Cookbook

Cognition

Cookbook.Cognition History

Hide minor edits - Show changes to output

January 22, 2014, at 11:09 AM by Fabien - iPython for executable wiki
Added line 695:
* consider iPython
September 23, 2011, at 03:55 PM by Fabien - linking InformationGeometry to #Thinking
Changed line 1103 from:
* [[Seedea:CoEvolution/HistoryIdeaManagement#CognitiveArcheology|Cognitive Archeology]]
to:
* Seedea:CoEvolution/HistoryIdeaManagement#CognitiveArcheology
Added line 1117:
* Seedea:Content/Newconcepts#InformationGeometry
Changed line 26 from:
* [[#socialnetwork|my social network]]
to:
* [[#socialnetwork|Social Network]]
Added lines 514-515:
* we are addicted to cognitively stimulating environment
** as we develop cognitive skills, there is simply no going back to less rich environment and some of the most challenging involve a social aspect too
Added line 92:
* [[Content/Needs#EvolutionOfTheMathematicalSyntax]]
August 12, 2011, at 05:35 PM by Fabien - #DailyExercisesFeed implemented as MemoryRecalls/ImprovingPIM#PIMBasedExercises
Added lines 1025-1026:
Currently partly implemented as [[MemoryRecalls/ImprovingPIM#PIMBasedExercises]].
Added line 1060:
* Discussion:freenode/randiter.log the 25th of June 2011 at ~10AM
July 17, 2011, at 11:51 PM by Fabien - added links to scripts from code repo. to #LearningNewLanguage
Changed lines 219-220 from:
to:
See [[Repository:?p=.git;a=blob;f=shell_scripts/)logs_own_vocabulary]] and [[Repository:?p=.git;a=blob;f=shell_scripts/)most_used_commands]].
Changed line 222 from:
* basically any langauge based on the mastery of a large vocabulary
to:
* basically any language based on the mastery of a large vocabulary
July 07, 2011, at 12:13 PM by Fabien - updated of wiki-based exercises #WikiBasedExercises
Added lines 1044-1052:

!!!![[#WikiBasedExercises]]Examples of wiki-based exercises
* is word X from page A, B, C or D?
* does page A contains word X, Y or Z?
* is page A linked to page B?
* what is the correct order for pages A, B and C on descending criteria i A>B>C? A>C>B? B>C>A? B>A>C? C>B>A? C>A>B?
** i e.g. size, frequency update, last edition, ...
* which of those page corresponds the updates visualization V, A, B or C?
Score would the be based on accuracy, number of answers and time required. It would be kept over time and tracking which questions one does fail the most at. Batches of questions would initially be of the same number but gradually updated to reflect the most frequently failed question.
Changed line 1106 from:
See [[Cookbook/Overlay]] and [[Tools/Greasemonkey#RevertedPIM]]
to:
See [[Cookbook/Overlay]] and [[Tools/Greasemonkey#RevertedPIMLinks]]
Added line 1106:
See [[Cookbook/Overlay]] and [[Tools/Greasemonkey#RevertedPIM]]
June 29, 2011, at 12:09 PM by Fabien - not applying model per page(!)
Changed lines 689-690 from:
to:
* proposed Pre-reading model and Post-reading model in [[ReadingNotes/Template]] but %red%nearly never applied it%%
** months after added "consider a set of rules" too, same problem
Added line 105:
*** one could also start with the average age of cited paper outside of the field of the citing paper
Added line 104:
*** since knowing if a model has been applied or not, one could start with mention of famous scientific software framework first, e.g. [[Content/Needs#ComputerCyclesHistoryForScientificApplications]]
Added lines 102-103:
** a visualization with arrows of width relative to the importance of diffusion could be useful
*** including [[Fabien/ExtendedLayeredModel#CrossEveryLayers]] e.g. as phylogelony moved from biology to epistemology and back (or directly?) to computer virus studies
Added line 72:
* atom and void, antiquity
June 19, 2011, at 05:35 PM by Fabien - Layer Epistemic Diffusion
Added lines 97-100:
* [[#LayerEpistemicDiffusion]]Layer Epistemic Diffusion
** how the discoveries in one layer or scientific model propagate to others, if the pattern and if so what are its constraints, does it evolve over time or not, ...
** [[PersonalInformationStream/WithoutNotesJune11#ChemistryLayerEpistemicDiffusion]]
*** and before it [[PersonalInformationStream/WithoutNotesJune11#PhysicsLayerEpistemicDiffusion]]
Added lines 550-551:
* probably proportional to the expected impact of CoS
** thus consider (evolutionary) bias that would wrongly shift the focus on a task that is not crucial
June 05, 2011, at 03:09 PM by Fabien - linking #EpistemicElistism with Agnotology
Changed line 502 from:
to:
* see also Seedea:Content/Newconcepts#Agnotology
Added line 77:
** yet rarely hypergraph
Added lines 121-128:
* but also based on minimal potential structure: dated linked piece of information supporting addition and recursion
** wiki with transculsion and pagelist
** [[Fabien/StructuralInformationAsymmetries#Model]]
** calculus? lambda-calculus?
** Georges Chapouthier's motif
** [[PersonalInformationStream/WithoutNotesMay11#TheRecursiveMind]]
** Seedea:Research/PhylogeneticFlowProgramming
** [[Languages/Languages#MakingYourOwn]]
Added lines 72-73:
* linear order in premodern Europe, ~XVIth century
** cf [[Wikipedia:Great chain of being]]
Changed line 75 from:
* turning machine (esp. for recursion)? ?-?
to:
* code/software/turning machine (esp. for recursion)? ?-?
Changed line 75 from:
* ?... ?-?
to:
* turning machine (esp. for recursion)? ?-?
Changed lines 71-72 from:
* structure 1960
to:
* ... before?
* structure ...-
1960
Added line 75:
* ?... ?-?
Added lines 262-266:
!!!Remarks
* interestingly enough some of the "hard limits" of cognition seems to follow the same principle
** recursion limited by the number of deictic pointers that can be used
** task switching limited by the complexity of the context involved (a la paging)
Changed lines 466-470 from:
to:
* make a warning regarding videos that reading the paper or book or trying the software '''prior''' to watching the talk drastically improve the understanding
** in particular for complex structures, e.g. equations, code, visualization, etc that are primitives of the area
*** ideally constructing a hierarchy of such primitives
** also allows to decide of the rhythm and fix possible lacking pieces of knowledge
Changed line 1095 from:
*** as proposed in the [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Content/Newconcepts#ToDo|To Do]] section of the New Concept page
to:
*** as proposed in the [[http://Seedea:Content/Newconcepts#ToDo|To Do]] section of the New Concept page
Changed line 1124 from:
* [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Content/Mypersonalcognitivescaffolding|personal cognitive scaffolding]]
to:
* [[Seedea:Content/Mypersonalcognitivescaffolding|personal cognitive scaffolding]]
Changed line 1128 from:
* [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Seedea/Onlineoutsourcing|Online outsourcing]] at Seedea
to:
* [[Seedea:Seedea/Onlineoutsourcing|Online outsourcing]] at Seedea
Changed line 1130 from:
* looking for repositories of [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Content/Newconcepts#CognitiveCommons|Cognitive Commons]]
to:
* looking for repositories of [[Seedea:Content/Newconcepts#CognitiveCommons|Cognitive Commons]]
June 01, 2011, at 10:52 AM by Fabien - #HistoryOfDominantCognitiveModels += Graphism thesis
Changed line 91 from:
to:
* [[Wikipedia:Graphism thesis]]
May 31, 2011, at 11:33 AM by Fabien - linking thinking about thinking to information divergence (from IIT)
Added lines 1065-1066:
* consider [[Wikipedia:Kullback–Leibler divergence]] (aka information divergence, information gain, relative entropy or KLIC and notated @@||@@) discovered for definition of Φ in [[PersonalInformationStream/WithoutNotesMay11#IITManifesto]]
** could it be consider as a Munz's mapping (a la [[ReadingNotes/PhilosophicalDarwinism]]) of the environment?
May 31, 2011, at 11:28 AM by Fabien - updated of #CausalReadingTree regarding PJS viz
Added lines 888-889:

See progresses in [[Tools/Processing#ProcessingJS]] resulting in a visualization of network of book in [[ReadingNotes/ReadingNotes#Visualization]].
May 26, 2011, at 01:42 PM by Fabien - added I:Site/UbiquitousNet and Tools/Greasemonkey#VirtualBlinders to #GoalFocusAttention
Changed line 333 from:
## cf [[#GoalFocusAttention|Goal, focus, attention]] and [[#BrainHijackers|Brain Hijackers]]
to:
## cf [[#GoalFocusAttention|Goal, focus, attention]] (applying [[Tools/Greasemonkey#VirtualBlinders]] in "introspection" mode) and [[#BrainHijackers|Brain Hijackers]]
Changed lines 526-529 from:
!!!Metaphor
to:
!!!!Remarks
* [[Tools/Greasemonkey#VirtualBlinders]] with its multiple modes, "introspection" being the strictest, and I:Site/UbiquitousNet are two sides of the same coin

!
!!!Metaphor
Changed line 532 from:
* available neuron cycles including thos hijacked by non-personal goals
to:
* available neuron cycles including those hijacked by non-personal goals
Added line 534:
* wasted APM in
Added line 83:
** see also [[PersonalInformationStream/WithoutNotesMay11#JohnHopcroft]] conclusion on the central role of mathematicians
May 26, 2011, at 11:47 AM by Fabien - compression of math lag
Added lines 80-82:
** is that lag diminishing? (a form of compression, see earlier discussion on such a possibility)
** mainly through an intermediary democratizing physical layer i.e. computers?
*** even more now through computers and their parametrized algorithms with their datasets directly available as services on the web?
Changed line 786 from:
** see also morning discussion with Raphael on the banks of the Marnes in Saint-Maur during mid-July 2010
to:
** see also morning [[Person:Raphael#BanksOfTheMarneJuly2010|discussion with Raphael]] on the banks of the Marnes in Saint-Maur during mid-July 2010
May 08, 2011, at 02:45 PM by Fabien - AndreSkupin and the narrative of networks
Added line 86:
* [[PersonalInformationStream/WithoutNotesApril11#AndreSkupin]]
Added lines 1007-1008:
** [[PersonalInformationStream/WithoutNotesJanuary11#ActivelyRecalling|Learning science : Actively recalling information from memory beats elaborate study methods]], ScienceDaily January 2011
*** hence the importance of "table exercise" with '''no''' access to studied material, forcing to retrieve rather than reread
April 17, 2011, at 12:14 PM by Fabien - logs as temporal mirrors
Added lines 225-228:

!!!Remarks
* software logs are activity mirror with a time dimension
** they do not reflect the current or then state of the object manipulated or the user yet they provide very interesting reflective information
Added lines 78-80:
* are they lagging behind the state of the art of mathematical constructs?
** e.g. what is the impact of category theory? topology?
April 10, 2011, at 06:17 PM by Fabien - Topicmarks
Changed lines 989-991 from:
** including based on previously read books [[Seedea:Seedea.SandIdeabox#wikiasalearningtool]]
to:
** including based on previously read books
* [[http://topicmarks.com/info/features|Topicmarks]] upcoming feature "Answer quiz questions about the text"
[[Seedea:Seedea.SandIdeabox#wikiasalearningtool]]
February 04, 2011, at 02:47 AM by Fabien - anti-social.cc
Added lines 333-335:

!!!See also
* [[http://anti-social.cc/|Anti-Social]] Mac/OS X Social Networking Block Software
January 22, 2011, at 04:39 PM by Fabien - added OurPIM:MembersProposals#TopicRevision
Changed lines 970-971 from:
** based on the different wiki pages and
to:
** based on the different wiki pages
*** generated with [[OurPIM:MembersProposals#TopicRevision]]
December 31, 2010, at 02:19 PM by Fabien - risk of HistoryOfDominantCognitiveModels dead-ends
Added lines 75-77:
!!!Remarks
* are there also dead-ends in cognitive models used? i.e. can a discovery not be made just by the model used and the inability to step back into another, an older one? (especially if considering a phylogeny of models in which one would require to backtrack through several branches)
** inspired by the last section of chapter 29 of [[ReadingNotes/TheSocietyOfMind]]
December 26, 2010, at 10:25 PM by Fabien - http://quiz.thefullwiki.org
Added line 986:
* http://quiz.thefullwiki.org
November 30, 2010, at 08:02 AM by Fabien - #HistoryOfDominantCognitiveModels
Added line 2:
* [[#HistoryOfDominantCognitiveModels|History of dominant cognitive models]]
Added lines 62-87:

----

!![[#HistoryOfDominantCognitiveModels]]History of dominant cognitive models

!!!Principle
List by time period the most popular abstract model of that time.

