Learning one Subprocedure per Lesson

@article{VanLehn1987LearningOS,
  title={Learning one Subprocedure per Lesson},
  author={Kurt VanLehn},
  journal={Artif. Intell.},
  year={1987},
  volume={31},
  pages={1-40}
}
SIERRa is a program that learns procedures incrementally from examples, where an example is a sequence of actions. StERRA learns by completing explanations. Whenever the current procedure is inadequate for explaining (parsing) the current example, SIERRA formulates a new subprocedure whose instantiation completes the explanation (parse tree). The key to SIERRA'S success lies in supplying a small amount of extra information with the examples. Instead of giving it a set of examples, under which… CONTINUE READING
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