[Element ∊ Set] reasoning in natural language processing

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Re: [Element ∊ Set] reasoning in natural language processing
« Reply #15 on: June 28, 2018, 12:48:03 am »
x = anything that relates to x.

but notice if i go.

yum=banana
yum=icecream

yum=banana and icecream, so its confusing, everything seems to equal everything.

but there should only be ONE output for an INPUT.

so in a system like this,   maybe the computer shouldnt be happy until it has a CONTEXT for every single OVERLOAD it has,  unless its a *TRUE SYNONYM* and thats the only special case.

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Re: [Element ∊ Set] reasoning in natural language processing
« Reply #16 on: June 28, 2018, 04:07:48 am »
Perhaps if you were to qualify those "Yummy" items as Dessert, it might handle better.
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Re: [Element ∊ Set] reasoning in natural language processing
« Reply #17 on: June 28, 2018, 04:55:10 am »
I was almost thinking something beautiful in my head,  but it didnt quite get there...
One I take to school,   one I have at night watching my tv.
Now im not stuck with 2 options not knowing what to do. :)

A lack of context is bad in a machine tho,  because it arises on a noisy output (u should see how bad some correlation graphs are, with outputs overloading ontop of themselves due to lack of context on the input semantics.),  but i guess in this simple symbolic world you dont notice it happening.

So I guess my post is illogical.