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KNOWLEDGE BASE REFINEMENT AS IMPROVING AN INCORRECT, INCONSISTENT AND INCOMPLETE DOMAIN THEORY [chapter]

David C. Wilkins, Kok-Wah Tan
1989 Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Machine Learning  
Techniques are described that we have developed to handle three types of domain theory pathologies: incorrectness, inconsistency, and incompleteness.  ...  The Knowledge Base Refinement as Improving an Incorrect Domain Theory  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to express our deep gratitude to Lawrence Chachere, Ziad Najem, Young-Tack Park for their major role in the design and implementation of the ProHC shell and for many truitful  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-1-55860-036-2.50086-2 fatcat:4dfgnxlwqnbclga6m5kbw5u3u4

When Wrong is Right: The Instructional Power of Multiple Conceptions

Lauren Margulieux, Paul Denny, Kathryn Cunningham, Michael Deutsch, Benjamin R. Shapiro
2021 Proceedings of the 17th ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research  
(i.e., test-enhanced learning, erroneous examples, analogical reasoning, and refutation texts) and four from constructivism (i.e., productive failure, ambitious pedagogy, problem-based learning, and inquiry  ...  learning).  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work is funded in part by the National Science Foundation under grants #1941642 and #2030859.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3446871.3469750 fatcat:3eyqjkh4brdubmeirkf6yzpmi4

Integrating ILP and EBL

Raymond J. Mooney, John M. Zelle
1994 ACM SIGART Bulletin  
In particular, integrated systems have been developed for guiding induction with prior knowledge ML-Smart, Focl, Grendel re ning imperfect domain theories Forte, Audrey, Rx, and learning e ective search-control  ...  This paper presents a review of recent w ork that integrates methods from Inductive Logic Programming ILP and Explanation-Based Learning EBL.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors' research is supported by the National Science Foundation under grant IRI-9102926 and the Texas Advanced Research Program under grant 003658114.  ... 
doi:10.1145/181668.181673 fatcat:3iehddfeh5en5fhx6ms5w7kcuq

Creating a memory of causal relationships, by Michael Pazzani, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1990

William W. Cohen
1993 Machine Learning  
Finally, OCCAM's integration of TDL and EBL allows EBL to be applied with an initially buggy domain theory.  ...  If learning is incomplete, then when EBL is applied, the domain theory may still be buggy; in this case the generalization produced by EBL will be incorrect.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00993505 fatcat:nfb6e343mragtabo4s4wupckba

Integrating Defeasible Argumentation and Machine Learning Techniques [article]

Sergio Alejandro Gomez, Carlos Ivan Chesñevar
2004 arXiv   pre-print
This approach can be combined with other inference techniques, such as those provided by machine learning theory.  ...  We suggest how different aspects of a generic argument-based framework can be integrated with other ML-based approaches.  ...  This approach can be combined with other inference techniques, such as those provided by machine learning theory.  ... 
arXiv:cs/0402057v2 fatcat:gcxzssyoa5at3jbo2rgfxa4zqm

Learning by Experimentation: Incremental Refinement of Incomplete Planning Domains [chapter]

Yolanda Gil
1994 Machine Learning Proceedings 1994  
I w ould like to thank Jaime Carbonell, Tom Mitchell, Herb Simon, and Nils Nilsson for their suggestions and support throughout my thesis work.  ...  The view and conclusions contained in this document are those of the author and should not be interpreted as representing the ocial policies, either expressed or implied, of DARPA or the U.S. government  ...  Several types of imperfections can appear simultaneously in any t ype of domain theory, including incompleteness, incorrectness, and intractability [Mitchell , 1986 , Rajamoney and DeJong, 1987 , Human  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-1-55860-335-6.50019-2 dblp:conf/icml/Gil94 fatcat:2lv3oujnl5bbfed5br2yilgyga

Does trainee confidence influence acceptance of feedback?

