Paradigms in measure theoretic learning and in informant learning

Studia Logica 62 (2):243-268 (1999)
We investigate many paradigms of identifications for classes of languages (namely: consistent learning, EX learning, learning with finitely many errors, behaviorally correct learning, and behaviorally correct learning with finitely many errors) in a measure-theoretic context, and we relate such paradigms to their analogues in learning on informants. Roughly speaking, the results say that most paradigms in measure-theoretic learning wrt some classes of distributions (called canonical) are equivalent to the corresponding paradigms for identification on informants.
Keywords Philosophy   Logic   Mathematical Logic and Foundations   Computational Linguistics
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