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AN ALTERNATIVE METHOD OF CONCEPT LEARNING

  • SEN WANG (a1), QINGXIANG FANG (a2) and JUN-E FENG (a1)
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We solve the problem of concept learning using a semi-tensor product method. All possible hypotheses are expressed under the framework of a semi-tensor product. An algorithm is raised to derive the version space. In some cases, the new approach improves the efficiency compared to the previous approach.

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