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Processes as Continuants (Abstract)
Found in: Temporal Representation and Reasoning, International Syposium on
By Antony Galton
Issue Date:June 2006
pp. 187
In philosophy it is common to introduce a high-level ontological distinction between continuants and occurrents. Continuants are entities which endure through time: for this reason, they are also called endurants. A continuant can undergo change and yet pr...
   
Pattern Recognition Using Information Slicing Method (pRISM)
Found in: Pattern Recognition, International Conference on
By Sameer Singh, Antony Galton
Issue Date:August 2002
pp. 20144
In this paper we present a method of partitioning feature space of given data into a number of hypercuboids. We derive the overall complexity of the classification problem as a weighted sum of the hypercube's separability measure and the number of elements...
 
Stratified Causal Theories for Reasoning about Deterministic Devices and Protocols
Found in: Temporal Representation and Reasoning, International Syposium on
By Antony Galton, Juan Carlos Augusto
Issue Date:July 2002
pp. 52
We present a method for formalising the behaviour of simple deterministic devices and protocols in a way that makes explicit the causal dependencies amongst the component elements, thereby allowing true causal (as opposed to purely temporal) reasoning. Our...
 
Artificial development of connections in SHRUTI networks using a multi objective genetic algorithm
Found in: Proceeding of the fifteenth annual conference companion on Genetic and evolutionary computation conference companion (GECCO '13 Companion)
By Antony Galton, Ed Keedwell, Joe Townsend
Issue Date:July 2013
pp. 111-112
SHRUTI is a model of how first-order logic can be represented and reasoned upon using a network of spiking neurons in an attempt to model the brain's ability to perform reasoning. This paper extends the biological plausibility of the SHRUTI model by presen...
     
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