Mathematical Logic Quarterly 49 (2):129-149 (2003)

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We investigate connections between the syntactic and semantic distance of programs on an abstract, recursion theoretic level. For a certain rather restrictive notion of interdependency of the two kinds of distances, there remain only few and “unnatural” numberings allowing such close relationship. Weakening the requirements leads to the discovery of universal metrics such that for an arbitrary recursively enumerable family of functions a numbering compatible with such a metric can uniformly be constructed. We conclude our considerations with some implications on learning theory
Keywords Distance of functions  inductive inference  metric  numbering
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DOI 10.1002/malq.200310013
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