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public:t-720-atai:atai-16:lecture_notes_f-18_11.03.2016 [2016/03/10 17:59]
thorisson2 [What Might an Operational Seed Look Like?]
public:t-720-atai:atai-16:lecture_notes_f-18_11.03.2016 [2016/03/10 18:07] (current)
thorisson2 [What's in a Seed?]
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 |  Size  | Of course this depends on the World/task-environment, in particular its complexity and richness (a world may be complex but only contain very few atomic element types, it may be simple yet rich in atomic element types - the latter not necessarily making it (much) more complex.)   | |  Size  | Of course this depends on the World/task-environment, in particular its complexity and richness (a world may be complex but only contain very few atomic element types, it may be simple yet rich in atomic element types - the latter not necessarily making it (much) more complex.)   |
 |  Content  | Again, this is context/world-dependent, because //at least some// notions in the seed //must// reference //at least some// measurable+manipulatable features of the domain, via the system's senctors.    | |  Content  | Again, this is context/world-dependent, because //at least some// notions in the seed //must// reference //at least some// measurable+manipulatable features of the domain, via the system's senctors.    |
-|  Domain-dependence  | Seed is always domain-dependent in that to reference a manipulatable+observable feature of the bootstrapping domain it must be known a priori to the seed-designer.  |+|  Domain-dependence  | Seed is always domain-dependent in that to reference a manipulatable+observable feature of the bootstrapping domain it must be known a-priori to the seed-designer.  |
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