Introduction Section

The Model Overview

I know nothing in the world that has as much power as a word. Sometimes I write one, and I look at it, until it begins to shine.

– Emily Dickinson

Visit the About page for the project’s motivation, scope and goals.  We are in the exploratory stage and look forward to any feedback. Please Contact.

General Area of Discussion:  Model Based and Commonsense Reasoning

Interests, influences & Inspirations: Intersubjectivity, Anthroposemiotics, Enactivism, Ecological PsychologyEmbodied CognitionPhenomenology.

An Ecological Systems Perspective: Artificial Intelligence, Database Schema, Contextual Responsiveness, Commonsense Awareness, Intentions & Viewpoints.

Artificial Intelligence & Reference Frames

To exist as an individual means not simply to be numerically distinct from other things but to be a self-pole in a dynamic relationship with alterity, with what is other, with the world.

— Evan Thompson

Introducing The Quadranym Model of Word-Sensibility:

Word-Sensibility is proposed as a method of textual analysis. Data training involves a database with its features tagged to identify reference frames for word sense. Word-sensibility is about the dynamic sense of word sense.

  1. Dynamic sense refers to having a sense of things through interaction.
  2. Interactions accumulate and unitize into systems of responsiveness.
  3. Responsiveness is the ability to act quickly and positively to situations.
  4. Responsiveness is about normal and successful engagement with the world.

GOAL: Improve commonsense prediction with units of responsiveness.

On this page we offer a general overview of the model. We introduce the terms Word-Sensibility, Dynamical Context, Word-Topic and Quadranym.

  • Word-Sensibility is about points of view, commonsense, metaphoric relations and simulating the human ability to sense dynamic relations between signs.
  • The word-sensibility approach aims to model words as units of homeostasis.

General  Introduction: Visit About Page

Sections of the Article
  1. The Specificity of a Word’s Dynamicity
  2. The Organism: Responding & Predicting
  3. The Machine: An Ecological Systems Perspective
  4. Orientation: Affordance, Invitation & Metaphor
  5. Reference Frames: Viewpoints & Disambiguation
  6. Responsiveness: The Motivated Dynamical Context
  7. Intersubjectivity: Orientation & Conative Exchanges
  8. The Word-Topic Database:  Wiki & Acquisition
  9. Word-Sensibility in a Nutshell
  10. Final Thoughts & Summary
  11. The General Database: Open Source Language Project