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The Art of Computer Mindmaking

Donald Tees donald at willmack.com
Mon Feb 1 09:07:24 EST 1999


Best of luck ....

Arthur T. Murray wrote in message <36b4e81d.0 at news.victoria.tc.ca>...
>"Donald Tees" <donald at willmack.com> wrote on 31 Jan 1999:
>
>>What makes you think that your basic organisational
>>chart bears any resemblance to a mind?
>>
>>SCN User wrote in message ...
>>>
>>>Using any viable language to code the minimal pdaimind:
>>>
>>>  /^^^^^^^^^^^\ Mind-grid Arrays{ } in Robot PDAI /^^^^^^^^^^^\
>>> /visual memory\                   _________     /  auditory   \
>>>|      /--------|---------\       / LANG-UK \   |   memory      |
>>>|      |  recog-|nition   |       \_________/---|-------------\ |
>>>|   ___|___     |         | flush-vector|       |   ________  | |
>>>|  /image  \    |     ____V_        ____V__     |  /        \ | |
>>>| / percept \   |    /psi{ }\------/ uk{ } \----|-/ ear{ }   \| |
>>>| \ engrams /---|---/concepts\----/ lexicon \---|-\ phonemes /  |
>>>|  \_______/    |   \________/    \_________/   |  \________/   |
>>>
>>>Checklist of steps in coding or porting the PDAIMIND
>     [...]
>>>>> http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Agora/7256/m-forth.html Mind.forth
>>> [...]
>>> http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Agora/7256/cobol.html Help Wanted
>
>  Thank you, Mr/Dr/Prof/ Donald Tees, for this and other bene-notations.
>
>  (My shrink father told me long ago that coining neologisms ^^^^^^^^^^
>  as I have just done, is a sign of mental non-wellbeing, but I needed
>  a word to refer to ... yes, that's it!  Your *intercessions*.)
>
>  The simple ASCII diagram above is actually the distillation unto
>  barest essence of the many years of the "theory phase" of my AI
>  project http://www.scn.org/~mentifex/ AI for Mobile Robots, which
>  is now with Mind.forth in the "implementation phase."
>
>  Soon, when Mind.forth "quickens" or comes full circle in its loop of
>  robot functionality [ input... response... reentry... input... ],
>  I will haunt the comp.robotics.misc newsgroup and encourage those
>  clever unstoppable tinkerers and robot warriors to try out Mind.forth
>  on their robot creations -- many of which already run Forth.
>
>  Right now I am looking for Amiga Forth programmers who will visit
>  the Amiga-only Gramma's BBS at Tel. 425-744-1254 near Seattle WA USA
>  and download the latest native Amiga Mind.forth from the "Files" area
>  and its subsection "43: Programming" -- where I intend to put more
>  releases of native Amiga Mind.forth in the future.
>
>  Then the proof of the diagram/theory will be in the robots.  -  ATM





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