BISC Seminar Announcement April 29th, 1999 , 4-5pm 310 Soda

Frank Hoffmann (fhoffman@cs.berkeley.edu)
Thu, 29 Apr 1999 17:04:48 +0200 (MET DST)

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Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC)
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BISC SEMINAR ANNOUNCEMENT
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Title : ''The NGRAM-Transform''

Speaker: Joe Bugajski
Triada
E-mail: joeb@triada.com

Date: April 29th, 1999
4-5pm
310 Soda Hall

Abstract:

The NGram Transform is a mapping from an information space of events (vector
like objects) comprising bandwidth limited signals into its dual space of
memories of the events (form like objects). The NGram Transform is currently
implemented in Triada's products as an isomorphism although it could be a
homomorphism. The network of memories under the action of the NGram
Transform makes a hierarchally ordered associative memory structure with
numerous interesting properties, in particular, learning, the NGram
Transform, creates memories, and memories by action of rememberance
evidences learning.

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