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Knows What It Knows: A Framework For Self-Aware Learning

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Today we will look at the following paper that appeared at ICML 2008 :

Li, Lihong and Littman, Michael and Walsh, Thomas. “Knows What It Knows: A Framework For Self-Aware Learning”

Abstract: We introduce a learning framework that combines elements of the well-known PAC and mistake-bound models. The KWIK (knows what it knows) framework was designed particularly for its utility in learning settings where active exploration can impact the training examples the learner is exposed to, as is true in reinforcement-learning and active-learning problems. We catalog several KWIK -learnable classes and list some open problems in this area.

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