Thursday, March 17, 2016

The many dimensions of vagueness in Asa H

My artificial intelligence Asa H incorporates vagueness in a number of ways.  Clustering averages multiple spatial temporal observations to form a given concept.  None of the individual observations are an exact match to the concept.  Some similarity measure (or possibly several different similarity measures) compares an observed spatial temporal pattern with a known concept. Generalizations across the hierarchical memory organization are abstractions (vague). Time and spatial dilations constitute yet another source of vagueness. This all has implications for the philosophy of vagueness.

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