|Topic:||Re:Re:Re:Genetic Algorithm for pattern recognition|
|Posted by:||Pete West|
It may or may not be possible for Todd or Herty to 'write something' concerning genetic algorithms or connectionism (PDP) which is possibly understandable to you. Whether or not this is the case is of potentially little or no consequence to the issue of whether or not this topic is of relevance to this forum. I feel certain that you might agree that genetic algorithms and connectionism are relevant topics for us to continue to explore, especially after considering the contents of the following related links:
Note especially the essays, "Strategies, Brains, Neural Networks, and Cognitive Science: Re-Programming the P of NLP" and "Neural Networks and NLP Strategies-Part 2-3" by Joseph O'Connor and Brian Van der Horst.
A review by Brian Van der Horst of "The Embodied Mind," by Francisco J. Varela, Evan Thompson, and Eleanor Rosch 1991, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Happy haunting Spike,
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Genetic Algorithm for pattern recognition||07/12/2003 04:59:07||Herty|
|Re:Genetic Algorithm for pattern recognition||09/12/2003 15:29:45||Stephen Bray|
|Re:Genetic Algorithm for pattern recognition||10/12/2003 02:37:12||Todd|
|Re:Genetic Algorithm for pattern recognition||10/12/2003 14:29:13||Herty|
|Re:Re:Genetic Algorithm for pattern recognition||10/12/2003 22:00:12||Spike|
|Re:Re:Re:Genetic Algorithm for pattern recognition||13/12/2003 12:58:24||Pete West|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Genetic Algorithm for pattern recognition||13/12/2003 20:30:56||Spike|