September 2009
Systems Science;2009, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p63
Academic Journal
We learn through experience. Our brain stores knowledge in terms of keeping our own experience from past situations as well as adding knowledge by learning from experiences of others. All these experiences, over generations, are stored in individual's DNA that carries this information into the future. Our idea is to develop an artificial system, an architecture that would support discovering, adding, storing, improving, and sharing knowledge through experience, in a way similar in some very general sense to what happens in nature. We propose a novel approach in which knowledge is represented by Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS), and is carried into the future by Decisional DNA. This paper reports on our efforts at the stage of developing and example of SOEKS.


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