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Inductive Learning with Corroboration [chapter]

Phil Watson
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
doi:10.1007/3-540-46769-6_12 fatcat:pthez6jctfa43e7oxx22n5tbpa

Corpus-based semantic lexicon induction with Web-based corroboration

Sean P. Igo, Ellen Riloff
2009 Proceedings of the Workshop on Unsupervised and Minimally Supervised Learning of Lexical Semantics - UMSLLS '09   unpublished
Our research combines corpus-based semantic lexicon induction with statistics acquired from the Web to improve the accuracy of automatically acquired domain-specific dictionaries.  ...  Semantic Lexicon Induction with Web-based Corroboration Our approach combines a weakly supervised learning algorithm for corpus-based semantic lexicon induction with a follow-on procedure that gathers  ...  We seek to corroborate a word's semantic class through statistics that measure how often the word co-occurs with semantically related words.  ... 
doi:10.3115/1641968.1641971 fatcat:oxyjqdfzpba3vdlri2gifbhnwq

Problem-Solving and the Problem of Induction [chapter]

Donald Gillies
2009 Rethinking Popper  
Given Popper's characterisation of corroboration quoted earlier, we can roughly identify "the best-tested theory" with "the best-corroborated theory".  ...  Now we can connect this criticism with the subsequent discussion of corroboration, because, once a C-function is chosen, we can use it to justify an inductive rule of inference (see my 1996, p. 105 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-9338-8_9 fatcat:zuul2abgivhktnegqiwpo5mpmm

Page 371 of The Philosophical Review Vol. 68, Issue 3 [page]

1959 The Philosophical Review  
inductive purpose unless it has first undergone such testing and received corroboration.  ...  JUSTIFICATION AND INDUCTION occasion arising in which it would be desirable to check, corroborate, or invalidate various types of human testimony, no such testimony can be accepted and employed for any  ... 

An Analysis of the Falsification Criterion of Karl Popper: A Critical Review

Suddhachit Mitra
2020 Tattva - Journal of Philosophy  
The method of induction, which uses the (debated) principle of uniformity of nature, was rejected by Popper.  ...  The most testable theory (best chance to learn) or the most corroborated theory (to be closer to the truth)?  ...  Hence Popper amended the first claim to say: only through falsifications, occasionally interspersed with corroborations (this may be called an amended claim), can we learn. Popper claims in his L.  ... 
doi:10.12726/tjp.23.1 fatcat:du4fr6gtj5bdbbpyzuuoz5h734

Corroboration of Normalized Least Mean Square Based Adaptive Selective Current Harmonic Elimination in Voltage Source Inverter using DSP Processor

P. Avirajamanjula, P. Palanivel
2015 International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems  
The corroboration is done in the designed Voltage Source Inverter feeding induction motor using digital signal processor-TMS320L2812.The developed algorithm is transferred to digital signal processor using  ...  A direct Selective current harmonic elimination pulse width modulation technique is proposed for induction motor drive fed from voltage source inverter.  ...  The corroboration of the proposed scheme is done in the prototype VSI feeding induction motor using digital signal processor (DSP) TMS320L2812 [24] .  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijpeds.v6.i1.pp178-184 fatcat:qs4j46ju4rh3jl7vn4t36hxyqu

Few-shot link prediction via graph neural networks for Covid-19 drug-repurposing [article]

Vassilis N. Ioannidis, Da Zheng, George Karypis
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This paper proposes an inductive RGCN for learning informative relation embeddings even in the few-shot learning regime.  ...  Typically, GCNs are ill-equipped in learning such rare link types since the relation embedding is not learned in an inductive fashion.  ...  Specifically, for K=10 the MRR of the inductive method is one order of magnitude greater. This corroborates the advantage of the inductive relation learning for the few-shot learning task.  ... 
arXiv:2007.10261v1 fatcat:up2wlonwxnem5eyktys3avbdxy

Page 95 of Journal of Engineering Education Vol. 2, Issue 2 [page]

1911 Journal of Engineering Education  
The student finds this solution corroborates his graphical solu- tions. He also learns the numerical relation between react- ance and inductance or capacity.  ...  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING INSTRUCTION. 95 nator with chamfered pole tips is found by the student.  ... 

Page 33 of Ratio Vol. 1, Issue [page]

1957 Ratio  
Here, however, I am not so much interested in the impossibility of induction as in the problem of depth. And regarding this problem, we can indeed learn something from our example.  ...  (A body with zero mass would no longer obey Newton’s laws of motion.)  ... 

Construction and Validation of Food Webs Using Logic-Based Machine Learning and Text Mining [chapter]

Alireza Tamaddoni-Nezhad, Ghazal Afroozi Milani, Alan Raybould, Stephen Muggleton, David A. Bohan
2013 Advances in Ecological Research  
Many of the learned trophic links were corroborated by the literature: in particular, links ascribed with high probability by machine learning corresponded with those having multiple references in the  ...  The simulated frequencies of trophic links were also correlated with the total number of literature 'hits' for these links from the automatic corroboration.  ...  REFERENCES USED FOR MANUAL CORROBORATION (FIG. 4.6)  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-420002-9.00004-4 fatcat:q6l6acn2gjg2nis4gbyropdso4

E-Learners' Challenges and Coping Strategies in Interactive and Collaborative e-Learning in Kenya

Rachael Njeri Kibuku, Daniel Orwa Ochieng, Agnes Nduku Wausi
2020 Journal of Education and Training Studies  
Despite the benefits that e-learning offers to the e-learners, there are challenges that they must cope with.  ...  Some universities in Kenya have taken up e-learning to flexibly deliver learning and bridge the educational access gap.  ...  ICT Skills and e-Learning Training Challenges The induction mainly focused on technical training.  ... 
doi:10.11114/jets.v8i11.5004 fatcat:7pgeib2lmrbefjaxobhk5ghtnm

Page 35 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 90A [page]

1990 Mathematical Reviews  
Chapter 12, Machine learning and induction, by I.  ...  Chapter 9, Popper’s anti-inductionism and antiprobabilism, takes up Prop- per’s critique of induction as method of discovery or method of justification, his notions of falsificationism and corroboration  ... 

Page 12 of Viewpoints in Teaching and Learning Vol. 47, Issue 3 [page]

1971 Viewpoints in Teaching and Learning  
.* While it is clear that some kind of inductive inference is involved in scientific inquiry it is important that it not be oversimplified.  ...  Philosophical inquiry into "the problem of induction" has revealed that a purely syntactical definition of scientific inference is impossible.  ... 

Page 6 of The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Vol. 3, Issue 5 [page]

1854 The London Quarterly and Holborn Review  
of the authority of Scripture, asks impatiently, “Corroborations of what?  ...  In this school of error, we say, there was not much danger of a wide- spread heresy, extending beyond the learned class; and yet it was not unlikely that the grave pretensions of these earnest men, who  ... 

Page 6 of The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Vol. 3, Issue 5 [page]

1854 The London Quarterly and Holborn Review  
of the authority of Scripture, asks impatiently, “Corroborations of what?  ...  In this school of error, we say, there was not much danger of a wide- spread heresy, extending beyond the learned class; and yet it was not unlikely that the grave pretensions of these earnest men, who  ... 
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