Digital Neural Cortex


The ANNIE 2001 artificial neural cortex paper [1] formally introduced the direct∕inverse columnar index pair. The power of direct∕inverse index pair was clearly shown by the Google search engine, which is based on such a pair, where direct index is a {document}∕word id and the inverse index is {word id}∕document relationship [2]. An efficient way to achieving a generalization of information is in using a hierarchy of indexes. Litespeed, Ltd, Singapore, http://litespeed.com.sg, implemented such a system in 2002, which supports content-based marking of open-ended structured answers with a high level of accuracy. This paper introduces an indexing formalism and a set identification algorithm, which the implementation of the digital cortex is based upon. The paper also discusses an application of the suggested technology to the scene analyses, which is performed by the digital cortex without training sessions.

  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Definition, Notation and Some Properties of Columnar Indexes
  • Avoiding Exponential Memory Growth by Lossless Space Decomposition
  • Ser Equation as a Set Identification Tool
  • Generic Template Matching Problem and Axial Rotation
  • Achieving Fault-Tolerance with Help of Generalization
  • Hierarchy and Invariant Representations
  • Conclusions
  • References

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