Monday, January 21, 2019


All computer programs of significant size have bugs in them. (As do the libraries, compilers, and hardware* they make use of.) I have spent much of the year so far trying to address some issues I ran into while assembling a large (A.s.a. H.) hierarchical case base from pieces learned by different robotic agents, both real and simulated, run at different times, in multiple environments, performing a variety of tasks.

Too many platforms, too many operating systems, too many languages, too many compilers....

* For example, with one of my Raspberry Pis the micro SD card must be plugged in just right. I've also commented previously on issues with LEGO plugs and the like.

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