Ordering Effects in Incremental Learning

Doug Fisher

Incremental systems often suffer from ordering effects: the knowledge structures that they form may vary with the presentation of objects. We discuss this phenomenon primarily in the context of an incremental, unsupervised system known as COBWEB, but speculate of related phenomena found in supervised systems such as ID4.

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