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CORR
2011
Springer
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Bias-Driven Revision of Logical Domain Theories
The theory revision problem is the problem of how best to go about revising a deficient domain theory using information contained in examples that expose inaccuracies. In this pa...
Ronen Feldman, Moshe Koppel, Alberto Maria Segre
TCS
2010
8 years 11 months ago
Comparing free algebras in Topological and Classical Domain Theory
We compare how computational effects are modelled in Classical Domain Theory and Topological Domain Theory. Both of these theories provide powerful toolkits for denotational sema...
Ingo Battenfeld
CORR
1998
Springer
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Tractability of Theory Patching
In this paper we consider the problem of theory patching, in which we are given a domain theory, some of whose components are indicated to be possibly awed, and a set of labeled t...
Shlomo Argamon-Engelson, Moshe Koppel
ENTCS
2006
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An Operational Domain-theoretic Treatment of Recursive Types
We develop a domain theory for treating recursive types with respect to contextual equivalence. The principal approach taken here deviates from classical domain theory in that we ...
Weng Kin Ho
CORR
2006
Springer
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Logic Column 15: Coalgebras and Their Logics
of proposed research. A short bibliography is optional. Domain theory has been developed around 40 years since 1970s by D. Scott, and S. Abramsky revealed the "junction betwee...
Alexander Kurz
IJCAI
1989
9 years 2 months ago
Detecting and Correcting Errors of Omission After Explanation-Based Learning
In this paper, we address an issue that arises when the background knowledge used by explanationbased learning is incorrect. In particular, we consider the problems that can be ca...
Michael J. Pazzani
IJCAI
1989
9 years 2 months ago
Program Derivation Using Analogy
We present a methodology for using analogy to derive programs based on a derivational transformation method. The derived programs are deductively closed under the rules in the kno...
Mehdi T. Harandi, Sanjay Bhansali
AAAI
1994
9 years 2 months ago
Representing Multiple Theories
Most Artificial Intelligence programs lack generality because they reason with a single domain theory that is tailored for a specific task and embodies a host of implicit assumpti...
P. Pandurang Nayak
AAAI
1993
9 years 2 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
IJCAI
1997
9 years 2 months ago
An Aggregation Procedure for Building Episodic Memory
When dealing with narrative texts, a system must possess a strong domain theory, and especially knowledge about situations occurring in the world. Otherwise the system must envisa...
Olivier Ferret, Brigitte Grau
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