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Inductive Logic Programming [electronic resource] :12th International Conference, ILP 2002 Sydney, Australia, July 9–11, 2002 Revised Papers /

Contributor(s): Matwin, Stan [editor.] | Sammut, Claude [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2583Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003.Description: X, 358 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540364689.Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Computer programming | Algorithms | Mathematical logic | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Computer Science, general | Programming Techniques | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Mathematical Logic and Formal LanguagesOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Contributed Papers -- Propositionalization for Clustering Symbolic Relational Descriptions -- Efficient and Effective Induction of First Order Decision Lists -- Learning with Feature Description Logics -- An Empirical Evaluation of Bagging in Inductive Logic Programming -- Kernels for Structured Data -- Experimental Comparison of Graph-Based Relational Concept Learning with Inductive Logic Programming Systems -- Autocorrelation and Linkage Cause Bias in Evaluation of Relational Learners -- Learnability of Description Logic Programs -- 1BC2: A True First-Order Bayesian Classifier -- RSD: Relational Subgroup Discovery through First-Order Feature Construction -- Mining Frequent Logical Sequences with SPIRIT-LoG -- Using Theory Completion to Learn a Robot Navigation Control Program -- Learning Structure and Parameters of Stochastic Logic Programs -- A Novel Approach to Machine Discovery: Genetic Programming and Stochastic Grammars -- Revision of First-Order Bayesian Classifiers -- The Applicability to ILP of Results Concerning the Ordering of Binomial Populations -- Compact Representation of Knowledge Bases in ILP -- A Polynomial Time Matching Algorithm of Structured Ordered Tree Patterns for Data Mining from Semistructured Data -- A Genetic Algorithms Approach to ILP -- Experimental Investigation of Pruning Methods for Relational Pattern Discovery -- Noise-Resistant Incremental Relational Learning Using Possible Worlds -- Lattice-Search Runtime Distributions May Be Heavy-Tailed -- Invited Talk Abstracts -- Learning in Rich Representations: Inductive Logic Programming and Computational Scientific Discovery.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: The Twelfth International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming was held in Sydney, Australia, July 9–11, 2002. The conference was colocated with two other events, the Nineteenth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML2002) and the Fifteenth Annual Conference on Computational Learning Theory (COLT2002). Startedin1991,InductiveLogicProgrammingistheleadingannualforumfor researchers working in Inductive Logic Programming and Relational Learning. Continuing a series of international conferences devoted to Inductive Logic Programming and Relational Learning, ILP 2002 was the central event in 2002 for researchers interested in learning relational knowledge from examples. The Program Committee, following a resolution of the Community Me- ing in Strasbourg in September 2001, took upon itself the issue of the possible change of the name of the conference. Following an extended e-mail discussion, a number of proposed names were subjected to a vote. In the ?rst stage of the vote, two names were retained for the second vote. The two names were: Ind- tive Logic Programming, and Relational Learning. It had been decided that a 60% vote would be needed to change the name; the result of the vote was 57% in favor of the name Relational Learning. Consequently, the name Inductive Logic Programming was kept.
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Contributed Papers -- Propositionalization for Clustering Symbolic Relational Descriptions -- Efficient and Effective Induction of First Order Decision Lists -- Learning with Feature Description Logics -- An Empirical Evaluation of Bagging in Inductive Logic Programming -- Kernels for Structured Data -- Experimental Comparison of Graph-Based Relational Concept Learning with Inductive Logic Programming Systems -- Autocorrelation and Linkage Cause Bias in Evaluation of Relational Learners -- Learnability of Description Logic Programs -- 1BC2: A True First-Order Bayesian Classifier -- RSD: Relational Subgroup Discovery through First-Order Feature Construction -- Mining Frequent Logical Sequences with SPIRIT-LoG -- Using Theory Completion to Learn a Robot Navigation Control Program -- Learning Structure and Parameters of Stochastic Logic Programs -- A Novel Approach to Machine Discovery: Genetic Programming and Stochastic Grammars -- Revision of First-Order Bayesian Classifiers -- The Applicability to ILP of Results Concerning the Ordering of Binomial Populations -- Compact Representation of Knowledge Bases in ILP -- A Polynomial Time Matching Algorithm of Structured Ordered Tree Patterns for Data Mining from Semistructured Data -- A Genetic Algorithms Approach to ILP -- Experimental Investigation of Pruning Methods for Relational Pattern Discovery -- Noise-Resistant Incremental Relational Learning Using Possible Worlds -- Lattice-Search Runtime Distributions May Be Heavy-Tailed -- Invited Talk Abstracts -- Learning in Rich Representations: Inductive Logic Programming and Computational Scientific Discovery.

The Twelfth International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming was held in Sydney, Australia, July 9–11, 2002. The conference was colocated with two other events, the Nineteenth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML2002) and the Fifteenth Annual Conference on Computational Learning Theory (COLT2002). Startedin1991,InductiveLogicProgrammingistheleadingannualforumfor researchers working in Inductive Logic Programming and Relational Learning. Continuing a series of international conferences devoted to Inductive Logic Programming and Relational Learning, ILP 2002 was the central event in 2002 for researchers interested in learning relational knowledge from examples. The Program Committee, following a resolution of the Community Me- ing in Strasbourg in September 2001, took upon itself the issue of the possible change of the name of the conference. Following an extended e-mail discussion, a number of proposed names were subjected to a vote. In the ?rst stage of the vote, two names were retained for the second vote. The two names were: Ind- tive Logic Programming, and Relational Learning. It had been decided that a 60% vote would be needed to change the name; the result of the vote was 57% in favor of the name Relational Learning. Consequently, the name Inductive Logic Programming was kept.

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