Robust Learning - Rich and Poor

@inproceedings{Case2001RobustL,
  title={Robust Learning - Rich and Poor},
  author={John Case and Sanjay Jain and Frank Stephan and Rolf Wiehagen},
  booktitle={COLT/EuroCOLT},
  year={2001}
}
A class C of recursive functions is called robustly learnable in the sense I (where I is any success criterion of learning) if not only C itself but even all transformed classes Θ(C) where Θ is any general recursive operator, are learnable in the sense I. It was already shown before, see [Ful90,JSW01], that for I = Ex (learning in the limit) robust learning is rich in that there are classes being both not contained in any recursively enumerable class of recursive functions and, nevertheless… CONTINUE READING

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