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[2D6-OS-18c] OS-18 (3)

Wed. Jun 10, 2020 5:50 PM - 7:10 PM Room D (jsai2020online-4)

岩澤 有祐(東京大学)、鈴木 雅大(東京大学)、山川 宏(東京大学/全脳アーキテクチャ・イニシアティブ)、松尾 豊(東京大学)

6:50 PM - 7:10 PM

[2D6-OS-18c-04] Aligned Structures as a basis of Knowledge Acquisition

How a Set of Events be Constructed?

〇Hiroshi Yamakawa Yamakawa1,2 (1. Univ. of Tokyo, 2. The Whole Brain Architecture Initiative)

Keywords:representaton, model, homomorphism

Statistical learning acquire knowledge from the environment based on counting the number of occurrences of events. Thus, flexibly defining a set of events contributes to an expanded range of reasoning. In this paper, we first define the alignment structure, which is an essential representation for every statistical learning. This consists of a case index set (CIS) having an index for specifying an event as an element, and a value reading procedure for reading a value corresponding to each variable from a value area according to each index. The basic procedure of constructing an abstract CIS is repetition of process that is a procedure that cuts out a partial area starting from a certain element in the CIS and associates it with a higher-order CIS element. This consideration is expected to contribute to the research of artificial intelligence in the future, which will expand intelligence by automatically finding alignment structures.

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