JAPANESE
The Second Workshop on  
Learning in Logic and Logic for Learning
(LLLL, L4)

Kyushu University
18 --19 December, 2002


This workshop was held as a part of the 50th workshop of SIG-FAI, Japan Society of Artificail Intelligence.
We are very thankful for the chair and Prof. Hiroki Arimura for their kind understanding and support.

18  December  (Wednesday)

14:55-15:55 : Mathematics Based on Learning Theory
Susumu  Hayashi (Kobe University)

15:55-16:25
Taisuke Sato (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

16:25-16:40  Break

16:40-17:10 : Appropriateness Criteria for Hypothesis Finding defined with Relevant Logic
Akihiro Yammaoto (Hokkaido University) and  Bertram Fronhoefer (TU Dresden)

17:10-17:40 : Haruka Saito abd Katsumi Inoue (Kobe University)
Induction with Circumscription

17:40-18:10 : Ken Satoh (National Institute of Informatics)
Computing Minimal Revised Specification by Default Logic


19:00  Workshop Dinner



19  December  (Thursday)

9:30-09:50 : Experimental Study of Text Clustering based on Association Rules
 (Fuji Xerox), and Koichi Furukawa (Keio University)

9:50-10:20 : Cocept Learning based on Optimal Clique Searches
Makoto Haraguchi (Hokkaido University)

10:20-10:50 : Subsumption and Generalization of Ordered Clauses
Takeshi Ogawa, Koichi Hirata, and Masateru Harao (Kyushu Institute
of Technology)

10:50-11:10  Break

11:10-11:40 : Online Semi-structured Data Mining
Tatsuya Asai, Kenji Abe, Shinji Kawazoe, Hiroki Arimura, and Setsuo Arikawa
(Kyushu University)

11:40-12:10 : Lossless Compression of Graph Structured Data with Geometric Information by Using Graph Patterns
Yuko Itokawa (Hiroshima International University), Tomoyuki Uchida (Hiroshima City University), Takayoshi Shoudai (Kyushu University),  Tetsuhiro Miyahara, and Yasuaki Nakamura (Hiroshima City University)