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Network of Excellence in Inductive Logic Programming ILPnet2
Funded by the European Commission under contract INCO 977102
University of Bristol (UK)
Jozef Stefan Institute (SI)
Welcome to the homepage of ILPnet2, which officially started
1st September 1998, and was funded for 4 years under the European Union's
until 31 August 2002.
This website provides a wealth of resources on Inductive Logic
Programming and related machine learning approaches.
Mission and objectives
ILPnet2 is a Network of Excellence consisting of 37 universities
and research institutes. In addition the network actively pursues
industrial relations through its End-user-club, consisting of
companies and other non-academic institutions interested in practical
applications of ILP.
The mission of ILPnet2 is defined by the following long-term objectives:
More information is available in the Workplan.
- To co-ordinate ILP research among the nodes of the network.
- To promote the co-operation and exchange of research results
among the network nodes.
- To disseminate information on ILP research and applications
to the outside world, including both academic and industrial/non-academic
- To facilitate the transfer of ILP research results to practice.
- To support the establishment of the infrastructure necessary
for achieving the above objectives.
ILPnet2 is the successor of ILPnet (1993-6).
ILPnet2 organised or sponsored a lot of ILP-related events;
see the Events page for more information.
ILPnet2 nodes have been working hard to make ILP-related
information available on-line. A good example is the
ILPnet2 Library, which is an on-line
browsable and searchable bibliography of ILP-related references.
For other resources, such as lists of ILP systems and datasets,
follow the links in the menubar.
A more complete list, including contact persons, can be found
at the IJS ILPnet2 website.
The End-user-club encourages contacts between its members and the network nodes,
in order to achieve tighter co-operation and more application-oriented RTD projects.
See the End-user club page for more information.
- Amer World Research, Nicosia (CY)
- Atlantis Telecom, Prague (CZ)
- Center for Computational Linguistics, Prague (CZ)
- Center of Dutch Language and Speech, Antwerpen (BE)
- Dialogis, Bonn (DE)
- Hydrometeorological Institute of Slovenia, Ljubljana (SI)
- Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London (UK)
- KD Labs, Zurich (CH)
- Kiminkii, Utrecht (NL)
- Morphologic, Budapest (HU)
- National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana (SI)
- Research Institute for Child Health, Brno (CZ)
- Sentient Machine Research, Amsterdam (NL)
- Studio PHI, Ljubljana (SI)
- Syllogic, Amersfoort (NL)
- Virtech, Sofia (BG)
The network management board consists
of the network manager, the scientific manager, and node managers
of the nodes that have undertaken to steer and co-ordinate some
of the network's activities.
- Pavel Brazdil, University of Porto (PT)
- Saso Dzeroski, Jozef Stefan Institute (SI, scientific coordinator)
- Peter Flach, University of Bristol (UK, administrative coordinator)
- Tibor Gyimothy, Jozsef Attila University (HU)
- Zdravko Markov, Sofia University (BG)
- Stefan Wrobel, GMD Forschungszentrum Informationstechnik (D)
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