[Ndn-interest] efficient lookup method
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Wed Jul 8 02:12:55 PDT 2015
many thanks for your great suggestions.
On Sun, Jul 5, 2015 at 11:24 PM, stewart mackenzie <setori88 at gmail.com>
> On Mon, Jul 6, 2015 at 1:18 AM, Arunkumar Dhananjayan
> <arunkd13 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I don't want to hijack this thread to discuss about SDRs, but can you
> > enlighten me on how semantic similarity is ensured?
> I would imagine shared language is the binding ensures semantic similarity.
> > I think to have semantic similarity that everyone agree upon, we need a
> > common encoding that will be used by everyone.
> > I listened through the talk and it was really interesting. I find SDRs
> > similar to Bloom Filters and there is considerable literature on using
> > filters to implement content based routing, where a common hash function
> > used, but the hashes themselves do not represent any semantic meaning. I
> > finding it intriguing that each bit in an SDR has a semantic meaning. It
> > probably true within a single brain, because of the coordinated learning
> > did, but I am pretty sure, the semantic meaning of the bits in the SDR
> > different in each of our brains.
> > Probably to achieve a common semantic meaning for each bit, the entire
> > network should act as a single brain and keep learning continuously. Or
> > probably retrieving semantically close data is out of the scope of NDN
> > should probably be left to a totally different 'Google' layer.
> NDN is the "google layer", it will break the google, facebook, dropbox
> Though it looks like http://www.cortical.io/technology.html has put
> down some very good foundations in this area.
> How about reverse engineering their process and incorporating it into
> the NDN mix?
> Though there would need to be some kind of classifier which would map
> SDR back to human readable words.
> Maybe the Nupic classifer is enough to do this?
> I don't know, there are many very interesting slants on this thought
> If there are people interested in creating an POC implementation of
> this idea in Rust then lets collaborate.
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