Another Learning Problem: Symbolic Process Prediction
Inductive inference is a mode of reasoning that starts from particular facts and concludes a general hypothesis that explains the observed facts and hopefully predicts some unobserved facts correctly. What is given and assumed for the facts and what types of explanation and prediction are intended from the hypothesis warrant different solutions to the problem of how to derive the hypothesis from facts.
KeywordsLearning Problem Inductive Inference Hierarchical Relationship Periodic Model Decompositional Model
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