Toward Learning Systems That Integrate Diierent Strategies and Representations toward Learning Systems That Integrate Diierent Strategies and Representations

@inproceedings{Honavar1994TowardLS,
  title={Toward Learning Systems That Integrate Diierent Strategies and Representations toward Learning Systems That Integrate Diierent Strategies and Representations},
  author={Vasant Honavar},
  year={1994}
}
1 An understanding of learning { the process by which a learner acquires and reenes a broad range of knowledge and skills { is central to the enterprise of building truly adaptive, exible, robust, and creative intelligent systems. Signiicant theoretical and empirical contributions to the characterization of learning in computational terms have emerged from research in a number of disparate research paradigms. The limitations of individual paradigms and of particular classes of techniques within… CONTINUE READING

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