Information, Statistics and Induction in Science (Isis '96): Monash University, Australia, 20-23 August, 1996
By: D.L. Dowe (editor), J. Oliver (editor), K.B. Korb (editor)Hardback
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This conference explores the use of computational modelling to understand and emulate inductive processes in science. The problems involved in building and using such computer models reflect methodological and foundational concerns common to a variety of academic disciplines, especially statistics, artificial intelligence (AI) and the philosophy of science. This conference aims to bring together researchers from these and related fields to present new computational technologies for supporting or analyzing scientific inference and to engage in collegial debate over the merits and difficulties underlying the various approaches to automating inductive and statistical inference.
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