Malicious Omissions and Errors in Answers to Membership Queries

@article{Angluin1997MaliciousOA,
  title={Malicious Omissions and Errors in Answers to Membership Queries},
  author={Dana Angluin and Martins Krikis and Robert H. Sloan and Gy{\"o}rgy Tur{\'a}n},
  journal={Machine Learning},
  year={1997},
  volume={28},
  pages={211-255}
}
We consider two issues in polynomial-time exact learning of concepts using membership and equivalence queries: (1) errors or omissions in answers to membership queries, and (2) learning finite variants of concepts drawn from a learnable class. To study (1), we introduce two new kinds of membership queries: limited membership queries and malicious membership queries. Each is allowed to give incorrect responses on a maliciously chosen set of strings in the domain. Instead of answering correctly… CONTINUE READING
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