AAAI Publications, Workshops at the Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Font Size: 
Effects of Faulty Knowledge Engineering on Structured Classification Learning
Joshua Jones, Ashok Goel

Last modified: 2010-07-07

Abstract


Past research has shown that when tree-structured background knowledge is available, it can be exploited to increase the efficiency of classification learning. When this kind of background knowledge is available, the problem becomes one of compositional classification. Of course, if the background knowledge contains errors, the quality of the learned hypothesis will suffer. In this paper we study the effect of faulty knowledge engineering on compositional classification learning. We present and analyze empirical results that show the impact on the quality of compositional classification learning as the quality of knowledge engineering is degraded.

Full Text: PDF