Constraint Limited Generalization: Acquiring Procedures From Examples

Peter M. Andreae

Generallzatlon is an essential part of any system that can acquire knowledge from examples. l argue that generallzatlon must be limited by a variety of constraints in order to be useful. This paper gives three principles on how generallzation processes should be constrained. It also describes a system for acquiring procedures from examples which is based on these principles and is used to illustrate them.


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