Learning genic interactions without expert domain knowledge: Comparison of different ILP algorithms.
|Year of publication||2005|
|Type||Article in Proceedings|
|Conference||Proceedings of ICML05 workshop on Learning Language in Logic (LLL05)|
|MU Faculty or unit|
|Keywords||machine learning; genic interactions; ILP|
|Description||A novel two-step method is proposed in which rules for processing simple examples (sentences that contain a single pair of terms from the dictionary) are learned separately. % We also describe an extension of domain knowledge when no domain expert is available, % We show that this two-step method performs better on the test set than other learning algorithms.|