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chaotic language introduction theoretical outline software contact us search search this site: tags chaos and meaning chaotic behaviour distributional analysis emergence exemplar-based meaning grammatical complexity incompressibility meaning as "game" patterns among objects power of computation randomness subjectivity more tags user login log in using openid: what is openid? username: * password: * log in using openid cancel openid login request new password an exploration of converging threads of chaos and complexity in language and cognition. introduction mon, 08/16/2010 - 20:51 — rob there are still many tasks which people can perform easily but computers cannot. one of these tasks is understanding ordinary or natural language. we still don’t know how to program a computer to understand what we say in ordinary language, just as we don’t know how to program a computer to reliably recognize a face, or a road, a bomb, a pistol, or an ice-cream. the need is so great that software exists for such tasks, but with very few exceptions it works too poorly to be useful. nothing approaches human ability. read more theoretical outline linguistics attempts to find a system for language. in common with broader science this search has moved in the direction of seeking general laws, or rules, broadly speaking grammar. the conjecture of this website is that such rules cannot be abstracted for natural language. looked at more broadly this seems to be part of a general revision of the place of theory in science. godel's mathematical incompleteness appears to be a version of it. stephen wolfram's "computational irreducibility" appears to be a version of it. read more the solution sat, 11/20/2010 - 01:31 — anonymous the solution is to keep finding structure. we can't capture the structure of natural language with rules or generalizations. but this need not be a problem. it is only our expectations which are frustrated. instead of seeing this constant source of ungeneralizable structure as a problem, we can see it as a resource. read more end of theory? thu, 09/11/2008 - 11:35 — rob wired editor chris anderson has written an article "the end of theory" hints at broader issues such as our ability to abstract "truth" into theory, and the utility of drawing conclusions directly from data: wired magazine: 16.07 the end of theory http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/magazine/16-07/pb_theory as i said in the funknet thread where this article came up, i don't think this indicates an "end of theory" so much as "the birth of the theory that there can be lots more theories buried in a set of data than we've ever imagined we needed to look for before." read more observed limitations to "rules" in physics tue, 08/05/2008 - 15:27 — rob r. b. laughlin* and david pines†‡§ "for better or worse we are now witnessing a transition from the science of the past, so intimately linked to reductionism, to the study of complex adaptive matter, firmly based in experiment, with its hope for providing a jumping-off point for new discoveries, new concepts, and new wisdom." http://www.physics.uq.edu.au/cmp-workshop/forms/laughlinpines.pdf emergence limits of reductionism quantum properties of assemblies read more grammar without grammaticality sun, 07/13/2008 - 17:49 — rob geoffrey sampson: "...it is notorious that the ideal of a grammar which fully succeeds in correctly distinguishing grammatical from ungrammatical sequences has never been attained for even one speaker." http://www.grsampson.net/agwg.html grammatical complexity read more similarity modeling similarity modeling - similarity modeling uses the same parameters as distributional analysis, but it assumes nice clusters are not possible. instead it makes ad-hoc analogies by averaging sets of properties, as required: e.g. dagan, marcus, markovitch '95: (p.g. 32, long version) "it has been traditionally assumed that ... information about words should be generalized using word classes ... however, it was never clearly shown that unrestricted language is indeed structured in accordance with this assumption." (and previously on p.g. 4) "... our method assumes that distributional analysis emergence grammatical complexity read more paul hopper's emergent grammar berkeley linguistics society, vol. 13 (1987), 139-157 "i am concerned in this paper with the ... the assumption of an abstract, mentally represented rule system which is somehow implemented when we speak. ...'culture is temporal, emergent, and disputed' (clifford 1986:19). i believe the same is true of grammar, which like speech itself must be viewed as a real-time, social phenomenon, and therefore is temporal; its structure is always deferred, always in a process but never arriving, and therefore emergent; and since i can only choose a tiny fraction emergence grammatical complexity meaning as process read more gosper's glider gun "conway conjectured on the existence of infinitely growing patterns, and offered a reward for an example. gosper was the first to find such a pattern (specifically, the glider gun), and won the prize." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/bill_gosper chaotic behaviour patterns among objects strucures which become more complex thomas kuhn thomas kuhn, the structure of scientific revolutions p.g. 192 (postscript) "when i speak of knowledge embedded in shared exemplars, i am not referring to a mode of knowing that is less systematic or less analyzable than knowledge embedded in rules, laws, or criteria of identification. instead i have in mind a manner of knowing which is misconstrued if reconstructed in terms of rules that are first abstracted from exemplars and thereafter function in their stead." exemplar-based meaning subjectivity 1 2 next › last »


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