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The management of context-sensitive features: A review of strategies

By Peter Turney

Abstract

In this paper, we review five heuristic strategies for handling context- sensitive features in supervised machine learning from examples. We discuss two methods for recovering lost (implicit) contextual information. We mention some evidence that hybrid strategies can have a synergetic effect. We then show how the work of several machine learning researchers fits into this framework. While we do not claim that these strategies exhaust the possibilities, it appears that the framework includes all of the techniques that can be found in the published literature on context-sensitive learning

Topics: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Statistical Models
Year: 1996
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:1865

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