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15 April 2008 Internalizing intelligent activity
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Intelligent computing has various methods where a structure is set up and activated from outside. The separation of structure-building and activity into different modes of operation makes the more complex problems unreachable. This paper discusses a method of operation for intelligent computing where a structure is internally active, dynamically extensible by the user, and also modifiable by itself, with new elements of structure immediately participating in activity. Three themes are explored - directed versus undirected structure, a method of self-extension and the operation of free structure. Existential control and inheritance are shown to be computable within the structure and the need to model relations on relations for complex applications is discussed.
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Jim Brander "Internalizing intelligent activity", Proc. SPIE 6961, Intelligent Computing: Theory and Applications VI, 69610F (15 April 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.771805
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