!!!Solution
* structure 1960
* system 1970-1980
* network 1990-2010

!!!See also
* [[Content/Philosophy]]
* [[ReadingNotes/PhilosophicalDarwinism]]
* Le réseau : du concept initial aux technologies de l'esprit contemporaines, Lucien Sfez 2001
* [[http://www.puf.com/wiki/Autres_Collections:Critique_des_r%C3%A9seaux|Critique des réseaux]], Pierre Musso, PUF 2003


!!!Inspiration
* Pierre Musso's answer as "technologies de l'esprit" to a question at about half of [[http://www.franceculture.com/emission-place-de-la-toile-qu-est-ce-qu-une-oeuvre-de-net-art-la-modelisation-des-imaginaires-2010-1|Qu'est-ce qu'une oeuvre de (net)art ? / La modélisation des imaginaires]], France Culture November 2010
* [[Seedea:Research/PhylogeneticFlowProgramming]]

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
November 29, 2010, at 06:55 PM by Fabien - Environnement numérique de lecture
Added line 548:
* [[http://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-00347843/en/|Environnement numérique de lecture : instrumentation de l'activité de lecture savante sur support numérique]] by Erik Gebers, UTC 2008
November 06, 2010, at 10:01 AM by Fabien - updated #EpistemicElitism from the bottom-up viewpoint
Changed lines 430-435 from:
There are glass ceiling from Grandes Ecoles and systems of self-described academic excellence but those are not resulting from groups dynamics favoritizing members of the same group, rather they are self-maintained dynamics in order to maintain a high quality of knowledge. Alma matters from top schools are not necessarly rejecting different groups from their circle but their own desire to acquire, and eventually create, knowledge naturally pushes them to always look for better quality. This form of epistemic arm races ripples down social strata of society rather than the other way around.
to:
There are glass ceiling from Grandes Ecoles and systems of self-described academic excellence but those are not resulting from groups dynamics favoritizing members of the same group, rather they are self-maintained dynamics in order to maintain a high quality of knowledge. Alma matters from top schools are not necessarily rejecting different groups from their circle but their own desire to acquire, and eventually create, knowledge naturally pushes them to always look for better quality. This form of epistemic arm races ripples down social strata of society rather than the other way around.


!!!!Remarks
* there might also be a self-censorship or a self desire not to participate in activities in which you know alumni for schools that socially perpetually been in your milieu considered "better" than you. One rarely wants to be intellectually challenge in public, especially in French culture in which asking questions and even more explanations is often considered degrading.
November 05, 2010, at 11:01 AM by Fabien - moved Dijkstra's quote to #ThinkingIsTechnical
Added lines 394-396:
* [[http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/EWD/video-audio/NoorderlichtVideo.html|Edsger Dijkstra - Denken Als Discipline (Discipline in Thought)]], VPRO Television 2001
** "For myself, the most important thing has been '''the daily discipline of neatly writing down your thoughts and what you do.'''" ~6min50
** streaming on [[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6873628658308030363|Google Video mirror]]
Deleted lines 1056-1058:
* [[http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/EWD/video-audio/NoorderlichtVideo.html|Edsger Dijkstra - Denken Als Discipline (Discipline in Thought)]], VPRO Television 2001
** "For myself, the most important thing has been '''the daily discipline of neatly writing down your thoughts and what you do.'''" ~6min50
** streaming on [[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6873628658308030363|Google Video mirror]]
Added line 76:
** see also [[Tools/Programming]]
October 28, 2010, at 12:16 PM by Fabien - QuantitativeToQualitativeThresholdAndTheImportanceOfAutomation
Added line 2:
* [[#QuantitativeToQualitativeThresholdAndTheImportanceOfAutomation|Quantitative to qualitative threshold and the importance of automation]]
Added lines 61-87:

----

!![[#QuantitativeToQualitativeThresholdAndTheImportanceOfAutomation]]Quantitative to qualitative threshold and the importance of automation

!!!Principle
A threshold level can exist from which the seemingly useless accumulation of mode information or objects as quantitative aspect give rise to a qualitative shift. Automation because it allows the management of massive accumulation can facilitate a faster reach of such a shift.

!!!Solution
# step
# by
# step

!!!Remarks
* the desire to always automate can also be a dangerous bias of software developer who can neglect the cost of the process without first doing few cases, even one, is complex and might not be worth the efforts
* there can also be an upper limit in which once the threshold has been reach and new information is produced or behavior is modified, linear accumulation becomes insignificant, even too costly
** see also [[ReadingNotes/Epistemetrics]] and my personal experience on the local instance of [[Fabien/PBES]]

!!!See also
* broadband government push in South-Korea

!!!Inspiration
* conclusion of [[Slideshows/MyPIM]] at [[Events/LifeHackingParisOctobre2010]] during I stated that pushing for new solutions to scale up are important
* discussion in ##pim on freenode the 27/10/2010
* thoughts on the link between strategy and statistics (cf [[ReadingNotes/HowLifeImitatesChess#Chapter6]] Preparation and [[Content/StrategyLessons]])

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
October 21, 2010, at 11:09 AM by Fabien - Diminished Reality
Added lines 312-313:
* generalized AbBlock Plus
** Diminished Reality by [[http://www.tu-ilmenau.de/fakmn/10083+M54099f70862.0.html|Wolfgang Broll]] at Department of Virtual Worlds / Digital Games, Ilmenau University of Technology
September 18, 2010, at 08:16 AM by Fabien - #WikiBrianMapping link to Human Brain Mapping
Added lines 736-737:
* [[http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1097-0193/issues|Human Brain Mapping]], Wiley
** first issued in 1993
Changed line 126 from:
## code snipet
to:
## code snippet
Changed line 128 from:
## link to the official documention
to:
## link to the official documentation
Changed lines 137-138 from:
to:
* the [[http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/language-thought/|The Language of Thought Hypothesis]] could also suggest that designing your own language (cf [[Languages/Languages#MakingYourOwn]] and [[Seedea:Reseach:PhylogeneticFlowProgramming]]) could still be worth the investment
Added line 145:
September 17, 2010, at 04:06 PM by Fabien - Frequency analysis for #LearningNewLanguage
Changed lines 141-143 from:
* [[http://benfry.com/traces/|The preservation of favoured traces]] by Ben Fry 2009
to:
* [[http://benfry.com/traces/|The preservation of favoured traces]] by Ben Fry 2009
* [[ReadingNotes.TheCodeBook]] and cryptanalysis techniques
** [[Wikipedia:Frequency analysis]]
September 17, 2010, at 03:48 PM by Fabien - The preservation of favoured traces
Added line 141:
* [[http://benfry.com/traces/|The preservation of favoured traces]] by Ben Fry 2009
Deleted lines 69-73:
## focus
### restrict attention on a specific object and a limited network of concepts
### know your needs [[#GoalFocusAttention|Goal, focus, attention]] to remove them from the current task
## history
### track changes over time
Added lines 75-79:
## history
### track changes over time
## focus
### restrict attention on a specific object and a limited network of concepts
### know your needs [[#GoalFocusAttention|Goal, focus, attention]] to remove them from the current task
Deleted line 84:
** focus: use @@/startprogramming@@ in irssi to remove notifications (social aspect) yet lot messages and switch to a dedicated screen window
Added line 86:
** feedback loop: measure the distance between the distribution of the vocabulary used and the distribution from high quality Erlang programmers
Changed line 88 from:
** feedback loop: measure the distance between the distribution of the vocabulary used and the distribution from high quality Erlang programmers
to:
** focus: use @@/startprogramming@@ in irssi to remove notifications (social aspect) yet lot messages and switch to a dedicated screen window
September 17, 2010, at 08:25 AM by Fabien - OptimalLearningClosure example
Added lines 85-88:
** focus: use @@/startprogramming@@ in irssi to remove notifications (social aspect) yet lot messages and switch to a dedicated screen window
** goal: display the goal as the window title
** history: Mercurial tracks changes to code and comments
** feedback loop: measure the distance between the distribution of the vocabulary used and the distribution from high quality Erlang programmers
September 16, 2010, at 04:44 PM by Fabien - closure as "pocket world"
Added lines 100-102:
* discussion on "pocket world" with Paola at the 16/09/2010
September 16, 2010, at 03:27 PM by Fabien - details on closure vs environment
Changed lines 63-64 from:
!![[#Optimal Learning Closure]]Optimal Learning Closure
to:
!![[#OptimalLearningClosure]]Optimal Learning Closure
Added lines 88-94:

!!!Remarks
* closure is preferred to environment in the sense that
** a closure can be created
** a closure can embed another closure
** relations are viewed in a hierarchical perspective, not as a network
*** this could be an over-simplification yet provide a useful model
September 16, 2010, at 03:10 PM by Fabien - created #LearningNewLanguage then #OptimalLearningClosure
Added lines 2-3:
* [[#OptimalLearningClosure|Optimal Learning Closure]]
* [[#LearningNewLanguage|Learning New Language]]
Added lines 60-131:

----

!![[#Optimal Learning Closure]]Optimal Learning Closure

!!!Principle
Define the ideal state to learn.

