Mind.Lisp (Was: Re: design a city oriented to public transport)
mentifex at my-deja.com
Tue Apr 25 07:06:26 EST 2000
In article <3905359F.D7697AD3 at cruzio.com>,
andi babian <ababian at cruzio.com> wrote:
> That sounds like fun. I looked into Mentifex a long time ago
> but never really saw what the point was supposed to be.
> Trying to implement something is a good way to understand it.
http://www.geocities.com/mentifex/theory5.html -- a theory of mind
is being implemented as public domain artificial intelligence.
> And anyway, it would be nice to have it in
> a language a lot of people can understand.
> (Is Java more popular than Lisp yet?).
http://www.geocities.com/mentifex/webcyc.html#proglangs is a list
of languages from which people may select their favorite for PD AI.
> Also, I did notice that Misty Beach has something of a Forth
> interpreter in Java for the purposes of an online demo.
> Of course, I can't vouch for it working on such a large pile of code.
http://www.geocities.com/mentifex/mind4th.html Mind.Forth (36K)
http://www.scn.org/~mentifex/mindrexx.html Mind.Rexx (107K)
http://www.virtualentity.com/mind/vb/ Mind.VB (~116K)
> Patrik Bagge wrote:
>>>Dear Patrick Bagge: I am trying to err on the side of too much
>>>information, not too little. I can't do the Java -- any volunteer(s)?
>> for the n'th time, What are the functional highlights of your work ?
>> I'll do the Java forya, if there is any substance in your project
>> (no of versions or translations doesn't count as substantial)
Forth is the lingua franca of AI, embedded NC and robotics.
For details on Mind.Forth and the public domain AI project,
see the ACM Sigplan Notices 33(12):25-31 (December 1998),
"Mind.Forth: Thoughts on Artificial Intelligence and Forth."
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