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ALT
2010
Springer
11 years 8 months ago
Recursive Teaching Dimension, Learning Complexity, and Maximum Classes
This paper is concerned with the combinatorial structure of concept classes that can be learned from a small number of examples. We show that the recently introduced notion of recu...
Thorsten Doliwa, Hans-Ulrich Simon, Sandra Zilles
ALT
2005
Springer
12 years 5 months ago
Teaching Learners with Restricted Mind Changes
Within learning theory teaching has been studied in various ways. In a common variant the teacher has to teach all learners that are restricted to output only consistent hypotheses...
Frank J. Balbach, Thomas Zeugmann
JMLR
2011
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11 years 3 months ago
Models of Cooperative Teaching and Learning
While most supervised machine learning models assume that training examples are sampled at random or adversarially, this article is concerned with models of learning from a cooper...
Sandra Zilles, Steffen Lange, Robert Holte, Martin...
COLT
1991
Springer
11 years 11 months ago
On the Complexity of Teaching
While most theoretical work in machine learning has focused on the complexity of learning, recently there has been increasing interest in formally studying the complexity of teach...
Sally A. Goldman, Michael J. Kearns
COLT
2008
Springer
11 years 9 months ago
Teaching Dimensions based on Cooperative Learning
The problem of how a teacher and a learner can cooperate in the process of learning concepts from examples in order to minimize the required sample size without “coding tricksâ€...
Sandra Zilles, Steffen Lange, Robert Holte, Martin...
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