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AAAI
1993
8 years 10 months ago
Model Simplification by Asymptotic Order of Magnitude Reasoning
One of the hardest problems in reasoning about a physical system is finding an approximate model that is mathematically tractable and yet captures the essence of the problem. Appr...
Kenneth Man-kam Yip
AAAI
1993
8 years 10 months ago
Learning Semantic Grammars with Constructive Inductive Logic Programming
Automating the construction of semantic grammars is a di cult and interesting problem for machine learning. This paper shows how the semantic-grammar acquisition problem can be vi...
John M. Zelle, Raymond J. Mooney
AAAI
1993
8 years 10 months ago
Scientific Model-Building as Search in Matrix Spaces
Many reported discovery systems build discrete models of hidden structure, properties, or processes in the diverse fields of biology, chemistry, and physics. We show that the sear...
Raúl E. Valdés-Pérez, Jan M. ...
AAAI
1993
8 years 10 months ago
Comprehensibility Improvement of Tabular Knowledge Bases
This paper discusses the important issue of knowledge base comprehensibility and describes a technique for comprehensibility improvement. Comprehensibility is often measured by si...
Atsushi Sugiura, Maximilian Riesenhuber, Yoshiyuki...
AAAI
1993
8 years 10 months ago
Supporting and Optimizing Full Unification in a Forward Chaining Rule System
The Rete and Treat algorithms are considered the most efficient implementation techniques for Forward Chaining rule systems. These algorithms support a language of limited express...
Howard E. Shrobe
AAAI
1993
8 years 10 months ago
Automatically Constructing a Dictionary for Information Extraction Tasks
Knowledge-based natural language processing systems have achieved good success with certain tasks but they are often criticized because they depend on a domain-specific dictionar...
Ellen Riloff
AAAI
1993
8 years 10 months ago
Finding Accurate Frontiers: A Knowledge-Intensive Approach to Relational Learning
learning (EBL) component. In this paper we provide a brief review of FOIL and FOCL, then discuss how operationalizing a domain theory can adversely affect the accuracy of a learned...
Michael J. Pazzani, Clifford Brunk
AAAI
1993
8 years 10 months ago
The Semantics of Event Prevention
In planning tasks an agent may often find himself in a situation demanding that he choose an action that would prevent some unwanted event from occurring. Similarly, in tasks invo...
Charles L. Ortiz Jr.
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