!!!Solution
# extract key features
## focus
### restrict attention on a specific object and a limited network of concepts
### know your needs [[#GoalFocusAttention|Goal, focus, attention]] to remove them from the current task
## history
### track changes over time
## goal
### remember that the goal of the current task
### fixed by a parent closure
## feedback loop
### results of relevant measurements
# emulate those feature to build a dedicated environment
# note the results and improve

!!!Examples
* learn Erlang directly in a code-repository
* learn XXth century epistemology in a book
* learn reading in school
* learn a research domain in a laboratory

!!!See also
* [[#LearningNewDomain|Learning New Domain]]
* [[Seedea:Research/PhylogeneticFlowProgramming]]
* [[ReadingNotes/TurtlesTermitesAndTrafficJams]] and [[Wikipedia:Constructionism (learning theory)]]
!!!Inspiration
* working on vocabulary building during computer language discovery ([[#LearningNewLanguage|Learning New Language]]) and defining closure as a key terms in Innovativ.IT documentation (back from [[Events/DataPublica]])

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''

----

!![[#LearningNewLanguage]]Learning New Language

!!!Principle
Every morning get a list of the new functions in your code repository to briefly review them to actively refresh your memory.

!!!Solution
# define a pattern for keywords
## e.g W+( like "sort("
# parse the initial revision of the repository for all keywords
## filter out very basic functions
# periodically extract keywords since the previously parsed revision
# display the list of new keywords
## code snipet
## link to internal notes
## link to the official documention
### with examples

!!!Remarks
* basically any langauge based on the mastery of a large vocabulary
** Bash or shell history
* if one just cram them up on a daily basis, he might recall 20% of those functions
** if he can review them and in a context in which he was involved
*** he should remember not simply names but also how they relate to each other chronologically and contextually

!!!See also
* discussions with teacher friends
* [[Languages]]

!!!Inspiration
* discovering [[Tools/Mercurial]] and accumulating more and more command names

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
September 15, 2010, at 05:38 PM by Fabien - linked #GoalFocusAttention to Tools/Irssi#ActivitiesAliases
Added line 347:
* using [[Tools/Irssi#ActivitiesAliases]]
Changed line 550 from:
## [[Wiki.WikiBrainMapping]]
to:
## [[(Content.)WikiBrainMapping]]
Changed line 550 from:
## [[(Content.)WikiBrainMapping]]
to:
## [[Wiki.WikiBrainMapping]]
August 29, 2010, at 11:41 AM by Fabien - updated on #BrainHijackers
Added lines 215-218:
** it can also be expressed as the absolute difference with your estimated baseline on that topic
* social
** hierarchical superior
** potential mate
August 26, 2010, at 09:22 PM by Fabien - #WikiBrainMapping += Neural pathway
Added lines 579-580:
# assimilate visit paths (through trails or httpd logs) to [[Wikipedia:Neural pathway]]s
## example of [[Wikipedia:Arcuate fasciculus]] as described during [[WatchingNotes/WatchingNotes#AGISummerSchool2009]] lecture 12 by Allan Combs
August 26, 2010, at 09:19 PM by Fabien - #YearlyOverview += PersonalInformationStream/LinkOfTheMonth
Added lines 436-438:

!!!!See also
* [[PersonalInformationStream.LinkOfTheMonth]]
August 24, 2010, at 08:39 PM by Fabien - #Concept template
Added lines 36-57:
>>comment<<
----

!![[#Concept]]Concept

!!!Principle
Short description.

!!!Solution
# step
# by
# step

!!!See also
* Related internal pages
* Related external pages

!!!Inspiration
* Idea given by X with those contextual information

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
>><<
August 24, 2010, at 08:38 PM by Fabien - #CognitiveMirror
Added line 2:
* [[#CognitiveMirror|Cognitive Mirror]]
Added lines 35-56:


----

!![[#CognitiveMirror]]Cognitive Mirror

!!!Principle
Be able to leverage your own generated content for self study.

!!!Solution
# generate data
# input those data in what you consider the most adapted AGI
# dialog with the result

!!!See also
* [[ReadingNotes/BeingNoOne]] and its self-model theory

!!!Inspiration
* Listening Introduction to Probabilistic Logic Networks from [[WatchingNotes/WatchingNotes#AGISummerSchool2009|AGI Summer School 2009]] while thinking about applying RelEx to my own wiki then looking at the mirror in the kitchen in Langrolay.

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
August 17, 2010, at 01:48 PM by Fabien - Information Geometry on Hierarchy of Probability Distributions by Shun-ichi Amari, 2001
Added line 817:
* [[http://people.csail.mit.edu/jrennie/trg/papers/amari-ig-hierarchy-01.pdf|Information Geometry on Hierarchy of Probability Distributions]] by Shun-ichi Amari, 2001
August 03, 2010, at 10:02 PM by Fabien - CommunityCommands for AutoCAD
Added lines 96-98:
* [[http://labs.autodesk.com/utilities/acad_community_commands/|CommunityCommands for AutoCAD]], Autodesk Labs Utilities
** receive command recommendations from the user community
** discovered the 3rd of August 2010, just a month after writing down this proposal
Added lines 553-554:
* could corticogenesis by usage at the human and phylogeny provide a model to simplify learning brain areas and their position?
** see also morning discussion with Raphael on the banks of the Marnes in Saint-Maur during mid-July 2010
July 25, 2010, at 04:24 PM by Fabien - added MyAphorisms#sculptor to #DedicatedCreativityTime
Added lines 131-132:
* step away from the block to consider it better only thinking about it, not seing or touching it as maybe the sculptor most important work is done at the cafe or looking at the sea and only then materialize through his movements later on
** [[Content/MyAphorisms#sculptor]]
Added lines 355-357:
* similar with fractal image compression technique
** MPEG/JPEG/...
** increasing precision
Added lines 356-357:
!!!!See also
* [[Wikipedia:Reading &#40;process&#41;]]
July 17, 2010, at 10:08 PM by Fabien - log2timeline
Added lines 95-96:
* [[http://log2timeline.net/#input|log2timeline]] inputs including Firefox 3 history
Added line 58:
** discovered few days after writting this proposal
July 17, 2010, at 01:21 PM by Fabien - Sebastian Seung
Added lines 57-58:
* chain metaphor at [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeK2rBq7elM#t=14m33s|14m33s]] in Connectomics by Sebastian Seung, Living Systems DC Salon 2010
Added line 56:
* discussion seedeabitlbee/Paola 16/07/2010 from 20:03 to 20:38
Changed lines 49-52 from:
to:
# extend
## [[#CognitiveStack|Cognitive Stack]] leveraging [[Tools/Programming#EntireStack]] for [[#ExocognitionAsNetworkTraversal|Exocognition As Network Traversal]]
### modelize as 1 single call trace
Deleted line 53:
* [[Tools/Programming#EntireStack]]
Changed line 52 from:
* [[Fabien/MyBeliefs
to:
* [[Fabien/MyBeliefs]]
July 15, 2010, at 10:47 AM by Fabien - #CognitiveStack
Added line 2:
* [[#CognitiveStack|Cognitive Stack]]
Added lines 34-61:

----

!![[#CognitiveStack]]Cognitive Stack

!!!Principle
Use the stack model common in computer science and networking to human cognition.

!!!Solution
# describe a though
## cut in steps
## generalize
## test
# back to 1
## refine

!!!See also
* [[Tools/Programming#EntireStack]]
* [[Fabien/MyBeliefs
* [[Cognition/]]

!!!Inspiration
* discussion on why intuition is totally weak
** you can't backtrack your thinking process thus can't debug it thus can't learn
* discussion with Paola who were able during a conversation to backtrack to the previous topic and restart it

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
July 12, 2010, at 11:29 AM by Fabien - Jeff Hawkins
Added lines 537-538:
* [[Wikipedia:Memory-prediction framework]] by Jeff Hawkins, 2004
** [[Wikipedia:On Intelligence]]: How a New Understanding of the Brain will Lead to the Creation of Truly Intelligent Machines
July 12, 2010, at 10:03 AM by Fabien - added freenode/##pim to #WikiBrainMapping
Changed line 438 from:
# better understanding of the "state of the art" brain mechanisms (chronological lastly integrated brain areas) not through memorization but through usage (or simulated exploration)
to:
# better understanding of the "state of the art" brain mechanisms (chronological lastly integrated brain areas, cf [[Wikipedia:Developmental cognitive neuroscience]]) not through memorization but through usage (or simulated exploration)
Added lines 502-508:

!!!!Remarks
* the beauty of information stored on flexible system, it can have multidimensional categorization
** I can tag an information by physical context of the event, physical position of the information itself, chrnological position, relative positive to other events, etc... they don't have to be mutually exclusive.
*** Consequently, based on the task at hand I can use any of those dimension of even combination of dimension to access that piece of information.
*** even if I don't personally recall a piece of information by its physical position in my brain, I still think in the long run, with brain imaging progresses and because it's non-exclusive tagging, it will be useful.
Cf discussion with Klevre "Well I'd like something that organizes it the same way my brain does." and nicktick the 12/07/2010 at 09:39 on freenode/##pim
July 05, 2010, at 09:37 PM by Fabien - kanzure's human_brain.yaml
Added line 453:
### http://github.com/kanzure/brain/blob/master/human_brain.yaml
Changed line 831 from:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
to:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Added lines 55-56:

Command-line clients are always a good solution when they can handle paremeters as the shell environment will record the history even when the tools do not.
Added lines 58-60:

!!!Inspired by
[[Events/DrumbeatParis#VisitedLinks]] based on the browsing history in Firefox.
July 02, 2010, at 05:17 PM by Fabien - #AnalysisOfTheUsageHistoriesOfTools
Added line 2:
* [[#AnalysisOfTheUsageHistoriesOfTools|Analysis of the usage histories of tools]]
Changed lines 36-38 from:
!![[#DedicatedCreativityTime]]Dedicated Creativity Time
to:
!![[#AnalysisOfTheUsageHistoriesOfTools]]Analysis of the usage histories of tools
Changed lines 39-40 from:
Creativity.
to:
keep track on history of nearly every tool I use in order to be able to comment on new commands and avoid forgetting and parsing the docs again.

rote learning doesn't work that's why using history is important, it requires that you "do" the stuff, that you use it
it's not about reading the doc it's about using the tool (being a language or whatever) in a meaningful way for you
Added lines 46-71:
# list history files from [[Tools/]] I use
## example of [[Tools/Irssi]], [[Tools/Vi]], [[Tools/Vimperator]], [[Tools/Shell]], ...
# result is outputed on a wiki with RSS feeds for recalls every few days (exp curve) [[Wiki/MemoryRecipe]]
# perform analysis on keyword usage in a revert way and point to the doc page of the "popular" keyword that Im '''not''' using
## example if Im never using GROUP BY while everybody does, it would send me a link to

!!!Remarks
the problem is that if it's not automated, it's too slow and clumsy, I can't do it manually else it will break my thinking process
like if I work on sth, I work on sth but once it's done, I dont want to have to lose the problems and solutions I had

!!!See also
* [[Tools/Shell|shell sink]]


%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''


----


!![[#DedicatedCreativityTime]]Dedicated Creativity Time

!!!Principle
Creativity.

