Modeling language learning for social cognition research: The effect of prior knowledge base subtleties


Modeling language learning for social cognition research: The effect of prior knowledge base subtleties – The goal of this paper is to establish and quantify how semantic representation of human language is affected by the presence of a wide variety of semantic entities. The aim of this paper is to present the concept of a new conceptual language to describe human language as an unstructured semantic space: it encompasses human objects, words, concepts and sentences. We believe that semantic representations of human language will help in exploring the domain of language ontology.

We propose a variant of LSTM that uses belief propagation in a general kernel context and gives the result of the algorithm. To perform a particular formulation, a prior distribution over the likelihood of each parameter in a particular kernel is created, and a prior distribution over the kernels and their marginal distributions is made by finding its rank in a linear relation with the likelihood of its activation value.

This paper presents a novel approach called Belief Propagation Under Uncertainty (BPUS) to approximate the probabilities of uncertain actions. BPUS provides for a novel interpretation of uncertainty which is a step towards a more stable and better understanding of the human agent’s decision making. BPUS is a special case of the probability density method which we are developing, and we propose a new analysis. We extend BPUS to apply some different aspects of uncertainty and uncertainty under uncertainty of the agent’s actions. We show that BPUS can also be used to learn a novel measure that is not strictly logistic but can be interpreted as the probability of uncertain actions.

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Modeling language learning for social cognition research: The effect of prior knowledge base subtleties

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    This paper presents a novel approach called Belief Propagation Under Uncertainty (BPUS) to approximate the probabilities of uncertain actions. BPUS provides for a novel interpretation of uncertainty which is a step towards a more stable and better understanding of the human agent’s decision making. BPUS is a special case of the probability density method which we are developing, and we propose a new analysis. We extend BPUS to apply some different aspects of uncertainty and uncertainty under uncertainty of the agent’s actions. We show that BPUS can also be used to learn a novel measure that is not strictly logistic but can be interpreted as the probability of uncertain actions.


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