I am looking for a pedagogical outline of the inductive theory of knowledge. Something along the lines of a level textbook (graduate or undergraduate) reference rather than references to classic texts.
I am aware that there are many different models of induction (Bacon, Mill etc.) but they all roughly share the features of making observations and then (somehow) generalising them. In particular, I am interested in an explanation (from the inductivist point of view) of how scientific knowledge (such as Newtonian physics or relativity) can come from induction as this is something I am struggling to understand.
EDIT: People seem to be interpreting this question as 'Give me your opinions on whether inductive theories of knowledge are correct'. This is not the question. The question is a reference request, so answers should include a reference which explains inductive theories of knowledge.