Learning One More Thing

@inproceedings{Thrun1995LearningOM,
  title={Learning One More Thing},
  author={Sebastian Thrun and Tom M. Mitchell},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={1995}
}
Most research on machine learning has focused on scenarios in which a learner faces a single, isolated learning task. The lifelong learning framework assumes that the learner encounters a multitude of related learning tasks over its lifetime, providing the opportunity for the transfer of knowledge among these. This paper studies lifelong learning in the context of binary classification. It presents the invariance approach, in which knowledge is transferred via a learned model of the invariances… CONTINUE READING
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