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This is done by adding additional premises to the antecedent of a rule, or by restricting the range of an attribute which is used in an antecedent.
This brings along the risk for ending up with results that are not maximal-general.
Some examples of (heuristic) specialization algorithms are the following: ID3, AQ, C4, CN2, CABRO, FOIL, or PRISM; references at the end of the lecture.
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