Dr. Pascal Hitzler and Prof. Dr. Steffen Hölldobler
Seminar, SS 2002
In Artificial Intelligence, we are very much interested in learning and representing knowledge, and in reasoning with it. Logic provides a convenient framework for doing this. An important alternative to logic is provided by connectionist systems, i.e. artificial neural networks. It turns out that both frameworks have advantages and disadvantages, and that they are rather different in nature. Researchers have therefore set out to study relationships between Logic and Connectionist Systems. In this seminar, we will study some of the recent results on this topic, taken from scientific publications of the last few years.
Prerequisite: Passed exam in ICL or Logik.
Each student is required to ...
Registration: If you want to participate, it is necessary that you attend the (above mentioned) meeting on the 28th of January 2002, 16.40-18.10, GRU 350. If this is impossible for you, contact Pascal Hitzler before this date.
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