Andrew Cropper

I am a research fellow at the University of Oxford. I work on logic and machine learning, i.e. Inductive Logic Programming (ILP). I run the Logic and Learning (LoL) lab and the EPSRC-funded project The Automatic Computer Scientist.

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Publications

DBLP Scholar

Journals

  1. Inductive logic programming at 30
    A. Cropper, S. Dumančić, R. Evans, and S.H. Muggleton
    Machine learning 2021.
  2. Learning programs by learning from failures
    A. Cropper and R. Morel
    Machine learning 2021.
  3. Inductive general game playing
    A. Cropper, R. Evans, and M. Law
    Machine learning 2020
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  4. Logical reduction of metarules
    A. Cropper and S. Tourret
    Machine learning 2020
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  5. Learning higher-order logic programs
    A. Cropper, R. Morel, and S.H. Muggleton
    Machine learning 2020
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  6. Learning efficient logic programs
    A. Cropper and S.H. Muggleton
    Machine learning 2019
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Conferences

  1. Knowledge refactoring for inductive program synthesis
    S. Dumančić, T. Guns, and A. Cropper
    AAAI 2021
  2. Learning large logic programs by going beyond entailment
    A. Cropper and S. Dumančić
    IJCAI 2020
  3. Turning 30: new ideas in inductive logic programming
    A. Cropper, S. Dumančić, and S.H. Muggleton
    IJCAI 2020
  4. Forgetting to learn logic programs
    A. Cropper
    AAAI 2020
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  5. Learning higher-order programs through predicate invention
    A. Cropper, R. Morel, and S.H. Muggleton
    AAAI 2020
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  6. Playgol: learning programs through play
    A. Cropper
    IJCAI 2019
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  7. SLD-resolution reduction of second-order horn fragments
    S. Tourret and A. Cropper
    JELIA 2019
  8. Typed meta-interpretive learning of logic programs
    R. Morel, A. Cropper, and L. Ong
    JELIA 2019
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  9. Derivation reduction of metarules in meta-interpretive learning
    A. Cropper and S. Tourret
    ILP 2018
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  10. Learning higher-order logic programs through abstraction and invention
    A. Cropper and S.H. Muggleton
    IJCAI 2016
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  11. Logic-based inductive synthesis of efficient programs
    A. Cropper
    IJCAI 2016
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  12. Learning efficient logical robot strategies involving composable objects
    A. Cropper and S.H. Muggleton
    IJCAI 2015
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  13. Learning efficient logic programs
    A. Cropper
    IJCAI 2015
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  14. Meta-interpretive learning of data transformation programs
    A. Cropper, A. Tamaddoni-Nezhad, and S.H. Muggleton
    ILP 2015
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  15. Typed meta-interpretive learning for proof strategies
    C. Farquhar, G. Grov, A. Cropper, S.H. Muggleton, and A. Bundy
    ILP 2015
  16. Can predicate invention compensate for incomplete background knowledge?
    A. Cropper and S.H. Muggleton
    SCAI 2015
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  17. Logical minimisation of meta-rules within meta-interpretive learning
    A. Cropper and S.H. Muggleton
    ILP 2014
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Workshops

  1. SLD-resolution reduction of second-order Horn fragments
    S. Tourret and A. Cropper
    Termgraph 2018
  2. Identifying and inferring objects from textual descriptions of scenes from books
    A. Cropper
    ICCSW 2014
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Others

  1. Inductive logic programming at 30: a new introduction
    A. Cropper and S. Dumančić.
    Under review.

Theses

  1. Efficiently learning efficient programs
    A. Cropper. PhD thesis, Imperial College London, 2017.
  2. Modelling stock volume using Twitter
    A. Cropper. MSc thesis, University of Oxford, 2011.

Talks