Logic Programs with Annotated Disjunctions (LPADs) provide a simple and elegant framework for representing probabilistic knowledge in logic programming. In this paper we consider the problem of learning ground LPADs starting from a set of interpretations annotated with their probability. We present the system ALLPAD for solving this problem. ALLPAD modifies the previous system LLPAD in order to tackle real world learning problems more effectively. This is achieved by looking for an approximate solution rather than a perfect one. A number of experiments have been performed on real and artificial data for evaluating ALLPAD, showing the feasibility of the approach.

ALLPAD: Approximate learning of logic programs with annotated disjunctions

RIGUZZI, Fabrizio
2008

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Logic Programs with Annotated Disjunctions (LPADs) provide a simple and elegant framework for representing probabilistic knowledge in logic programming. In this paper we consider the problem of learning ground LPADs starting from a set of interpretations annotated with their probability. We present the system ALLPAD for solving this problem. ALLPAD modifies the previous system LLPAD in order to tackle real world learning problems more effectively. This is achieved by looking for an approximate solution rather than a perfect one. A number of experiments have been performed on real and artificial data for evaluating ALLPAD, showing the feasibility of the approach.
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