Competitive agents and k line short term and long term memory

08.11.2019 - By Machine learning

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Polynemes are k-line association domains for a word. A polyneme signals different agencies (color, shape, or texture agencies) too turn on process in their agences. Each agency must have a dictionary of words and memory to know how to respond to the polynemes, a bank composed of k-lines. Polynemes are permenant k-lines and form long term memories. Pronomes are temporary k-lines and represent short-term memory. We often say what we want to say in few words than might be possible, such is the case of a pronoun. Propositions like from/to indicate positions in space: origin, trajectory, and destination (conceptual dependency); P-trans represent a physical motion from one place to another, m-trans represents a mental transmission of an idea, and A-Trans describes what is involved in the transfer. In order for a polyneme to work each recipient must learn its own way to react to input. Isonome applies the same idea to many different things. The idea can be architecturally similar to other ideas. Isonomes exploit abilities common to many agents.

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