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By Sanjay Jain, Hans Ulrich Simon, Etsuji Tomita

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the sixteenth foreign convention on Algorithmic studying thought, ALT 2005, held in Singapore in October 2005.

The 30 revised complete papers offered including five invited papers and an creation by way of the editors have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from ninety eight submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on kernel-based studying, bayesian and statistical versions, PAC-learning, query-learning, inductive inference, language studying, studying and common sense, studying from professional recommendation, on-line studying, protecting forecasting, and teaching.

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As noted in Section 2, some simple learning algorithms such as NBL sL (D), the sufficient statistics required for constructing the classifier can be computed in one step, in general, a learning algorithm may require assembly of sL (D) through an interleaved execution of the information extraction and hypothesis generation components [20]. We illustrate our approach to using this strategy to design AVT-guided algorithms for learning classifiers from semantically heterogeneous data using the Naive Bayes classifier as an example.

45]. The design of INDUS [10, 11, 44] was necessitated by the lack of publicly available data integration platforms that could be used as a basis for learning classifiers from semantically heterogeneous distributed data. INDUS draws on much of the existing literature on data integration and hence shares some of the features of existing data integration platforms. 2). 4 Knowledge Aquisition from Semantically Heterogeneous Distributed Data The stage is now set for developing sound approaches to learning from semantically heterogeneous, distributed data (See Figure 6).

Framework to work with semantically heterogeneous distributed data sources by developing techniques for answering the statistical queries posed by the learner in terms of the learner’s ontology O using the heterogeneous data sources (where each data source Di has an associated ontology Oi ) (See Figure 6). Before we can discuss approaches for answering statistical queries from semantically heterogeneous data, it is useful to explore what it means to answer a statistical query in a setting in which autonomous data sources differ in terms of the levels of abstraction at which data are described.

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