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The Animo concept
Transcript of The Animo concept
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have:title "Methods of Algorithmic Language Implementation" an:book any:book all:book get:title any:book Merging code and data into one topological space The processing model is base on ideas taken from nervous system and has axioms:
Axiom 1: Cell's life (including neuron) can be described by R = F ( C ) (1)
where F – function (flow), C – environment force to cell and R - cell force to environment
Axiom 2: Group of cells' life (including neuron) can be described by (1)
Axiom 3: Neuron or neuron's structure choose processing flow base on input signal (pattern detection)
Axiom 4: Neuron's structure can generate dynamic (depend on incoming signal pattern) or constant signal (signal will not changer over lifetime).
Neural circuit always have input, output and processing path. This can be simulated by two different processing models: “from inputs to outputs” (FIO) or “from outputs to inputs” (FOI). Both of them are equal on result, but different on optimization needs and opportunities. Processing optimization for single output is better with FOI model, but best result can be achieve by balancing it with FIO model.
The request processing:
[input]→ sense functions → (context, processing flow) → processing flow (context) → [output] where sense function detect input information and transform it into processing flow and context. The processing flow element has access to several contexts:
local, stack, global and flow.
local is the context with the highest priority;
stack is context's train. The evaluation result pushes the local context to stack;
global context is the documents stored in the XML database;
flow context is the processing line until current position.
During evaluation context can be transformed to processing flow,
or pushed to context. Result of the evaluation is sent to context. get:name an:book manual the:manual is:book have:name "manual" the:animo-lang-man
have:title "Animal Language. Concepts" the:isbn-*, the:animo-lang-man use:manual animo-lang-man use:book, all:book
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