An extension of the theory of learning systems

@article{Menzel1973AnEO,
  title={An extension of the theory of learning systems},
  author={Wolfgang Menzel},
  journal={Acta Informatica},
  year={1973},
  volume={2},
  pages={357-381}
}
The author's inquiry [1] on learning systems is generalized in the following respects: The process of learning, instead of coming to an end when the learning goal has been reached, is supposed to last for ever, so that the above “definitive” learning as well as phenomena such as forgetting, re-learning, changing the goal etc. become describable. We take over the notion of semi-uniform solvability of a set Γ of learning problems (2.2), but now (trivial cases excluded) the whole capacity of a… CONTINUE READING

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