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UC/Irvine (UCI) AI/Machine Learning Repository:

   ftp.ics.uci.edu has a variety of AI-related materials, with a special
   focus on machine learning. For example,

      ftp.ics.uci.edu:/pub/machine-learning-databases/

   contains over 80 benchmark data sets for classifier systems (30mb).

MLnet Machine Learning Archive
MLnet Online Information Service

   In 1988 the Special Interest Group on Machine Learning of the German
   Society for Computer Science (GI e.V.) decided to establish a library
   of PROLOG implementations of Machine Learning algorithms.  By 1994 the
   library had a sizable collection of GLPed PROLOG software.  The site
   has grown, and now, according to the webpage it "offers a growing
   collection of ML information, datasets, software and pointers to other
   ML resources."  The homepage is at:

	http://www.mlnet.org

   Send your contributions to Mathias Kirsten (info@mlnet.org) at the GMD -
   German National Research Center, or use the contribution facilities within
   the MLnet OiS.

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