By Philip Laird (auth.), Klaus P. Jantke, Shigenobu Kobayashi, Etsuji Tomita, Takashi Yokomori (eds.)
This quantity comprises all of the papers that have been offered on the Fourth Workshop on Algorithmic studying thought, held in Tokyo in November 1993. as well as three invited papers, 29 papers have been chosen from forty seven submitted prolonged abstracts. The workshop was once the fourth in a sequence of ALT workshops, whose concentration is on theories of laptop studying and the applying of such theories to real-world studying difficulties. The ALT workshops were held each year considering that 1990, backed by means of the japanese Society for man made Intelligence. the amount is equipped into elements on inductive good judgment and inference, inductive inference, approximate studying, question studying, explanation-based studying, and new studying paradigms.
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