Donald A Curtis, Patricia O'Sullivan
2014 Medical Education  
of one's actions is considered integral to lifelong learning.  ...  Sometimes trainees are confident and incorrect, and their strongly held incorrect beliefs are often resistant to change 9 and can interfere with student learning. 10 So, although confidence is a favourable  ... 
doi:10.1111/medu.12541 pmid:25200013 fatcat:54tzkmpcqzhn3m5rndilabsg6u

Page 22 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 48, Issue 1 [page]

1972 Psychological Abstracts  
In the 3rd experiment, attempts were made to eliminate learning effects, incomplete congenial way measures, and the number of trial limitations. Agreement  ...  Correct responses to more discriminable stimuli were faster and incorrect responses to such stimuli were slower than those to less discriminable stimuli, as predicted by the accumulator theory.  ... 

Automatic requirements elicitation in agile processes

R. Ankori
2005 IEEE International Conference on Software - Science, Technology & Engineering (SwSTE'05)  
The aim of the algorithm is to collect information from the various stakeholders and integrate a variety of learning methods in the knowledge acquisition process, while involving certain and plausible  ...  This learning system encompasses knowledge acquisition and belief revision in a knowledge base.  ...  Uri Schild for his continuous support and belief.  ... 
doi:10.1109/swste.2005.8 dblp:conf/swste/Ankori05 fatcat:jejlcmrvfvg3pjtgp5omb3v4ne

The utility of knowledge in inductive learning

Michael Pazzani, Dennis Kibler
1992 Machine Learning  
Lastly, we demonstrate that a hybrid explanation-based and inductive learning method can advantageously use an approximate domain theory, even when this theory is incorrect and incomplete.  ...  In this paper, we demonstrate how different forms of background knowledge can be integrated with an inductive method for generating function-free Horn clause rules.  ...  We would like to thank Ross Quinlan for his advice on FOIL, Dan Hirschberg for deriving the new recurrence, William Cohen for discussions on types of imperfect domain theories, and Cliff Brunk, Tim Cain  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00993254 fatcat:wn7a5uqkfrcathjn4hbmjlrwye

Prospective Teachers' Perceptions of Science Theories: An Action Research Study

James P. Concannon, Patrick L. Brown, Erikka Brown
2013 Creative Education  
This study investigates prospective teachers' conceptions of science theories before and after instruction.  ...  Instruction focused specifically on prospective teachers' misconceptions that theories are not used to predict, that laws are more important than theories, and that theories are simply hunches.  ...  Student no longer believed that theories are incomplete ideas, or that a scientific law has been proven and a theory has not.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ce.2013.41011 fatcat:wjgnl46x25belfaidr5ug2o2ei

Instructional aids to support a conceptual understanding of multiple representations

Kirsten Berthold, Alexander Renkl
2009 Journal of Educational Psychology  
representations corresponded to each other on a surface level and (b) self-explanations prompts to ensure that learners integrate corresponding parts in different representations on a structural level  ...  Hence, self-explanation prompts are an instructional support procedure that can have conflicting effects on learning outcomes.  ...  Learning With Multiple Representations Several theories emphasize the importance of MERs.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0013247 fatcat:cgd2orsn7vcitcemgb4a7zdpya

Page 455 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 82, Issue 1 [page]

1995 Psychological Abstracts  
The organiza- tional learning (OL) cycle is diagrammed, and incomplete learn- ing cycles (role-constrained learning; audience learning; supersti- tious learning; and superficial, fragmented, and opportunistic  ...  The role of MPFs in moving from theory to practice is developed, with an illustration of their application in the automobile in- dustry.  ... 

Page 4359 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 97G [page]

1997 Mathematical Reviews  
frame bundle (p. 163); an incomplete definition of bilinear form (p. 187); an incorrect presentation of the hierarchy of topological vector spaces (pp. 402—403); mixing up 6 and e (p. 442).  ...  The book is reasonably up to date, outlining as it does re- cent advances in knot theory, statistical mechanics and integrable sysems, and, on p. 136, at least hinting at the Seiberg-Witten equations and  ... 

Improving data quality in the linked open data: a survey

A Hadhiatma
2018 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
However, mostly the methods and strategies dealing with the LOD data quality were not as an integrative approach.  ...  Hence, based on those standards and an integrative approach, there are opportunities to improve the LOD data quality in the term of incompleteness, inaccuracy and inconsistency, considering to its schema  ...  (noisy data), and incomplete (missing data) and secondly, regarding to their relations, datasets may be incorrect, incomplete, and inconsistent • Link quality refers to the measured level that links between  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/978/1/012026 fatcat:if2r4cdvtzgv5hcvfer2n6t7sy
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