General-purpose Declarative Inductive Programming with Domain-Specific Background Knowledge for Data Wrangling Automation

26 Sep 2018Lidia Contreras-OchandoCésar FerriJosé Hernández-OralloFernando Martínez-PlumedMaría José Ramírez-QuintanaSusumu Katayama

Given one or two examples, humans are good at understanding how to solve a problem independently of its domain, because they are able to detect what the problem is and to choose the appropriate background knowledge according to the context. For instance, presented with the string "8/17/2017" to be transformed to "17th of August of 2017", humans will process this in two steps: (1) they recognise that it is a date and (2) they map the date to the 17th of August of 2017... (read more)

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