Inductive Logic Programming (ILP) is a field of research in which logic programs are synthesized (learned) from examples. There is a need for a variety of large datasets to evaluate ILP learners. The paper describes an example generator program GENEX that provides the user with a language in which to describe large sets of structured examples. GENEX is available on the WWW.

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  1. Morin, Johanne; Matwin, Stan: GENEX: A tool for testing in ILP (2001)