!!!Solution
Deleted line 90:
Changed line 87 from:
# noise (too abstract)
to:
# noise (that one is unable to model, associate to a signal with a meaning)
June 26, 2010, at 11:33 AM by Fabien - brainmap.org
Added line 494:
* [[http://brainmap.org/|brainmap.org]] online database of published functional neuroimaging (fMRI and PET) experiments with coordinate-based (x,y,z) activation locations in Talairach space.
June 26, 2010, at 11:23 AM by Fabien - Key structures of attention
Added lines 229-233:
!!!!Key structures
* [[Wikipedia:Default network]] network of brain regions that are active when the individual is not focused on the outside world and the brain is at wakeful rest.
* [[Wikipedia:Dorsal attention network]] (DAN) involved in voluntary (top-down) orienting and shows activity increases after presentation of cues indicating where, when, or to what subjects should direct their attention.
* [[Wikipedia:Ventral attention network]] (VAN) involved mostly, if not entirely, in involuntary actions.
Added lines 235-237:
* [[Scholarpedia:Attention]] curated by Lawrence M. Ward
* [[http://www.gocognitive.net/video/marlene-behrmann-spatial-vs-object-based-attention|Marlene Behrmann on Spatial vs. Object Based Attention]], Go Cognitive 2010
* [[http://www.gocognitive.net/video/michael-posner-anatomy-attentional-networks|Michael Posner on the Anatomy of attentional networks]], Go Cognitive 2010
Changed lines 245-246 from:
* [[http://www.gocognitive.net/video/marlene-behrmann-spatial-vs-object-based-attention|Marlene Behrmann on Spatial vs. Object Based Attention]], Go Cognitive 2010
* [[http://www.gocognitive.net/video/michael-posner-anatomy-attentional-networks|Michael Posner on the Anatomy of attentional networks]], Go Cognitive 2010
to:
June 26, 2010, at 10:37 AM by Fabien - CoCognitive in attention
Added lines 237-238:
* [[http://www.gocognitive.net/video/marlene-behrmann-spatial-vs-object-based-attention|Marlene Behrmann on Spatial vs. Object Based Attention]], Go Cognitive 2010
* [[http://www.gocognitive.net/video/michael-posner-anatomy-attentional-networks|Michael Posner on the Anatomy of attentional networks]], Go Cognitive 2010
Changed line 101 from:
* [[http://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/41709|Mediating disruption in human-computer interaction from implicit metrics of attention]] by Ernesto Arroyo Acosta, MIT
to:
* [[http://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/41709|Mediating disruption in human-computer interaction from implicit metrics of attention]] by Ernesto Arroyo Acosta, MIT 2007
June 25, 2010, at 10:47 PM by Fabien - Mediating disruption in human-computer interaction from implicit metrics of attention
Added lines 101-102:
* [[http://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/41709|Mediating disruption in human-computer interaction from implicit metrics of attention]] by Ernesto Arroyo Acosta, MIT
** [[http://web.media.mit.edu/~selker/|Ted Selker]] as advisor, discovered during [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7zb0EjzFPY|Context Aware Computing: Understanding Human Intention]] by Ted Selker, Stanford University 2007
June 25, 2010, at 12:31 PM by Fabien - Building a Circuit-Diagram for the Brain
Added lines 481-483:
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kRrarRR2kk|Building a Circuit-Diagram for the Brain]] by Jennifer Raymond, Stanford University 2009
** [[http://raymondlab.stanford.edu/|Jennifer Raymond Lab home page]] mechanisms of motor learning in a simple cerebellar task.
June 21, 2010, at 05:35 PM by Fabien - linked #BrainHijackers to Content/Reward
Added line 96:
* [[Content/Reward]]
Changed lines 39-40 from:
How can one put
to:
Creativity.
Deleted line 47:
## '''do not buy or awaits''' for "that next tool [you] really need to progress", just make it with whatever you have around
Changed lines 49-50 from:
## note that this might be the most important component with 3.1
### cf [[#GoalFocusAttention]] and
[[#BrainHijackers]]
to:
## cf [[#GoalFocusAttention|Goal, focus, attention]] and [[#BrainHijackers|Brain Hijackers]]
# '''do not buy or awaits''' for "that next tool
[you] really need to progress", just make it with whatever you have around
June 20, 2010, at 04:59 PM by Fabien - #DedicatedCreativityTime
Added line 2:
* [[#DedicatedCreativityTime|Dedicated Creativity Time]]
Added lines 32-62:

----


!![[#DedicatedCreativityTime]]Dedicated Creativity Time

!!!Principle
How can one put

!!!Solution
# meet plenty of different people who do not know each other
## be open-minded
## within and outside of your field
# study very '''hard'''
## keep notes
# gather paper, pens, computers and plenty of empty space
## '''do not buy or awaits''' for "that next tool [you] really need to progress", just make it with whatever you have around
# '''cut information connections''' (yes, Internet and mobile included)
## note that this might be the most important component with 3.1
### cf [[#GoalFocusAttention]] and [[#BrainHijackers]]
# welcome impromptu events
## stay '''playful''' and keep on smiling
# keep more notes of the results but also of the process
# do sports or walks, don't stay enclosed in a tiny space for too long
# try new things not only on what you work on but on anything, even including daily chores

!!!Overall remarks
* this is '''one''' way that does work for me, it is by no mean the universal and sole way. Rather, everybody should have his or her own tailored to the way he or she enjoys it.

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Changed line 48 from:
### mess
to:
### mass
Added line 50:
#### World cup, Olympic Games, ...
June 16, 2010, at 11:28 AM by Fabien - linking BrainHijackers to Meditation
Deleted lines 62-63:
Changed line 67 from:
to:
* [[Content/Meditation]] for trained brain discipline
Added lines 57-63:

!!!!Notes and remarks
* impact amplitude, it can be both positive and negative
** if somebody makes a huge threat, people will listen
** if somebody makes a propose a huge opportunity, people will listen
Changed line 11 from:
* [[#YearlyOverview|YearlyOverview]]
to:
* [[#YearlyOverview|Yearly Overview]]
June 15, 2010, at 09:32 PM by Fabien - internal links in #BrainHijackers
Changed line 39 from:
# physiological needs
to:
# physiological needs (cf [[Content/Health]])
Changed line 42 from:
## exogenous
to:
## exogenous (cf [[Cookbook/Chemistry]])
Changed line 44 from:
# social
to:
# social (cf [[Person/]])
Added lines 57-61:

!!!!See also
* [[#GoalFocusAttention|Goal, focus, attention]]
** ref to Attention Economy by by Michael Goldhaber
*** [[Wikipedia:Attention economy]]
June 15, 2010, at 09:27 PM by Fabien - #BrainHijackers
Added line 2:
* [[#BrainHijackers|Brain Hijackers]]
Added lines 34-62:

!!![[#BrainHijackers]]Brain Hijackers

!!!!Listing by estimated impact on survival
Depending on the situation one is in.
# physiological needs
## endogenous
### sleep, food, pain, ...
## exogenous
### psychotrops, nootropics, ... (natural or synthetic)
# social
## entrance of out-group member
## entrance of in-group member
## events
### mess
### sport
## speech
### known language
### unknown language
# advertisement
# entertainment
# noise (too abstract)
## for each sense


%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''

June 15, 2010, at 09:09 PM by Fabien - added Metaphor to #GoalFocusAttention
Added lines 147-152:

!!!Metaphor
* available CPU cycles including those hijacked by worms
** cf [[Seedea:Utopiahanalysis/Botnets]]
* available neuron cycles including thos hijacked by non-personal goals
** cf [[#BrainHijackers]]
Added line 88:
** link to http://aft.benetou.fr/Pratiques/AmeliorationsCognitives and DIY (of actually find it yourself) nootropics
June 14, 2010, at 11:03 AM by Fabien - linking Cookbook/ObjectsExoBrain#HardwareConfiguration to #WikiBrainMapping
Changed lines 225-226 from:
hopefuly getting an entirely formalized wiki with the ability to optimize each page
to:
hopefully getting an entirely formalized wiki with the ability to optimize each page
Changed lines 375-376 from:
to:
Study not the content but solely the organization of information and of processing components used in [[Cookbook/ObjectsExoBrain#HardwareConfiguration]] then compare to existing brain structures not through their expected usage but again, through their structural organization.
Changed line 378 from:
* my notes on [[ReadingNotes.ReadingNotes#TheWisdomParadox|The Wisdom Paradox]] by Elkhonon Golberg
to:
* my notes on [[ReadingNotes/The Wisdom Paradox]] by Elkhonon Golberg
June 13, 2010, at 10:46 PM by Fabien - Whole Brain Project
Added line 390:
** [[http://www.wholebrainproject.org/|Whole Brain Project]]
June 12, 2010, at 04:15 PM by Fabien - Lumosity
Added lines 577-578:
!!!!See also
* [[http://www.lumosity.com/|Lumosity]] Brain Games & Brain Training by Lumos Labs
June 12, 2010, at 04:06 PM by Fabien - Probabilistic Lambda-calculus
Added lines 623-624:
* [[Events/HplusSummitHarvard#NoahGoodman]] on Probabilistic Lambda-calculus
** http://projects.csail.mit.edu/church/wiki/Probabilistic_Models_of_Cognition_Tutorial
June 07, 2010, at 11:18 AM by Fabien - bias on exocognition and tools
Added lines 43-49:

!!!!Remarks
* note this process could lead to dangerous bias
** the tool used is the best one for the task
** the actor can confuse
*** the tool potential with his ability to use it
*** the tool resistance with his own
June 07, 2010, at 10:10 AM by Fabien - linking #WikiBrainMapping to Concepttreefmri
Changed line 308 from:
# motivate an efficient and more systematic delegatation of such mechanisms (as software)
to:
# motivate an efficient and more systematic delegation of such mechanisms (as software)
Added lines 313-315:
# leverage [[Seedea:Content/Concepttreefmri|Concept Tree fMRI]] project to display content probabilisticaly relevant to the task at hand
## display content associated with detected activated brain area
June 03, 2010, at 11:31 AM by Fabien - Peripheral nervous system
Added line 46:
* [[Wikipedia:Peripheral nervous system]] (PNS) = nerves and ganglia outside of the brain and the spinal cord.
Changed line 361 from:
Consider also non great apres brain model structures, in particular birds (crow), cephalopodes, dolphins and elephants.
to:
Consider also non great apes brain model structures, in particular birds in particular crow and ravens, cephalopodes, dolphins and elephants.
June 03, 2010, at 11:16 AM by Fabien - NeuroImage
Added lines 386-387:
* [[http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/622925/description|NeuroImage - A Journal of Brain Function]]
** vehicle for communicating important advances, using imaging and modelling techniques to study structure-function relationships in the brain.
Added lines 292-294:
Note that social and physical pain seems be using similar structure in the brain.
* [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15110038|The neural correlates of placebo effects: a disruption account]] Neuroimage 2004
Added lines 361-363:
Consider also non great apres brain model structures, in particular birds (crow), cephalopodes, dolphins and elephants.
* distinguish patterns
** eventually propose an hybrid model
June 03, 2010, at 09:44 AM by Fabien - Lutin
Added line 68:
* CNRS [[http://www.lutin-userlab.fr/recherche/|Recherche Fondamentale]] at Laboratoire des Usages en Technologies d'Information Numérique (Lutin) Userlab
June 03, 2010, at 09:35 AM by Fabien - BnF - Le labo
Added line 67:
* [[http://labo.bnf.fr/|BnF - Le labo]] lieu expérimental dédié aux nouvelles technologies de lecture et d'écriture
Changed lines 148-149 from:
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jHzbmYx-aY|Paying Attention to Interruption: A Human-Centered Approach]] by Brian Bailey, Stanford University Human-Computer
Interaction Seminar (CS 547) 2007
to:
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jHzbmYx-aY|Paying Attention to Interruption: A Human-Centered Approach]] by Brian Bailey, Stanford University Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (CS 547) 2007
June 01, 2010, at 12:48 AM by Fabien - Digital Nation, PBS 2009
Added lines 151-153:
* “We have not yet found something that [multitaskers] are definitely better at than people who don't multitask.”
** [[http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/digitalnation/interviews/nass.html|Clifford Nass interview]], FRONTLINE: Digital Nation, PBS 2009
* [[http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/digitalnation/blog/2009/12/multitasking-at-mit.html|Multitasking at M.I.T.]], FRONTLINE: Digital Nation, PBS 2009
Added line 246:
>>frame<<
Changed lines 248-249 from:
to:
>><<
Changed lines 408-409 from:
* moved to [[Person/]]
to:
Moved to [[Person/]]

