Talk:Inductive logic programming

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Possible conflict of interest[edit]

The reference to ILP being first introduced in Stephen Muggleton paper was added by user User:Smuggleton, which I assume is the same Stephen Muggleton. Wikipedia:Conflict of interest guidelines suggest a person shouldn't mention themselves in this way. I don't doubt the truth of the statement, but there's no specific citation (the book referenced does cite the 1991 aricle, and mentions Muggleton's contribution, but does not explicitly say that's the first use of the term). The sentence should probably be removed as a result. (Oh, forgot signature: ) -Agyle 09:03, 6 August 2007 (UTC)

You can try a few google searches (e.g. "inductive logic programming * muggleton" or ""inductive logic programming * first * muggleton". Amongst the others, this is probably a good paper to cite MordenBus (talk) 23:24, 28 December 2010 (UTC)

Perhaps we should consider the truth an absolute defense in self-mentions, as it is in defamation suits. There's no better authority on authors than themselves. Gherson2 (talk) 19:35, 17 June 2012 (UTC)

References?[edit]

Direct hyperlinks to conference proceedings and papers would be most useful! sydhart (talk) 09:27, 7 August 2008 (UTC)

Conference and Technique[edit]

If ILP is a general technique, and also the name of a conference about that technique, it seems like they should have separate pages. After all, the object oriented programming page does not have the list of OOPSLA locations listed. 128.193.39.36 (talk) 00:03, 30 September 2009 (UTC)