP's ability to accommodate background knowledge. Applications included are: drug design, predicting the...
FOIL is a system for inducing function-free Horn clause definitions of relations from example and extensionally defined background relations. It demonstrates the successful application of a general to specific approach to clause induction using heuristically guided search. This paper describes...
The carefree character of this compilation begins in the second sentence of its introduction where the editors confer a nonactual knighthood upon Charles Babbage and assert without evidence that Ada Lady Lovelace was his mistress.
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