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Michael Bain [1]

Michael (Mike) Bain,
a computer scientist and senior lecturer at School of Computer Science & Engineering, University of New South Wales in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. His research interests include machine learning, inductive logic programming, behavioural cloning, concept analysis and bioinformatics.

Learning KRK

In 1994, Michael Bain defended his Ph.D. thesis in machine learning at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, titled Learning Logical Exceptions in Chess which covers the endgame KRK [2]. Donald Michie had employed him at the Turing Institute, until 1993 associated with Strathclyde [3], to work on the US Army chess project, and where he researched on machine learning along with Jean Hayes Michie, Stephen Muggleton and Ivan Bratko [4].

Selected Publications

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1989

1990

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External Links

References

  1. Dr Michael Bain | UNSW Research
  2. Michael Bain (1994). Learning Logical Exceptions in Chess. Ph.D. thesis, University of Strathclyde, CitySeerX
  3. Turing Trust - Historical Note by Donald Michie: "In association with the University of Strathclyde, the Turing Institute hosted seven public lectures in the period 1985-93"
  4. Michael Bain (1994). Learning Logical Exceptions in Chess. Ph.D. thesis - Acknowledgements
  5. ICGA Reference Database (pdf)
  6. dblp: Michael Bain
  7. Operational semantics from Wikipedia

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