Ask me better questions: active learning queries based on rule induction

@inproceedings{Rashidi2011AskMB,
  title={Ask me better questions: active learning queries based on rule induction},
  author={Parisa Rashidi and D. Cook},
  booktitle={KDD},
  year={2011}
}
Active learning methods are used to improve the classification accuracy when little labeled data is available. Most traditional active learning methods pose a very specific query to the oracle, i.e. they ask for the label of an unlabeled example. This paper proposes a novel active learning method called RIQY (Rule Induced active learning QuerY). It can construct generic active learning queries based on rule induction from multiple unlabeled instances. These queries are shorter and more readable… Expand
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