Machine Learning: ECML-93: European Conference on Machine Learning, Vienna, Austria, April 5-7, 1993. Proceedings
Pavel B. Brazdil
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Mar 23, 1993 - Computers - 480 pages
This volume contains the proceedings of the Eurpoean Conference on Machine Learning (ECML-93), continuing the tradition of the five earlier EWSLs (European Working Sessions on Learning). The aim of these conferences is to provide a platform for presenting the latest results in the area of machine learning. The ECML-93 programme included invited talks, selected papers, and the presentation of ongoing work in poster sessions. The programme was completed by several workshops on specific topics. The volume contains papers related to all these activities. The first chapter of the proceedings contains two invited papers, one by Ross Quinlan and one by Stephen Muggleton on inductive logic programming. The second chapter contains 18 scientific papers accepted for the main sessions of the conference. The third chapter contains 18 shorter position papers. The final chapter includes three overview papers related to the ECML-93 workshops.
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accuracy application approach architecture Artificial Intelligence atoms attributes background knowledge Bayesian classifier clause heads Cobbit Cobweb complexity Computer concept drift constraints context decision tree defined definition dependency described domain theory equivalent error rate estimate evaluation evolutionary algorithms finite FOIL function genetic algorithm given goal heuristic Hornclauses hypothesis ILP systems Inductive Logic Programming inference input language learnability learner learning algorithm learning system literals Lymphography Machine Learning Michalski minimal Morgan Kaufmann Muggleton mutation negative examples neural network node optimal paper parameters partition performance positive examples possible predicate invention preference bias problem Proceedings proof protein pruning methods Quinlan recursive reduced sentences redundancy refinement operator relation representation restricted revision rules search space selection sequence set of clauses simulated annealing step Stephen Muggleton strategy structure subset subsumption task theorem training set tuples variables version space YAILS