Re: Adding more evidence


Subject: Re: Adding more evidence
From: Xiccarph (portw002@tc.umn.edu)
Date: Thu Feb 03 2000 - 16:21:40 MET


An even more complicated problem exists when you consider some watermelons are
not red, but yellow inside. Rules could get even more tedious if you narrow
appearance even more to be more exact: some watermelon skins are green with
white markings, some green with black markings, some are seeded, some seedless.
And now we know why pattern recognition will never reach 100% for such things.
Mike

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