Grounded on Experience: Semantics for intelligence

@inproceedings{Wang1995GroundedOE,
  title={Grounded on Experience: Semantics for intelligence},
  author={Pei Wang},
  year={1995}
}
Model-theoretic semantics is inappropriate for adaptive systems working with insuucient knowledge and resources. An experience-grounded semantics is introduced in this paper, using NARS, an intelligent reasoning system, as a concrete example. In NARS, the truth value of a sentence indicates the amount of available evidence, and the meaning of a term indicates its experienced relationship with other terms. Accordingly , both truth value and meaning are dynamic and subjective. This approach… CONTINUE READING

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