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Introduction – Basic example

  • You might be told in addition that the following relationships do not hold (negative examples) ( E - )
        ← grandfather(john, henry)
        ← grandfather(alice, john)
  • Believing B , and faced with examples E + and E - you might guess the following hypothesis H 1 H
        parent(X, Y) ← mother(X, Y)
  • H is the set of hypotheses and contain an arbitrary number of individual speculations that fit the background knowledge and examples
  • Several conditions have to be fulfilled by a hypothesis
    • Those conditions are related to completeness and consistency with respect to the background knowledge and examples

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