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
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.
- Dynamic sense refers to having a sense of things through interaction.
- Interactions accumulate and unitize into systems of responsiveness.
- Responsiveness is the ability to act quickly and positively to situations.
- 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
- The Specificity of a Word’s Dynamicity
- The Organism: Responding & Predicting
- The Machine: An Ecological Systems Perspective
- Orientation: Affordance, Invitation & Metaphor
- Reference Frames: Viewpoints & Disambiguation
- Responsiveness: The Motivated Dynamical Context
- Intersubjectivity: Orientation & Conative Exchanges
- The Word-Topic Database: Wiki & Acquisition
- Word-Sensibility in a Nutshell
- Final Thoughts & Summary
- The General Database: Open Source Language Project