Rationale and Methods for Abductice Reasoning in Natural-Language Interpretation

@inproceedings{Stickel1989RationaleAM,
  title={Rationale and Methods for Abductice Reasoning in Natural-Language Interpretation},
  author={Mark E. Stickel},
  booktitle={Natural Language and Logic},
  year={1989}
}
This dissertation reports on research and design of artificial intelligence and bioinformatics approaches and their application in the field of functional genomics. A novel approach to construction of genetic networks from data on mutations is proposed. Network construction involves two steps. The first step, inference of relations between genes, is characterized as abductive. Genetic experiments are the observations that need to be explained and relations between genes are abduced in order to… CONTINUE READING
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