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thorisson [Autonomy & Closure]
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 |  Structural Autonomy  | Refers to the process through which cognitive autonomy is achieved: Motivations, goals and behaviors as dynamically and continuously (re)constructed by the machine as a result of changes in its internal structure.  | |  Structural Autonomy  | Refers to the process through which cognitive autonomy is achieved: Motivations, goals and behaviors as dynamically and continuously (re)constructed by the machine as a result of changes in its internal structure.  |
 |  Operational closure  | The system's own operations is all that is required to maintain (and improve) the system itself.   | |  Operational closure  | The system's own operations is all that is required to maintain (and improve) the system itself.   |
-|  Semantic closure  | The system's own operations and experience produces/defines the meaning of its constituents. //Meaning// can thus be seen as being defined/given by the operation of the system as a whole: the actions it has taking, is taking, could be taking, and has thought about (simulated) taking, both cognitive actions and external actions in its physical domain. For instance, the meaning of punching your best friend are the implications - actual and potential - that this action has/may have, and its impact on your own cognition.    |+|  Semantic closure  | The system's own operations and experience produces/defines the meaning of its constituents. //Meaning// can thus be seen as being defined/given by the operation of the system as a whole: the actions it has taken, is taking, could be taking, and has thought about (simulated) taking, both cognitive actions and external actions in its physical domain. For instance, the meaning of punching your best friend are the implications - actual and potential - that this action has/may have, and its impact on your own cognition.    |
 |  Self-Programming in Autonomy  | The global process that animates computational structurally autonomous systems, i.e. the implementation of both the operational and semantic closures.   | |  Self-Programming in Autonomy  | The global process that animates computational structurally autonomous systems, i.e. the implementation of both the operational and semantic closures.   |
 |  System evolution  | A controlled and planned reflective process; a global and never-terminating process of architectural synthesis.  | |  System evolution  | A controlled and planned reflective process; a global and never-terminating process of architectural synthesis.  |
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