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Learning in Clausal Logic: A Perspective on Inductive Logic Programming

Peter Flach, Nada Lavrac, Learning in Clausal Logic: A Perspective on Inductive Logic Programming. Chapter in Computational Logic: Logic Programming and Beyond (Essays in Honour of Robert A. Kowalski). Antonis C. Kakas, Fariba Sadri, (eds.). ISBN 3 540 43959 5, pp. 437–471. June 2002. PDF, 366 Kbytes. External information

Abstract

Inductive logic programming is a form of machine learning from examples which employs the representation formalism of clausal logic. The chapter gives an accessible introduction to the main issues in inductive logic programming. In addition, it outlines the main current research directions which have been strongly influenced by recent developments in data mining and challenging real-life applications.

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