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Characteristics of ILP systems

  • Incremental/non­incremental: describes the way the evidence E (examples) is obtained
    • In non­incremental or empirical ILP, the evidence is given at the start and not changed afterwards
    • In incremental ILP, the examples are input one by one by the user, in a piecewise fashion.
  • Interactive/ Non­interactive
    • In interactive ILP, the learner is allowed to pose questions to an oracle (i.e. the user) about the intended interpretation
      • Usually these questions query the user for the intended interpretation of an example or a clause.
      • The answers to the queries allow to prune large parts of the search space
    • Most systems are non-interactive

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