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By Jānis Barzdinš (auth.), Setsuo Arikawa, Klaus P. Jantke (eds.)
This quantity offers the court cases of the Fourth foreign Workshop on Analogical and Inductive Inference (AII '94) and the 5th foreign Workshop on Algorithmic studying idea (ALT '94), held together at Reinhardsbrunn fortress, Germany in October 1994. (In destiny the AII and ALT workshops can be amalgamated and held less than the only identify of Algorithmic studying Theory.)
The publication includes revised models of forty five papers on all present features of computational studying conception; specifically, algorithmic studying, computer studying, analogical inference, inductive common sense, case-based reasoning, and formal language studying are addressed.
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