J. Shavlik (1996).
An Overview of Research at Wisconsin on Knowledge-Based Neural Networks. Proceedings of the International Conference on Neural Networks, pp. 65-69, Washington, DC.
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Recent research at the University of Wisconsin on knowledge-based neural networks is surveyed. This work has focused on (a) using symbolically represented background knowledge to improve neural-network learning and (b) extracting comprehensible symbolic representations from trained networks. Important open issues are discussed.
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