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The inductive learning and logic programming sides of ILP (cont’)

  • Inductive logic programming extends the theory and practice of logic programming by investigating induction rather than deduction as the basic mode of inference
    • Logic programming theory describes deductive inference from logic formulae provided by the user
    • ILP theory describes the inductive inference of logic programs from instances and background knowledge

  • ILP contributes to the practice of logic programming by providing tools that assist logic programmers to develop and verify programs


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