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Meta-interpretive learning logic programs

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  • UserAndrew Cropper, University of Oxford
  • ClockTuesday 13 March 2018, 14:00-15:00
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Meta-interpretive learning (MIL) is a form of machine learning which induces logic programs from examples. MIL is based on a Prolog meta-interpreter but additionally resolves goals with higher-order Horn clauses, and saves the higher-order substitutions to form logic programs. A basic MIL learner is only around 40 lines of Prolog and is able to learn a wide range of recursive programs, such as sorting algorithms and robot strategies. I will give an overview of MIL , including recent work on learning higher-order programs and learning minimal time-complexity programs.

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