Efficient Top-Down Induction of Logic Programs

@article{CameronJones1994EfficientTI,
  title={Efficient Top-Down Induction of Logic Programs},
  author={R. Mike Cameron-Jones and J. Ross Quinlan},
  journal={SIGART Bulletin},
  year={1994},
  volume={5},
  pages={33-42}
}
FOIL is a system for inducing function-free Horn clause definitions of relations from example and extensionally defined background relations. It demonstrates the successful application of a general to specific approach to clause induction using heuristically guided search. This paper describes the current version of FOIL, assesses its performance and notes areas for improvement. The successful application of similar methods in other systems is reviewed to demonstrate their general utility. 

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