>>frame<<
Added line 412:
>><<
May 30, 2010, at 01:27 PM by Fabien - added principles to moved items
Changed lines 40-41 from:
Before using a tool one thus have to have a model of the himself and of the tool. Simulate how it could interact with it then finally simulate how it could leverage it for its own usage. It is thus one single pathway accross a much large space of interactions. Consequently one can imagine this usage as the combination of two networks forming this single pathways. The actor is thus a physcal network possesing a low resolution of the second network.
to:
Before using a tool one thus have to have a model of the himself and of the tool. Simulate how it could interact with it then finally simulate how it could leverage it for its own usage. It is thus one single pathway across a much large space of interactions. Consequently one can imagine this usage as the combination of two networks forming this single pathways. The actor is thus a physical network possessing a low resolution of the second network.

Note that however efficiency the tools used can be, they are only useful in the process that leads to a [[#GoalFocusAttention|Goal]]
.
Changed lines 144-145 from:
to:
* [[http://xml.gov/stratml/|Strategy Markup Language (StratML)]] XML vocabulary and schema for strategic plans.
Added lines 246-247:
(:include Cognition.PriorityByEconomicalSystem#start_principle#end_principle:)
Changed lines 406-408 from:
* moved to [[Person.Person]]
to:
* moved to [[Person/]]

(:include Person.Person#start_principle#end_principle:)
May 30, 2010, at 09:56 AM by Fabien - #WikiBrain += BrainInfo + physiology improvement
Changed lines 294-295 from:
# hopefuly connect [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] and [[#OptimizableModelPerPage|Optimizable Model Per Page]] whenever possible to improve the physical habits associated to the purely thereotical models associated to it or sub-part of the process
to:
# connect [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] and [[#OptimizableModelPerPage|Optimizable Model Per Page]] whenever possible to improve the physical habits associated to the purely thereotical models associated to it or sub-part of the process
# directly connect healthy physical behavior and improved cognitive results
## reticular activating system (RAS) and posture (cf [[Content/Health]] with PostureMinder)
## nutrition in particular water, caffeine, fatty acids (cf [[Content/Health#Nutrition]])
Added line 368:
* [[http://braininfo.rprc.washington.edu/|BrainInfo]] using NeuroNames Ontology, University of Washington
Added line 294:
# hopefuly connect [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] and [[#OptimizableModelPerPage|Optimizable Model Per Page]] whenever possible to improve the physical habits associated to the purely thereotical models associated to it or sub-part of the process
May 29, 2010, at 11:27 PM by Fabien - inspiration for #ExocognitionAsNetworkTraversal
Added lines 44-47:

!!!!Inspired by
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgCDVWz1lS4|The Neural Circuitry of Perception & Genetic and Hormonal Influences on Cognition]] by Michael Goard and Emily Jacobs, GoogleTechTalks May 2010
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z47Gv2cdFtA|Fairchild Briefing on Integrated Circuits]] 1967
May 29, 2010, at 11:24 PM by Fabien - #ExocognitionAsNetworkTraversal
Added line 2:
* [[#ExocognitionAsNetworkTraversal|Exocognition as network traversal]]
Added lines 33-46:

!!![[#ExocognitionAsNetworkTraversal]]Exocognition as network traversal

Actor possessing a low resolution model of the tool using it as an interface (cf [[#OptimizableModelPerPage|Optimizable Model Per Page]], Seedea:Seedea/Services , ...) to the tool (cf [[Person/]] "distributed/social cognition API", ... ) itself.

Physically when the tool is used it is a continous wiring through the neural network to the usage. It's clearly visible when the tool is modelled as such like a CPU or the Internet (cf Seedea:Utopiahanalysis/UniNetVerseVisu). When the tool is not usually described as a network one can still imagine it as through it's structucal model, as the atomic level.

Before using a tool one thus have to have a model of the himself and of the tool. Simulate how it could interact with it then finally simulate how it could leverage it for its own usage. It is thus one single pathway accross a much large space of interactions. Consequently one can imagine this usage as the combination of two networks forming this single pathways. The actor is thus a physcal network possesing a low resolution of the second network.

!!!!See also
* extended cognition, cf HEC in [[ReadingNotes/Supersizing|Supersizing the Mind]] by Andy Clark.

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
May 29, 2010, at 09:37 PM by Fabien - Volume of Interest (VOI) Drawing with BrainMaker
Added line 344:
* [[http://brainimaging.waisman.wisc.edu/~oakes/spam/spam_BrainMaker.htm|Volume of Interest (VOI) Drawing with BrainMaker]] by Terry Oakes
Added line 45:
* [[Seedea:Xye/WhyWikis]]
Added lines 37-38:

Even through social means (cf [[http://www.canalacademie.com/ida5808-Les-transmissions-des-savoirs-et.html|egyptian scribs]], ...).
Added lines 39-41:
* [[http://www.ourp.im/PIM/Review-Utopiah|An evolution of problems and their solutions]], OurP.IM
** mostly the outline
* [[Wiki/Wiki|Evolution of my noteboosk]]
May 25, 2010, at 08:35 PM by Fabien - #ThinkingIsTechnical
Added line 2:
* [[#ThinkingIsTechnical|Thinking Is Technical]]
Added lines 32-44:

!!![[#ThinkingIsTechnical]]Thinking Is Technical
Thinking is idealized while, like computing, it is a very physical process. Not a simple one but still physical and thus that can be improve through processes technical too.

Example of the pen and paper, calculator, agenda, etc.

!!!!See also
* [[Wiki/Wiki#EvolutionOfMyWorkSpaces]]

!!!!To do
# add notes from my notebooks

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Changed line 35 from:
* see Path:pub/conversations/learning_new_field_example_plants.txt
to:
* see Path:/pub/conversations/learning_new_field_example_plants.txt
Added line 39:
* [[Content/Education]]
May 13, 2010, at 05:10 PM by Fabien - #LearningNewDomain
Added line 2:
* [[#LearningNewDomain|Learning a New Domain]]
Added lines 31-45:

!!![[#LearningNewDomain]]Learning a New Domain

!!!!Solution
* see Path:pub/conversations/learning_new_field_example_plants.txt
** generalize it

!!!!See also
* machine learning technique
** MLOSS
** Google conf.
* [[ReadingNotes/IntelligentBio]]

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Changed line 91 from:
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=wQmwEjL6K1UThe Design of Future Things]] by Don Norman, the Stanford University Human Computer Interaction Seminar (CS 547) 2007
to:
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=wQmwEjL6K1U|The Design of Future Things]] by Don Norman, the Stanford University Human Computer Interaction Seminar (CS 547) 2007
April 21, 2010, at 02:38 PM by Fabien - Michael Goldhaber
Changed lines 88-90 from:
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jHzbmYx-aY|Paying Attention to Interruption: A Human-Centered Approach]] by Brian Bailey, Stanford University Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (CS 547) 2007
to:
* [[http://www.goldhaber.org/|Attention Economy]] as I first discovered it by Michael Goldhaber
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jHzbmYx-aY|Paying Attention to Interruption: A Human-Centered Approach]] by Brian Bailey, Stanford University Human-Computer

Interaction Seminar (CS 547) 2007
April 21, 2010, at 02:36 PM by Fabien - Stanford lecture on attention
Added lines 87-93:
!!!!References
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jHzbmYx-aY|Paying Attention to Interruption: A Human-Centered Approach]] by Brian Bailey, Stanford University Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (CS 547) 2007
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=wQmwEjL6K1UThe Design of Future Things]] by Don Norman, the Stanford University Human Computer Interaction Seminar (CS 547) 2007

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Deleted line 121:
April 20, 2010, at 09:55 PM by Fabien - No gain from brain training
Added lines 472-476:


!!!!References
* [[http://www.nature.com/news/2010/100420/full/4641111a.html|No gain from brain training : Computerized mental workouts don't boost mental skills, study claims]], Nature News April 2010
** Putting brain training to the test by Owen, A. M. et al. Nature advance online publication doi:10.1038/nature09042 (20 April 2010)
Changed line 37 from:
* Being a guest at an conference at ENS
to:
* Being a guest at an informal conference at ENS
April 20, 2010, at 09:32 AM by Fabien - #EpistemicElitism
Added line 2:
* [[#EpistemicElitism|Epistemic elitism and consequences on group dynamics]]
Added lines 30-40:

!!![[#EpistemicElitism]]Epistemic elitism and consequences on group dynamics

!!!!Hypothesis
There are glass ceiling from Grandes Ecoles and systems of self-described academic excellence but those are not resulting from groups dynamics favoritizing members of the same group, rather they are self-maintained dynamics in order to maintain a high quality of knowledge. Alma matters from top schools are not necessarly rejecting different groups from their circle but their own desire to acquire, and eventually create, knowledge naturally pushes them to always look for better quality. This form of epistemic arm races ripples down social strata of society rather than the other way around.

