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One could for instance: - Use grammatical inference algorithms in Inductive Logic Programming tasks3 - Combine symbolic grammatical inference techniques with neural nets - Combine Grammar Learning with other Machine Learning techniques, like learning decision trees and lists . 4. Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Laurent Miclet for helping him understand some of the different links between Grammatical Inference and Structural Pattern Recognition. References 1. Angluin, D: On the Complexity of Minimum Inference of Regular Sets.
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In particular, the approach is well-suited for complex discrimination problems, but it is not very adequate for verification purposes. Methods like growing and pruning can be successfully used for improving the learning process and make the trial and error approach more systematic. It’s worth mentioning that recursive nets can profitably be used for classification of highly structured inputs, like documents using XY-tree representations. Unfortunately, in this particular kind of application the major limitation turns out to be that the number of classes is fixed in advance.