Chirag Gosar's research while affiliated with Indian Institute of Technology Bombay and other places

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Conference Paper
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Existing ILP (Inductive Logic Programming) systems are implemented in different languages namely C, Progol, etc. Also, each system has its customized format for the input data. This makes it very tedious and time consuming on the part of a user to utilize such a system for experimental purposes as it demands a thorough understanding of that system...


... The question of whether our first-order logic definition is a correct and complete classifier, thus a solution to an inductive prediction learning problem covering all and only the positive examples [208], turns out to be problematic from a methodological point of view. First, because the concept of a junction and other higher order network features is not unambiguously established in existing network data models, it is unclear where to get an unbiased sample from, and who applies the 'right' concept. ...