!!!!Inspired by
* Being a guest at an conference at ENS

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Changed lines 34-35 from:
*** an information currently lacking will naturally appear without having any action to undertake
*** better alternative will be available
to:
*** key information currently lacking will naturally appear without having any action to undertake
*** better alternative with lower uncertainty will become available
Changed line 41 from:
* solution is to step back and reconsider your goals
to:
* solution could be to step back and reconsider how that decision impacts your overarching goals
Changed lines 39-43 from:
* this could be reinforced by cultural bias including the mythology of the pure free market with access to perfect information
to:
* this could be reinforced by cultural bias
** mythology of the pure free market with access to perfect information
* solution is to step back and reconsider your goals
** cf [[#GoalFocusAttention|Goal, focus, attention]]
Changed line 43 from:
* [{Wikipedia:Procrastination]]
to:
* [[Wikipedia:Procrastination]]
Changed line 48 from:
* [[Priority By Economical System]]
to:
* [[Cognition/Priority By Economical System]]
Added line 2:
* [[#Postponing|Postponing and procrastinating]]
Deleted line 3:
* [[#Postponing|Postponing and procrastinating]]
April 18, 2010, at 12:54 PM by Fabien - corrected #Postponing
Changed line 3 from:
to:
* [[#Postponing|Postponing and procrastinating]]
Changed line 30 from:
!!![[#Postoning]]Postponing and procrastinating
to:
!!![[#Postponing]]Postponing and procrastinating
April 18, 2010, at 12:54 PM by Fabien - #Postoning
Added line 3:
Added lines 29-52:

!!![[#Postoning]]Postponing and procrastinating
Postponing, a decision or an action, means that the uncertainty is too high and the default choice or current situation is ok
* it automatically implies that
** you expect the uncertainty to decrease over time
*** an information currently lacking will naturally appear without having any action to undertake
*** better alternative will be available
** the default choice or current situation will not have an impact too negative

!!!!Remarks
* this could be reinforced by cultural bias including the mythology of the pure free market with access to perfect information

!!!!See also
* [[Wikipedia:Risk]]
* [{Wikipedia:Procrastination]]
* [[http://www.college-de-france.fr/default/EN/all/phy_per/index.htm|Physiologie de la perception et de l'action]] by Alain Berthoz, College de France
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=LTp6zPNSF-g|Demain, demain]], Les Fabulous Trobadors

!!!!Inspired by
* [[Priority By Economical System]]

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
April 18, 2010, at 11:47 AM by Fabien - moved goals to dedicated page
Changed lines 36-46 from:
[[#GoalStart]]
# [[Cookbook/Cognition?action=edit|lists goal]]
** [[Cognition.PriorityByEconomicalSystem#ToDo]]
** [[Seedea:Seedea/Todo]]
** [[Wiki.ToDo]]
** [[http://fabien.benetou.fr/Main/HomePage?action=search&q=ToDo+order=time+fmt=%23simple|pages with "ToDo"]]
# [[Cookbook/Cognition?action=edit|organize per independent groups]]
# [[Cookbook/Cognition?action=edit|associate costs per goal]]
[[#GoalEnd]]

%right%List directly incorporated to [[Cognition/PriorityByEconomicalSystem#Demo]]%%
to:
* implementation at [[Fabien/PBES]]
April 18, 2010, at 10:07 AM by Fabien - The Streetwalker's Dilemma: A Job Shop Model
Added line 482:
* [[http://www.jstor.org/pss/2099954|The Streetwalker's Dilemma: A Job Shop Model]]by Steven A. Lippman and Sheldon M. Ross, SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, Vol. 20, No. 3 (May, 1971), pp. 336-342
April 18, 2010, at 09:59 AM by Fabien - discussion with a friend X to #Thinking
Added line 455:
* [[Path:/pub/conversations/decisiontheoryanddistributions.txt|discussion with X]] regarding decision theory, its Street walker dilemma and expertise in IT, 18th of April 2010
April 18, 2010, at 12:26 AM by Fabien - added Cognitive Fitness at Work to #DailyExercisesFeed
Added line 434:
*** Dana Foundation [[http://www.dana.org/danaalliances/programs/cognitivefitness/|Cognitive Fitness at Work]]
Changed line 41 from:
** [[(http://fabien.benetou.fr/Main/HomePage?action=)search&q=ToDo+order=time+fmt=#simple]]
to:
** [[http://fabien.benetou.fr/Main/HomePage?action=search&q=ToDo+order=time+fmt=%23simple|pages with "ToDo"]]
Changed line 41 from:
** [[(http://fabien.benetou.fr/?action=)search&q=ToDo]]
to:
** [[(http://fabien.benetou.fr/Main/HomePage?action=)search&q=ToDo+order=time+fmt=#simple]]
Changed line 46 from:
%right%List directly incorporated to [[Cognition/Priority By Economical System]]%%
to:
%right%List directly incorporated to [[Cognition/PriorityByEconomicalSystem#Demo]]%%
Changed lines 45-46 from:
%right%List directly incorporated to [[Cognition/Priority By Economical System]]
to:
%right%List directly incorporated to [[Cognition/Priority By Economical System]]%%
Changed lines 45-46 from:
to:
%right%List directly incorporated to [[Cognition/Priority By Economical System]]
Deleted line 47:
* [[Cognition/Priority By Economical System]]
Changed lines 37-41 from:
# [[Cookbook/Cognition?action=edit|define goal]]
## [[Cognition.PriorityByEconomicalSystem#ToDo]]
## [[Seedea:Seedea/Todo]]
## [[Wiki.ToDo]]
## [[(http://fabien.benetou.fr/?action=)search&q=ToDo]]
to:
# [[Cookbook/Cognition?action=edit|lists goal]]
** [[Cognition.PriorityByEconomicalSystem#ToDo]]
** [[Seedea:Seedea/Todo]]
** [[Wiki.ToDo]]
** [[(http://fabien.benetou.fr/?action=)search&q=ToDo]]
# [[Cookbook/Cognition?action=edit|organize per independent groups]]
# [[Cookbook/Cognition?action=edit|associate costs per goal
]]
Deleted line 37:
##
Changed lines 37-42 from:
# define goal
to:
# [[Cookbook/Cognition?action=edit|define goal]]
##
## [[Cognition.PriorityByEconomicalSystem#ToDo]]
## [[Seedea:Seedea/Todo]]
## [[Wiki.ToDo]]
## [[(http://fabien.benetou.fr/?action=)search&q=ToDo]]
April 17, 2010, at 10:29 PM by Fabien - added Goal to #GoalFocusAttention
Changed lines 33-38 from:
In the quote "Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world" attributed to Archimede, in our cognitive world with knowledge worker and such, focus is your more powerful lever.
to:
In the quote "Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world" attributed to Archimedes, in our cognitive world with knowledge worker and such, focus is your more powerful lever.

!!!!Goal
[[#GoalStart]]
# define goal
[[#GoalEnd]]
Changed line 36 from:
* [[Priority By Economical System]]
to:
* [[Cognition/Priority By Economical System]]
April 16, 2010, at 08:07 AM by Fabien - linked to #PriorityByEconomicalSystem
Added line 36:
* [[Priority By Economical System]]
Added line 38:
** rational ignorance
Added line 41:
** intrinsic, extrinsic
April 16, 2010, at 08:01 AM by Fabien - #GoalFocusAttention
Added line 2:
* [[#GoalFocusAttention|Goal, focus, attention]]
Added lines 29-39:
!!![[#GoalFocusAttention]]Goal, focus, attention

the absence of goal increases flexibility yes but it also increases uncertainty (which is very stressful) and provide no focus point (hard to leverage)

In the quote "Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world" attributed to Archimede, in our cognitive world with knowledge worker and such, focus is your more powerful lever.

!!!!See also
* goal setting
* filters
* attention economy
* motivation
April 13, 2010, at 01:44 PM by Fabien - Remarks on reading techniques
Added lines 47-54:

!!!!Remarks
* Diminishing returns is probably why you do not want to finish that book sitting on your shelf for the last 2 months
** chances are that you already learn the basic concept even before reading the book, your decision to buy and start to read the book was a mere confirmation of your interest
** reading the first chapter refined your model
** the more you read the less you learn since you have already understood the basis
* reading in 1 sitting is impossible for truly new concepts
** you need time to restructure your beliefs, if the concept you are currently learning through this book is reshaping them and their organization in a radical manner, you probably need time to spread this update
Added line 404:
** including based on previously read books [[Seedea:Seedea.SandIdeabox#wikiasalearningtool]]
Deleted line 32:
* [[http://booksearch.blogspot.com/2009/06/explore-book-in-10-seconds.html|Explore a book in 10 seconds]] by Diego Puppin, Inside Google Books 2009
Changed lines 37-40 from:
* my tools
** [[http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/25207|GreaseMonkey autoscroll]] for browsing
** Adobe Acrobat Reading autoscroll shortcuts
** wiki note taking
to:
* the tools Im using
**
[[http://booksearch.blogspot.com/2009/06/explore-book-in-10-seconds.html|Explore a book in 10 seconds]] by Diego Puppin, Inside Google Books 2009
** for browsing
*** [[http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/25207|GreaseMonkey autoscroll]]
*** wiki note taking
*** @@Sidebar Downloads@@ to reduce width
** for PDFs
*** auto-scroll shortcuts
*** reflow
February 27, 2010, at 04:57 PM by Fabien - Explore a book in 10 seconds by Diego Puppin
Added line 33:
* [[http://booksearch.blogspot.com/2009/06/explore-book-in-10-seconds.html|Explore a book in 10 seconds]] by Diego Puppin, Inside Google Books 2009
Added lines 37-41:
* my tools
** [[http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/25207|GreaseMonkey autoscroll]] for browsing
** Adobe Acrobat Reading autoscroll shortcuts
** wiki note taking
** ...
Changed lines 29-30 from:
!!![[#ReadingTechniques|Reading Techniques]]
to:
!!![[#ReadingTechniques]]Reading Techniques
Changed lines 33-35 from:
* [[#YearlyOverview]]
* [[#PrivateLibrary]]
* [[#CausalReadingTree]]
to:
* [[#YearlyOverview|Yearly Overview]]
* [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]]
* [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]]
Changed line 42 from:
!!![[#OpportunityTensions|Opportunity Tensions]]
to:
!!![[#OpportunityTensions]]Opportunity Tensions
February 26, 2010, at 02:25 PM by Fabien - #ReadingTechniques + #OpportunityTensions
Added lines 2-3:
* [[#ReadingTechniques|Reading Techniques]]
* [[#OpportunityTensions|Opportunity Tensions]]
Added lines 27-53:


!!![[#ReadingTechniques|Reading Techniques]]

Import and structure
* speed reading presentation done at [[Events/MBE01]]
* [[#YearlyOverview]]
* [[#PrivateLibrary]]
* [[#CausalReadingTree]]
* [[http://picasaweb.google.com/utopiah/FinalizedVisualTools#5205938877525438418|my reading process visualized]]

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''



!!![[#OpportunityTensions|Opportunity Tensions]]

!!!!Principle
You detect potential opportunity matching your your predictions and trends yet, are unable to find a way to leverage them

!!!!Examples
* scalable on-demand IT infrascture (AWS)
* databases (datapkg) + ML (uclassify, Analytics1305)

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Added lines 32-34:

!!!!Examples
* [[PersonalInformationStream/Books2009]]
February 11, 2010, at 10:57 PM by Fabien - #YearlyOverview
Added line 2:
* [[#YearlyOverview|YearlyOverview]]
Added lines 26-33:
!!![[#YearlyOverview]]YearlyOverview

!!!!Principle
What was the best book, why?
How were the different books related (trying to step back a bit) ?
What were the difficulties and lessons learnt (motivate me to push further rather than just reading "interesting" books) ?

