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Metric-Based Inductive Learning Using Semantic Height Functions

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Metric-Based Inductive Learning Using Semantic Height Functions
In the present paper we propose a consistent way to integrate syntactical least general generalizations (lgg's) with semantic evaluation of the hypotheses. For this purpose we use two di erent relations on the hypothesis space { a constructive one, used to generate lgg's and a semantic one giving the coverage-based evaluation of the lgg. These two relations jointly implement a semantic distance measure. The formal background for this is a height-based de nition of a semi-distance in a join semi-lattice. We use some basic results from lattice theory and introduce a family of language independent coverage-based height functions. The theoretical results are illustrated by examples of solving some basic inductive learning tasks.
Zdravko Markov, Ivo Marinchev
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ECML
Authors Zdravko Markov, Ivo Marinchev
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