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hologenicman
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Posted - Feb 02 2006 :  00:42:49  Show Profile  Visit hologenicman's Homepage
This thread is started to discuss and develope an alternate association engine for NLP.

The learned association engine takes Grant's advice to do the sequential segmentation and reassemble according to matching leading and trailing characters. As Grant stated this would seem to resemble language but not quite be language unless you trained it... Well that training is the entirety of the "learned association engine". It'll merely take feedback from interaction to determine if the assembly process is going well or not. Throw in a few feedback loops and error checking with matchihg the user sentences and you get an entirely new approach to creating a language association engine...

The name that I will be referring to this by is the LearnedAssociationEngine. It will run concurrently with the PerceptualContextEngine and the PerceptualConceptEngine. The PerpceptualContextEngine has the duty of sliceing up the text and the PerceptualConceptEngine has the duty of reassembling those segments of text. The LearnedAssociationEngine interacts with both of these engines intimately in order to guide the resultant output.

To date, the LearnedAssociationEngine will be the module that most closely aims at the goal of cognition within the project.

John L>
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HologenicMan
John A. Latimer
http://www.UniversalHologenics.com

"If the Human brain were so simple that we could understand it,
we would be so simple that we couldn't..."
-Emerson M Pugh-

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NOTE: Goal not always achieved.

laackejim
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Posted - Feb 03 2006 :  08:05:43  Show Profile
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Originally posted by hologenicman

This thread is started to discuss and develope an alternate association engine for NLP.


The name that I will be referring to this by is the LearnedAssociationEngine. order to guide the resultant output.

To date, the LearnedAssociationEngine will be the module that most closely aims at the goal of cognition within the project.

John L>
IA|AI



John, On this one I will watch and listen and try to hang on by my fingernails. Keep talking, I am trying to follow.

Jim
IA|AI

Uncle Jim (e=mc2)
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Nomeneiste
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Posted - Sep 26 2009 :  06:29:59  Show Profile  Click to see Nomeneiste's MSN Messenger address
Good morning,

Was this thread continued elsewhere or did it just... pause?

TTFN,
Brandon

- The answer is oorple.
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hologenicman
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Posted - Sep 27 2009 :  13:19:24  Show Profile  Visit hologenicman's Homepage

I'm not sure Brandon. I know that the PerceptualContextEngine and the PerceptualConceptEngine threads were very well fleshed out with code and such written in VB script.

This thread was intended to take those threads and add guided interactivity.

I'll check around and see if I can find where the project went from there...

John L>
IA|AI

HologenicMan
John A. Latimer
http://www.UniversalHologenics.com

"If the Human brain were so simple that we could understand it,
we would be so simple that we couldn't..."
-Emerson M Pugh-

Current project:http://www.vrconsulting.it/vhf/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=816&whichpage=1

DISCOVERY: The more I learn, the more I learn how little I know.
GOAL: There's strength in simplicity.
NOTE: Goal not always achieved.
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