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Solomonoff Induction

@inproceedings{Legg1997SolomonoffI,
  title={Solomonoff Induction},
  author={S. Legg},
  year={1997}
}
Solomonoff's induction method is an interesting theoretical model of what could be considered a perfect inductive inference system. Furthermore, it can be proven that a whole range of commonly used induction principles are computable approximations or special cases of Solomonoff's method. As such, Solomonoff induction provides us with a powerful and unifying perspective on the many diverse principles and methods that exist to deal with induction problems. The foundations of Solomonoff induction… Expand
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