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public:t-720-atai:atai-16:lecture_notes_f-4_22.01.2016 [2016/01/28 17:19]
thorisson2 [Constructionist Methodologies]
public:t-720-atai:atai-16:lecture_notes_f-4_22.01.2016 [2017/12/01 13:55] (current)
thorisson [Methodology]
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 ====Methodology==== ====Methodology====
 |   What it is   | The methods we use to study a phenomenon.  | |   What it is   | The methods we use to study a phenomenon.  |
-|   Why it's important   | Methodology directly influences the shape of our solution - our answers to scientific questions. Equally importantly it directly determines the speed with which we can make progress.  |+|   Why it's important   | Methodology directly influences the shape of our solution - our answers to scientific questions. For this reason, and equally importantlyit directly determines the speed with which we can make progress.  |
 |   The main AI methodology   | AI never really had a proper methodology discussion as part of its mainstream scientific discourse. Only 2 or 3 approaches to AI can be properly called 'methodologies': BDI (belief, desire, intention), subsumption, decision theory. As a result AI inherited the run of the mill CS methodology/ies by default.  | |   The main AI methodology   | AI never really had a proper methodology discussion as part of its mainstream scientific discourse. Only 2 or 3 approaches to AI can be properly called 'methodologies': BDI (belief, desire, intention), subsumption, decision theory. As a result AI inherited the run of the mill CS methodology/ies by default.  |
  
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