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Charles Elkan
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an American mathematician, computer scientist and professor in the computer science and engineering department at
University of California, San Diego
. His main research interests include
machine learning
,
neural networks
,
fuzzy logic
,
data mining
, and
analytics
. In 1989,
Charles Elkan
applied
conspiracy numbers
to
theorem proving
^{[1]}
, similar to
Victor Allis'
Proofnumber search
algorithm.
Charles Elkan
^{[2]}
Table of Contents
Selected Publications
1988 ...
1990 ...
2000 ...
2010 ...
External Links
References
What links here?
Selected Publications
^{[3]}
^{[4]}
1988 ...
Charles Elkan
,
David McAllester
(
1988
).
Automated Inductive Reasoning about Logic Programs
.
5. ICLP / SLP
Charles Elkan
(
1989
).
Conspiracy Numbers and Caching for Searching And/Or Trees and TheoremProving
.
IJCAI 1989
,
pdf
1990 ...
Charles Elkan
(
1990
).
Incremental, Approximate Planning
.
AAAI 1990
Charles Elkan
(
1991
).
Adaptive Database Locking
. Ph.D. thesis,
Cornell University
, advisor
Prakash Panangaden
Charles Elkan
(
1993
).
The Paradoxical Success of Fuzzy Logic
.
AAAI 1993
,
pdf
Charles Elkan
(
1994
).
Elkan's Reply: The Paradoxical Controversy over Fuzzy Logic
.
IEEE Expert
, Vol. 9, No. 4
Charles Elkan
(
1994
).
The Paradoxical Success of Fuzzy Logic
.
IEEE Expert
, Vol. 9, No. 4
Alberto Maria Segre
,
Charles Elkan
(
1994
).
A HighPerformance ExplanationBased Learning Algorithm
.
Artificial Intelligence
, Vol. 68, Nos. 12
2000 ...
Charles Elkan
(
2001
).
The Foundations of CostSensitive Learning
.
IJCAI 2001
Enric Trillas
,
Claudi Alsina
(
2001
).
Elkan's theoretical argument, reconsidered
.
International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, Vol. 26, No. 2
Charles Elkan
(
2001
).
Paradoxes of fuzzy logic, revisited
.
International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, Vol. 26, No. 2
Enric Trillas
,
Claudi Alsina
(
2001
).
Comments to "Paradoxes of fuzzy logic, revisited"
.
International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, Vol. 26, No. 2
2010 ...
Charles Elkan
(
2011
).
Reinforcement Learning with a Bilinear Q Function
.
EWRL 2011
Zachary C. Lipton
,
John Berkowitz
,
Charles Elkan
(
2015
).
A Critical Review of Recurrent Neural Networks for Sequence Learning
.
arXiv:1506.00019v4
External Links
Homegage  Charles Elkan
The Mathematics Genealogy Project  Charles Elkan
References
^
Charles Elkan
(
1989
).
Conspiracy Numbers and Caching for Searching And/Or Trees and TheoremProving
.
IJCAI 1989
,
pdf
^
Homegage  Charles Elkan
^
dblp: Charles Elkan
^
Charles Elkan  Selected publications
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Alberto Maria Segre
Jun 22, 2015
Charles Elkan
Jan 23, 2017
Conspiracy Numbers
Dec 29, 2017
David McAllester
May 23, 2016
Deep Learning
Feb 12, 2018
Iterative Deepening
Jun 23, 2017
Learning
Yesterday
Mathematician
Yesterday
Neural Networks
Jan 31, 2018
People
Yesterday
Proofnumber search
Jan 22, 2018
Reinforcement Learning
Feb 12, 2018
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an American mathematician, computer scientist and professor in the computer science and engineering department at University of California, San Diego. His main research interests include machine learning, neural networks, fuzzy logic, data mining, and analytics. In 1989, Charles Elkan applied conspiracy numbers to theorem proving ^{[1]}, similar to Victor Allis' Proofnumber search algorithm.
Table of Contents
Selected Publications
^{[3]} ^{[4]}1988 ...
1990 ...
2000 ...
2010 ...
External Links
References
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