Language-Learning Determines All Learning

Leona F. Fass

We describe results in formal language-learning whereby a learner observes and experiments, dynamically interacting with its environment to acquire a model of linguistic knowledge. While techniques for achieving such learning are affected by properties of the knowledge domain and the learner’s environment, we find they are adaptable to other learning problems.


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