Liane Acker

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Ideally, deenitions induced from examples should consist of all, and only, disjuncts that are meaningful (e.g., as measured by a statistical signiicance test) and have a l o w error rate. Existing inductive systems create deenitions that are ideal with regard to large disjuncts, but far from ideal with regard to small disjuncts, where a small (large)(More)
Viewpoints are coherent collections of facts that describe a concept from a particular perspective. They are essential for a wide variety of tasks, such as explanation generation and qualitative model-ing. We have identified many types of viewpoints and developed a program, the View Retriever, for extracting them from knowledge bases, either singly or in(More)
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