PERSONOID  - Meta-Monads
Adam Maria Gadomski ,   http://erg4146.casaccia.enea.it/wwwerg26701/gad-pe02.htm

 

  Personoid may think about its own reasoning, it can change current meta-strategy.

 

  On the figure above, a mental activity of the flat part of a personoid is obseved and managed by a meta-monad. The monads 1,2,3 are only an image of the basic flat personoid. Personoids with a meta-monad represent a structural intelligence higher than the intelligence of flat personoids. 

In general, the personoid architecture ( and its intelligence) is incrementable because every previously constructed monad or personoid may be considered as a subsequent dynamic domain of activity for the next higher level meta-monad.

TOGA meta-theory hypothesis on Fractal Intelligence

We may expect that the personoid cognitive IPK (Information, Preferences, Knowledge) architecture can grow up automatically according to the increasing number of  personoid domains of activity, points of view and meta-reasoning levels. Such process could be driven by a fractal algorithm. In the next research step, a personoid fractal algorithm could be also considered as its genetic code and could be modified by mutations in personoid societies. Some preliminary theoretical study of such self developing personoids has been performed in ENEA in 1994 -1995. Taking under considerations increasing possibilities of HPPC (High Performance Parallel Computing) first simulations of human organizations as a personoids' organization with dynamically modificable structures seems to be a realistic objective in the first years of 2000.

In general, the Abstract Intelligent Agent research requires strong interdisciplinary cooperations what is possible to realize , for instance, in frame of European R&D projects.


" New thinks get started by evolution of chance, not design" (-)Allan Newell 
 

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