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This volume includes some of the key research papers in the area of machine learning produced at MIT and Siemens during a three-year joint research effort. It includes papers on many different styles of machine learning, organized into three parts.
Part I, theory, includes three papers on theoretical aspects of machine learning. The first two use the theory of computational complexity to derive some fundamental limits on what isefficiently learnable. The third provides an efficient algorithm for identifying finite automata.
Part II, artificial intelligence and symbolic learning methods, includes five papers giving an overview of the state of the art and future developments in the field of machine learning, a subfield of artificial intelligence dealing with automated knowledge acquisition and knowledge revision.
Part III, neural and collective computation, includes five papers sampling the theoretical diversity and trends in the vigorous new research field of neural networks: massively parallel symbolic induction, task decomposition through competition, phoneme discrimination, behavior-based learning, and self-repairing neural networks.
Strategic directions in machine learning.- Training a 3-node neural network is NP-complete.- Cryptographic limitations on learning Boolean formulae and finite automata.- Inference of finite automata using homing sequences.- Adaptive search by learning from incomplete explanations of failures.- Learning of rules for fault diagnosis in power supply networks.- Cross references are features.- The schema mechanism.- L-ATMS: A tight integration of EBL and the ATMS.- Massively parallel symbolic induction of protein structure/function relationships.- Task decomposition through competition in a modular connectionist architecture: The what and where vision tasks.- Phoneme discrimination using connectionist networks.- Behavior-based learning to control IR oven heating: Preliminary investigations.- Trellis codes, receptive fields, and fault tolerant, self-repairing neural networks.