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Changed lines 363-366 from:
* [[Path:pub/conversations/thinkingdefinedwithdira1.log|discussion with Dira]] with focus on matrices, 25th of September 2009
* [[Path:pub/conversations/thinkingdefinedwithdira2.log|discussion with Dira]] focusing on language, 25th of September 2009
* [[Path:pub/conversations/thinkingredefinedwithpaola.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "distribution of what" and source thought process, 25th of September 2009
* [[Path:pub/conversations/distributedthinkingserialization.txt|discussion with Koganei]] regarding distributed vs serialized thinking process (based on language) 17th of December 2009
to:
* [[Path:/pub/conversations/thinkingdefinedwithdira1.log|discussion with Dira]] with focus on matrices, 25th of September 2009
* [[Path:/pub/conversations/thinkingdefinedwithdira2.log|discussion with Dira]] focusing on language, 25th of September 2009
* [[Path:/pub/conversations/thinkingredefinedwithpaola.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "distribution of what" and source thought process, 25th of September 2009
* [[Path:/pub/conversations/distributedthinkingserialization.txt|discussion with Koganei]] regarding distributed vs serialized thinking process (based on language) 17th of December 2009
Changed line 322 from:
**** cf [[Path:pub/conversations/discussion-with-Frederic.txt|11/09/09 discussion]]
to:
**** cf [[Path:/pub/conversations/discussion-with-Frederic.txt|11/09/09 discussion]]
Changed line 322 from:
**** cf [[http://seedea.org/buffering/discussion-with-Frederic.txt|11/09/09 discussion]]
to:
**** cf [[Path:pub/conversations/discussion-with-Frederic.txt|11/09/09 discussion]]
Deleted line 37:
Data would be on that page or in another page of the wiki, the thing is that hopefuly it should always have the potential to improve.
Changed lines 39-42 from:
** the underlying principle of [[#PriorityByEconomicalSystem]]
to:
** the underlying principle of [[#PriorityByEconomicalSystem|Priority by economical system]] meaning expected ROI

Data would be on that page or in another page of the wiki, the thing is that hopefuly it should always have the potential to improve.
Added lines 39-40:
* running optimization per page would be done according to
** the underlying principle of [[#PriorityByEconomicalSystem]]
Deleted lines 39-42:
!!!!Remarks
* I already wanted to force myself to have a model/schema/formalization for each page but I didn't really got to it so far but if I can find optimization fo each, it could be a strong motivation.
* making it an AmazonTurk task but then I would need to first do it for few pages and make clear example for turkers
Changed lines 43-50 from:
* optimisation = liebig law
to:
* optimization = Liebig's law
* data = plants and resources (water+soil) quantitative description

!!!!Remarks
* I already wanted to force myself to have a model/schema/formalization for each page but I didn't really got to it so far but if I can find optimization fo each, it could be a strong motivation.
* making it an AmazonTurk task but then I would need to first do it for few pages and make clear example for turkers
Added lines 43-47:

!!!!Examples
page about my plants
* algorithm = general plant metabolism model
* optimisation = liebig law
January 21, 2010, at 11:47 PM by Fabien - #OptimizableModelPerPage
Added line 2:
* [[#OptimizableModelPerPage|Optimizable model per page]]
Added lines 22-44:

----


!!![[#OptimizableModelPerPage]]Optimizable model per page

!!!!Principle
hopefuly getting an entirely formalized wiki with the ability to optimize each page

!!!!Process
* find for each page of the wiki a formal model of what it represents
** equation or an algorithm that will allow to simulate the principle in the page
*** able to run simulations relative to the content of the page
*** lot of models/simulations in academia about everything
** an optimization algorithm
*** if none specific is found, generic one like those used in operational research
Data would be on that page or in another page of the wiki, the thing is that hopefuly it should always have the potential to improve.

!!!!Remarks
* I already wanted to force myself to have a model/schema/formalization for each page but I didn't really got to it so far but if I can find optimization fo each, it could be a strong motivation.
* making it an AmazonTurk task but then I would need to first do it for few pages and make clear example for turkers

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Added lines 20-21:
January 21, 2010, at 07:23 PM by Fabien - line by line menu
Changed lines 2-5 from:
[[#PriorityByEconomicalSystem|Priority by economical system]] - [[#LeveragingStructures|Leveraging existing brain structures for new purposes]] - [[#PainFromTools|Pain from imperfect tools]] - [[#WikiBrainMapping|WikiBrain Mapping]] - [[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]] - [[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]

%center%[[#ToDo|To do]] - [[#SeeAlso|See also]] - [[#Inspiration|Inspiration]]%center%
to:
* [[#PriorityByEconomicalSystem|Priority by economical system]]
* [[#LeveragingStructures|Leveraging existing brain structures for new purposes]]
* [[#PainFromTools|Pain from imperfect tools]]
* [[#WikiBrainMapping|WikiBrain Mapping]]
* [[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]]
* [[#socialnetwork|my social network]]
* [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]]
* [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]]
* [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]]
* [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]]
* [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]]
* [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]]
* [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]

And also
*
[[#ToDo|To do]]
* [[#SeeAlso|See also]]
* [[#Inspiration|Inspiration]]
Changed line 427 from:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
to:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Added line 8:
Added lines 10-11:
January 21, 2010, at 07:20 PM by Fabien - #PriorityByEconomicalSystem
Changed lines 2-3 from:
[[#LeveragingStructures|Leveraging existing brain structures for new purposes]] - [[#PainFromTools|Pain from imperfect tools]] - [[#WikiBrainMapping|WikiBrain Mapping]] - [[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]] - [[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
to:
[[#PriorityByEconomicalSystem|Priority by economical system]] - [[#LeveragingStructures|Leveraging existing brain structures for new purposes]] - [[#PainFromTools|Pain from imperfect tools]] - [[#WikiBrainMapping|WikiBrain Mapping]] - [[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]] - [[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
Added lines 6-8:
!!![[#PriorityByEconomicalSystem]]Priority by economical system
Moved to [[Cognition.PriorityByEconomicalSystem]]
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
January 09, 2010, at 11:30 AM by Fabien - "Back to the Menu" links
Changed line 1 from:
[[#top]]
to:
[[#menu]]
Changed lines 26-28 from:
to:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Added lines 44-46:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Added lines 124-126:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Added lines 151-153:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Added lines 157-159:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Changed lines 202-204 from:
to:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Changed lines 237-239 from:
to:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Added lines 275-277:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Changed lines 295-297 from:
to:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Deleted line 324:
Changed lines 335-337 from:
to:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Changed lines 362-364 from:
to:
%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
Added line 402:
Changed lines 404-406 from:
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.
to:
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.

%right%''Back to the [[#menu|Menu]]''
January 09, 2010, at 11:27 AM by Fabien - #LeveragingStructures
Changed lines 1-2 from:
[[#PainFromTools|Pain from unperfect tools]] - [[#WikiBrainMapping|WikiBrain Mapping]] - [[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]] - [[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
to:
[[#top]]
[[#LeveragingStructures
|Leveraging existing brain structures for new purposes]] - [[#PainFromTools|Pain from imperfect tools]] - [[#WikiBrainMapping|WikiBrain Mapping]] - [[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]] - [[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
Changed lines 6-27 from:
!!![[#PainFromTools]]Pain from unperfect tools
to:

!!![[#LeveragingStructures]]Leveraging existing brain structures for new purposes
Brain areas that evolved to very specialized cognition function over eons should now be re-used in a new context efficiently.

!!!!Description
For the last few years I was focusing on learning new important concept and thus discarded authors are discoverers and vectors of those ideas. Since recently I started remembering the author names as I find it more efficient to do so. I also try to have a quick bibliography but, at least as importantly, to have a video recording in order to memorize the author voice (especially when later on reading his own work) and face (probably for visualization). I consider that I can thus relate to him (and his concepts) better than without doing this "side work" seemingly unrelated to the concepts themselves.

!!!!Generalization
Are there other similar situations in which face recognition, voice recognition, social network exploration, ... could be leveraged?

!!!!Critics
* Is it actually testable?
* Is it post-rationalization?

!!!!See also
* [[#WikiBrainMapping|WikiBrain Mapping]] in order to get a better understanding of the actual cognitive structures

!!!!Inspired by
Discussion with Paola in Paris Vrin bookshop and the usefulness of bibliographies.


!!![[#PainFromTools]]Pain from imperfect tools
December 18, 2009, at 06:21 PM by Fabien - Ray Solomonoff and his Universal Distribution
Added lines 288-289:
* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomonoff|Ray Solomonoff]] and his Universal Distribution
** The Universal Distribution and Machine Learning in [[http://world.std.com/~rjs/pubs.html|Publications of Ray Solomonoff]] (2003)
December 17, 2009, at 11:27 PM by Fabien - discussion with Koganei
Changed line 258 from:
!!!!Discusions
to:
!!!!Discussions
Added line 262:
* [[Path:pub/conversations/distributedthinkingserialization.txt|discussion with Koganei]] regarding distributed vs serialized thinking process (based on language) 17th of December 2009
Added line 79:
* [[http://www.humanbrainmapping.org/|Organization for Human Brain Mapping]] (OHBM)
December 07, 2009, at 10:25 PM by Fabien - John Robert Anderson
Added lines 93-94:
* [[http://act-r.psy.cmu.edu/publications/pubinfo.php?id=813|ACT-R: ACT-R meets fMRI (2007)]] John R. Anderson, Yulin Qin, Dan Bothell
** in particular [[http://act-r.psy.cmu.edu/people/ja/ja-vita.php#pubs|John Robert Anderson]] at CMU knowing he is "using fMRI brain imaging to track different components of the cognitive architecture in the performance of complex tasks"
December 02, 2009, at 02:40 PM by Fabien - discussion
Added line 61:
## [[http://seedea.org/discussion_eeg_wikibrainmapping.txt|discussion with Paola]] (2 Dec 09)
December 02, 2009, at 09:51 AM by Fabien - brain imaging
Added lines 59-60:
# use [[Seedea:Content/Concepttreefmri#results|brain imaging techniques]]
## to display (lens HUD or classical screen display) pages associated to the currently activated brain area(s)
December 01, 2009, at 09:20 PM by Fabien - Brain-Inspired Information Technology
Added line 89:
* [[http://www.springer.com/engineering/book/978-3-642-04024-5|Brain-Inspired Information Technology]] edited by Akitoshi Hanazawa, Tsutom Miki, Keiichi Horio, Springer 2010
November 30, 2009, at 07:46 PM by Fabien - Cognitive_architecture
Added lines 87-88:
* [[Wikipedia:Cognitive_architecture]]
** [[Wikipedia:Category:Cognitive_architecture]]
November 29, 2009, at 05:12 PM by Fabien - Neuro-économie, évaluation et décision
Added line 110:
* [[http://www.college-de-france.fr/default/EN/all/the_eco/seminaire_du_4_mai_2009_neu__9.jsp|Neuro-économie, évaluation et décision : introduction]] by Stanislas Dehaene and Roger Guesnerie, Collège de France May 2009
November 29, 2009, at 04:10 PM by Fabien - SCImago Research Group
Added line 221:
*** see also [[http://www.scimago.es/|SCImago Research Group]] esearch group dedicated to information analysis, representation and retrieval by means of visualisation techniques.
November 29, 2009, at 04:06 PM by Fabien - a recent thesis a day
Added lines 219-222:
* read a recent thesis a day each time from different domain
** locate RSS feeds for each key labs
** pick daily a lab (cycling through them)
*** choose the latest most acclaimed onebased on popularity
November 28, 2009, at 01:30 AM by Fabien - CognitiveArcheology
Added lines 266-267:
* [[Seedea:CoEvolution/HistoryIdeaManagement#CognitiveArcheology|Cognitive Archeology]]
** evolution from fixed systems (bones) to gears (Antikythera mechanism) then wiring (early computers) then FPGA then pure software on generic CPUs
November 19, 2009, at 04:33 AM by Fabien - Whole Brain Catalog
Added line 86:
* [[http://wholebraincatalog.org/|Whole Brain Catalog]] developed by a team of researchers from the UC San Diego
October 30, 2009, at 08:14 PM by Utopiah - ACT-R from CMU
Changed lines 84-85 from:
* [[http://www.mindmodeling.org/beta/|MindModeling@Home (Beta)]] research project that uses volunteer computing for the advancement of cognitive science.
to:
* [[http://www.mindmodeling.org/beta/|MindModeling@Home (Beta)]] research project that uses volunteer computing for the advancement of cognitive science.
* [[http://act-r.psy.cmu.edu/|ACT-R]] cognitive architecture (as Lisp functions modeled from fMRI data) from CMU
October 30, 2009, at 11:06 AM by Utopiah - MindModeling@Home (Beta)
Changed line 84 from:
to:
* [[http://www.mindmodeling.org/beta/|MindModeling@Home (Beta)]] research project that uses volunteer computing for the advancement of cognitive science.
October 28, 2009, at 11:40 AM by Utopiah - Website Traffic Map
Added line 53:
## [[http://designweenie.com/portfolio/index.php/page/140|Website Traffic Map]] Designweenie
Added lines 63-71:
* previous solutions
** chronology
*** nothing
*** entry page (add it's history)
*** AllRecentChanges page
*** LayeredModel
*** WikiBrain Mapping
*** next?
** review each step
Changed lines 296-298 from:
to:
* intellectual share and tell, Friday evenings
** talk about anything that you have learnt that week
** practiced by ThePhysicist
Changed line 323 from:
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.
to:
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.
October 24, 2009, at 03:18 PM by Fabien - The Wisdom Paradox
Added line 65:
* my notes on [[ReadingNotes.ReadingNotes#TheWisdomParadox|The Wisdom Paradox]] by Elkhonon Golberg
Changed line 40 from:
### [[(Fabien.)Roadmap]] in the neo-cortex?
to:
### [[(Fabien.)Roadmap]] (in the "neo-cortex"?)
Added lines 56-57:
# get reviewed by a neuroscience researcher
## simple blind validation
Added line 40:
### [[(Fabien.)Roadmap]] in the neo-cortex?
October 23, 2009, at 02:23 PM by Fabien - #PainFromTools
Changed lines 1-2 from:
[[#WikiBrainMapping|WikiBrain Mapping]] - [[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]] - [[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
to:
[[#PainFromTools|Pain from unperfect tools]] - [[#WikiBrainMapping|WikiBrain Mapping]] - [[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]] - [[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
Added lines 4-18:

