Learning Evolving Concepts Using Partial-Memory Approach

  title={Learning Evolving Concepts Using Partial-Memory Approach},
  author={Marcus A. Maloof and Ryszard S. Michalski},
This paper addresses the problem of learning evolving concepts, that is, concepts whose meaning gradually evolves in time. Solving this problem is important to many applications, for example, building intelligent agents for helping users in Internet search, active vision, automatically updating knowledge-bases, or acquiring profiles of users of telecommunication networks. Requirements for a learning architecture supporting such applications include the ability to incrementally modify concept… CONTINUE READING


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