Weird what you find when…

Monday 6th February, 2006 at 7:42 pm Leave a comment

It’s weird what you find when you’re not looking for it.

I need to clean up a machine that was an old laptop and currently running SVN for a bunch of projects I am working on with others.  We’ve decided to use the latest version of Visual Source Safe that comes with Visual Studio 2005 and I hit the web looking for a tool that migrates from SVN to VSS.

Google spat out a bunch of links and one of them took me to Richard Lowe’s Blog – a quick scan and I spotted an interesting section on Complex Adaptive Systems.  While Richard hasn’t posted anything recently – it’s an interesting topic.  CoCoTa a Machine Translation Engine I’ve been working on implements a decoupled dynamic engine.  Decoupling is an engine mechanism within the CoCoTa framework that enables dynamic code generation. 

This allows 2 things:

  1. Reasoning agents are created in the translation and deduction engines (ala mini me)
  2. The main engine goes through an e-change cycle – allowing the system to adapt over time

 

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