A Molecular Quasi-Random Model of Computations Applied to Evaluate Collective Intelligence

@inproceedings{Szuba1998AMQ,
  title={A Molecular Quasi-Random Model of Computations Applied to Evaluate Collective Intelligence},
  author={Tadeusz Szuba},
  booktitle={IPPS/SPDP Workshops},
  year={1998}
}
The paper presents how the Random PROLOG Processor (RPP), a bio-inspired model of computations, can be used for formalization and analysis of a phenomenon the Collective Intelligence ( CI) of social structures. The RPP originates from the question of why inference processes are quasi-chaotic in real life. In the RPP, clause_molecules (CMs) move quasi-randomly around in abstract Computational_PROLOG_Space (CS) . CMs can carry clauses of facts, rules, and goals, or CMs can even be moving sets of… CONTINUE READING