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General AI Discussion / Re: Anyone know of a parser like this?
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on Today at 12:36:52 pm »
lol ranch. Honestly I don't think his program is what I need. That'd be hilariously easy and time saving and powerful if it was.

Again, why does it learn   "word word [word {word] word} word"   (the [ ] or the { }?) over one or the other order? Is it more common/useful? (Either "the lobby at the school" or "lobby at the school was").

It can't store both possible shifts. And when it does store 1, it must re-use it for sentences containing it.

It'll always be quick to point out/see it apart in any sentence (or build using it) ex. "Ya so that girl was at the [lobby at the school] but was tired" and ex. "The hat was at the [lobby at the school] but was missing all week long"
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General AI Discussion / Re: Anyone know of a parser like this?
« Last post by ranch vermin on Today at 12:12:26 pm »
ur ruining his design spyda!!!!
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General AI Discussion / Re: Anyone know of a parser like this?
« Last post by spydaz on Today at 08:47:48 am »
So here we save all the possible pairs linearly up on an angle i mean lol and um, 3 sentences like this, which is, bad, it should be triangles made of triangles like shown before and not every shift over like "and the cat" "the cat ate" "cat me but".

Answered!
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General AI Discussion / Re: Yet another possible way to go about ai
« Last post by ranch vermin on Today at 07:09:52 am »
its a form of "generate and test" isnt it.

Thats why neural networks can have a go at brute forcing ANYTHING,   but in some cases they dont do so well,  (they have problems with a needle in a haystack) but you really get imaginitive with how your going to solve your problem.

Thats all this thread really means,  that when your writing a network,  you can get a neural net and have a go at anything u dont want to write directly!
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General AI Discussion / Re: Yet another possible way to go about ai
« Last post by 8pla.net on Today at 06:15:29 am »
Multi Layer Perceptron

http://aihax.com/MLP/
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General AI Discussion / Re: Anyone know of a parser like this?
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on Today at 04:33:49 am »
So here we save all the possible pairs linearly up on an angle i mean lol and um, 3 sentences like this, which is, bad, it should be triangles made of triangles like shown before and not every shift over like "and the cat" "the cat ate" "cat me but".
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General AI Discussion / Re: Anyone know of a parser like this?
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on Today at 04:29:07 am »
I'll draw a sketch of what your algotithm would look like of that pic in my format...
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General AI Discussion / Re: Anyone know of a parser like this?
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on Today at 04:26:12 am »
and if we look again at:


lobby at the old - 1 times
lobby at the - 5 times
lobby at - 7 times
lobby - 22 times

at the old - 20 times
at the - 300 times
at - 400 times

the old - 40 times
the - 400 times

old - 100 times


we can see that in comparison to the add-ups, well,:
at the old:
21 times

lobby at:
13 times

lobby at the:
6 times

lobby at the old:
1 times

are pretty low common frequency


Hmm maybe I did this wrong..........................the single words are good ok but I have the in more pairs than lobby.....
I think we can conclude though that.......um............

.........But wait no I said earlier to compare small pair to small pair and big pair to big pair....obviously if we did that we'd see similar number of lobby and hat or tiger, but less of lobby at the old and more of the red person.

Hence some things are just not common, and but may be good, algorithm no worky...
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General AI Discussion / Re: Anyone know of a parser like this?
« Last post by LOCKSUIT on Today at 04:16:26 am »
see my edit above XD

ok so then re-arranging those numbers in order of highest to smallest frequency we get:



the:
766 times

at:
733 times

at the:
326 times

old:
161 times

the old:
61 times

lobby:
35 times

at the old:
21 times

lobby at:
13 times

lobby at the:
6 times

lobby at the old:
1 times
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General AI Discussion / Re: Anyone know of a parser like this?
« Last post by spydaz on Today at 04:01:47 am »
This is you tree added

The branches with more than 1 level contain data ... the most data is contained in the branches with the highest nodes....
A pattern after testing multiple sentence shapes and adding into single trees may show that 3ngram sentences generally contain Determiner,Noun phrase... etc... such pattern would be learned over time if that was one of the objectives that the strategies were trying to fulfil.

The strategies bring you closer to your objective... even strategies used can also be measured and strategies can be deemed irrelevant as well ranking the strategies by their application can reduce code execution  speed therefore increasing the speed of "Thinking time"..... A potential objective of the algorithm to improve itself...refining it processes.... this may be applied to document processing learning or total learning process. (refinement)... reinforcement learning.... choosing winning strategies for recognised opponents ...applying a basic wining strategies or learning process to learn the opponents strategies and create a combination of strategies from existing rulest to win

Therefore only a jedi can defeat another jedi....Only an AI could defeat another AI
Using the same strategy essentially finding a strategies to defeat itself.... em AI WAR
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