All these systems are based entirely on human knowledge, carefully assembled and coded. The most flexible automated design systems today can vary the proposed project is to search for improvements, but they do not know nothing applicable to the next project. But EURISKO different. Developed by Professor Douglas Laenas and others at Stanford University, EURISKO designed to explore new areas of knowledge. It is managed by heuristics - pieces of knowledge that suggest possible actions that can be followed, or those that should be avoided; in fact, different 'rules of thumb'. It uses heuristics to suggest topics on which to work, and other heuristics to suggest what approaches to try and how to evaluate the results. More some heuristics seeking stable structures in the results, offering new heuristics, and rank the value of both new and old heuristics. Thus EURISKO produces better behavior, better internal models, and better rules for choosing between internal models. Laenas himself describes the variation and selection of heuristics and principles in terms of the system 'mutation' and 'selection', and tells the social, cultural metaphor for understanding their interaction.
The Bible And Its World, Rabbinic Literature And Jewish Thought. Iggud Selected Essays In Jewsih Studies Volume 1 (Articles In Hebrew And English)
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