By David Sh. B. (Ed), Case J. (Ed), Maruoka A. (Ed)
This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the fifteenth foreign convention on Algorithmic studying conception, ALT 2004, held in Padova, Italy in October 2004.The 29 revised complete papers offered including five invited papers and three educational summaries have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from ninety one submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on inductive inference, PAC studying and boosting, statistical supervised studying, on-line series studying, approximate optimization algorithms, common sense dependent studying, and question and reinforcement studying.
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Example 7. A possible example in the Stud farm domain is where ? denotes an unobserved state. The covers relation for can now be computed using any Bayesian network inference engine based on Equation (6). 3 Probabilistic Proofs The framework of stochastic logic programs [12,31,4] was inspired on research on stochastic context free grammars [1,26]. The analogy between context free grammars and logic programs is that 1. grammar rules correspond to definite clauses, 2. sentences (or strings) to atoms, and 3.
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28 L. De Raedt and K. Kersting Note that we assume that the induced network is acyclic and has a finite branching factor. The probability distribution induced is now From Equation (6), we can see that an example consists of a logical part which is a Herbrand interpretation of the annotated logic program, and a probabilistic part which is a partial state assignment of the random variables occuring in the logical part. Example 7. A possible example in the Stud farm domain is where ? denotes an unobserved state.
Algorithmic Learning Theory: 15th International Conference, ALT 2004, Padova, Italy, October 2-5, 2004, Proceedings by David Sh. B. (Ed), Case J. (Ed), Maruoka A. (Ed)