Statistical relational learning

April 26, 2020 — November 22, 2022

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I cannot help but notice that the discussions of changing probabilistic domain, and unusual assumptions about exchangeability and projectivity are reminiscent of inference on social graphs. Connections?

See the big book of SRL.

1 Lifted inference

2 References

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De Raedt, Kersting, Natarajan, et al. 2016. Statistical relational artificial intelligence: logic, probability, and computation. Synthesis lectures on artificial intelligence and machine learning #32.
Dehbi, Hadiji, Gröger, et al. 2017. Statistical Relational Learning of Grammar Rules for 3D Building Reconstruction.” Transactions in GIS.
Getoor, Koller, and Pfeffer. n.d. “Learning Probabilistic Relational Models.”
Getoor, and Taskar, eds. 2007. Introduction to Statistical Relational Learning. Adaptive Computation and Machine Learning.
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van den Broeck, Kersting, Natarajan, et al., eds. 2021. An Introduction to Lifted Probabilistic Inference.
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