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On Biases in Inductive Data Engineering

by Jana Kuklová, Lubo¹ Popelínský, March 1995, 7 pages.

FIMU-RS-95-01. Available as Postscript, PDF.

Abstract:

An utilization of inductive reasoning [Flene94] in the database area looks promising [Agar93], [DeRae92], [DeRae93], [Flach93], [Kivi92], [Savnik93], [Manni93]. Inductive data engineering, as introduced in [Flach93], means a process of restructuring database by means of induction.

In our work we focus on exploitation of inductive logic programming for database schema design [Roll92]. We propose modifications of INDEX, described in [Flach93], namely new biases for narrowing search space, as well as stopping criterion

In this article the case of single relation is described.

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