Algorithmic Learning Theory: 8th International Workshop, ALT by Manuel Blum (auth.), Ming Li, Akira Maruoka (eds.)

By Manuel Blum (auth.), Ming Li, Akira Maruoka (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eighth overseas Workshop on Algorithmic studying concept, ALT'97, held in Sendai, Japan, in October 1997.
The quantity provides 26 revised complete papers chosen from forty two submissions. additionally integrated are 3 invited papers by means of top researchers. one of the subject matters addressed are PAC studying, studying algorithms, inductive studying, inductive inference, studying from examples, game-theoretical elements, selection techniques, language studying, neural algorithms, and diverse different elements of computational studying theory.

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