!!![[#PainFromTools]]Pain from unperfect tools
Why does when your computer or network is slow it feels "nearly painful"?
# because you integrate tools like a part of yourself (cf [[Content.KeyExperiments#MappingToolsToBody|Tool-use induces morphological updating of the body schema]] Current Biology, Volume 19, Issue 12, R478-R479, 23 June 2009 )
# because you physical pain and psychological pain are very close (cf [[PersonalInformationStream.WithoutNotesOctober09#SouffrancePsychique|Comment soigner la souffrance psychique ?]] Le Téléphone Sonne, France Inter, October 2009 )
So with 1 and 2 you get the equivalent of physical pain when your cherished tools are not working well

It also applies the other way around, this psychological pain can be somaticize like stomach ache or headache.

Evolution sticks to the principle of minizing resources spent and organisms end up with overlapping structures for similar usages so... it sounds coherent.

It could also explain how some people end up rejecting tools that don't responder properly at a gut level and hit the screen or don't want to use a computer. Just one bad initial experience could have been physically painful for them and if not that tool, a related older tool like a calculator.

!!!!See also
* [[Seedea:Oimp/Lqnet]]
Added lines 37-39:
# integrate non-content part of the wiki
## modules
## configuration files
October 23, 2009, at 12:25 PM by Fabien - activity in wikibrain mapping
Added lines 32-36:
## it can also be associated to areas related to tool usage
### see [[Content.KeyExperiments#MappingToolsToBody]]
# visualize activity
## edition (PmWiki and httpd logs) browsing (httpd logs)
## see DTI visualization tools
Changed lines 19-20 from:
## create a correpondance table
### use general memory as the default area
to:
## create an associative table
### association can be done through tag (PmWiki Categories)
### use general "memory"
as the default area
Changed line 21 from:
#### it is '''crucial''' to list all pages as opposed the [[(Fabien.)LayeredModel]]
to:
#### it is '''crucial''' to list all pages (as opposed to the [[(Fabien.)LayeredModel]])
Changed lines 282-290 from:
to:
* against mnemonics
** create a strongly connected network of logical links
*** use the word/expression often in its context
**** even if in the beginning it's "forced" like an exercise
*** know the history of the concept
**** where it comes from
**** why it replaces the previous one, how it's different from existing ones
*** know the ethymology
**** the name itself has a logical construction
October 22, 2009, at 03:54 PM by Fabien - connectome
Added lines 44-45:
* the connectome initiative and the resulting connectomics field
** [[http://www.plosbiology.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pbio.0060159|Mapping the Structural Core of Human Cerebral Cortex]], PLoS Biology 2008
Added lines 20-23:
### use general memory as the default area
#### it is '''crucial''' to list all pages as opposed the [[(Fabien.)LayeredModel]]
### the refine as much as possible
#### provide an incentive
Changed lines 6-7 from:
Map this actively used [[Path:.|wiki instance]] over brain imaging data (a la [[http://brainmaps.org/index.php?p=brain-maps-api|BrainMaps.org API]])
to:
Map this actively used [[Path:.|wiki instance]] over a visual [[#brainimaging_resources|brain imaging model]].
Changed line 17 from:
### binded to a visualization (equivalent of KML?)
to:
### binded to a visualization
Added lines 32-40:

!!!!See also
* neuroscience equivalent of KML for geography,
** a "NeuroML" using voxel coordinates?
*** check http://www.neuroml.org/
* [[#brainimaging_resources]]datasets and visualization
** [[http://www.brain-map.org/|Allen institute]]
** [[http://brainmaps.org/index.php?p=brain-maps-api|BrainMaps.org API]]
Added lines 28-31:
!!!!Side note
This is entirely different from brain imaging on mind mapping :
* Brain Imaging is the process of producing accurate picture of a physical brain, here those data are used in order to map over, not as a way to simulate.
* Mind mapping is the process of taking notes in a structured fashion while being creative.
Changed lines 22-25 from:
### [[Seedea:Seedea/Services]]
### [[Seedea:Seedea/DATAmatrix]]
### [[Seedea:Seedea/AImatrix]]
### [[Seedea:Seedea/Onlineoutsourcing]]
to:
### [[(Seedea:Seedea/)Services]]
### [[(Seedea:Seedea/)DATAmatrix]]
### [[(Seedea:Seedea/)AImatrix]]
### [[(Seedea:Seedea/)Onlineoutsourcing]]
Added lines 12-27:

!!!!Process
# create a dedicated page
## [[(Content.)WikiBrainMapping]]
## list the existing brain areas
### binded to a visualization (equivalent of KML?)
## list the existing wiki pages
## create a correpondance table
# integrate of external resources
## previously organized through Seedea
### [[Seedea:Seedea/Services]]
### [[Seedea:Seedea/DATAmatrix]]
### [[Seedea:Seedea/AImatrix]]
### [[Seedea:Seedea/Onlineoutsourcing]]
#### should be already integrated thanks to [[Person.Person]]
Changed line 10 from:
# efficient centralizing page to follow the [[#CognitiveScalability|cognitive scalability principle]] and replace the automatically generated [[Site.AllRecentChanges]] and the created [[Fabien.LayeredModel]] (technical difficulty making it hardly usable)
to:
# efficiently centralizing page to follow the [[#CognitiveScalability|cognitive scalability principle]] and replace the automatically generated [[Site.AllRecentChanges]] and the created [[Fabien.LayeredModel]] (technical difficulty making it hardly usable)
Changed line 9 from:
# get better understanding of the "state of the art" brain mechanisms (chronological lastly integrated brain areas) not through memorization but through usage (or simulated exploration)
to:
# better understanding of the "state of the art" brain mechanisms (chronological lastly integrated brain areas) not through memorization but through usage (or simulated exploration)
Changed line 9 from:
# being to have a better understanding of "state of the art" brain mechanism (especially since I don't know, but should, what are the chronological lastly integrated brain areas) not through memorization but through usage
to:
# get better understanding of the "state of the art" brain mechanisms (chronological lastly integrated brain areas) not through memorization but through usage (or simulated exploration)
Changed line 8 from:
!!!Objectives
to:
!!!!Objectives
Changed lines 8-10 from:
The objective being to have a better understanding of "state of the art" brain mechanism (especially since I don't know, but should, what are the chronological lastly integrated brain areas) not through memorization but through usage.

Also, this should motivate an efficient and more systematic delegatation of such mechanisms to software
.
to:
!!!Objectives
#
being to have a better understanding of "state of the art" brain mechanism (especially since I don't know, but should, what are the chronological lastly integrated brain areas) not through memorization but through usage
# efficient centralizing page to follow the [[#CognitiveScalability|cognitive scalability principle]] and replace the automatically generated [[Site.AllRecentChanges]] and the created [[Fabien.LayeredModel]] (technical difficulty making it hardly usable)
# motivate an efficient and more systematic delegatation of such mechanisms (as software)
October 21, 2009, at 08:33 PM by Fabien - updating wikbrainimapping
Added lines 7-10:

The objective being to have a better understanding of "state of the art" brain mechanism (especially since I don't know, but should, what are the chronological lastly integrated brain areas) not through memorization but through usage.

Also, this should motivate an efficient and more systematic delegatation of such mechanisms to software.
October 21, 2009, at 08:16 PM by Fabien - #WikiBrainMapping
Changed lines 1-2 from:
[[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]] - [[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
to:
[[#WikiBrainMapping|WikiBrain Mapping]] - [[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]] - [[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
Added lines 4-6:

!!![[#WikiBrainMapping]]WikiBrain Mapping
Map this actively used [[Path:.|wiki instance]] over brain imaging data (a la [[http://brainmaps.org/index.php?p=brain-maps-api|BrainMaps.org API]])
Added lines 25-26:
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_scale
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diseconomies_of_scale
Added lines 21-24:
!!!!See also
* my notes on [[ReadingNotes.ReadingNotes#MecaMind|The Mechanical Mind in History]] by Philip Husbands, Owen Holland and Michael Wheeler, MIT Press 2008
** describes how mathematician delegated to programmers and before to calculators
* Cognitive Archeology in my [[Seedea:CoEvolution/HistoryIdeaManagement|History of Idea Management]]
Added lines 13-14:

Probably mainly composed of one's learning ability (integrate new models) and the ability to synthesize (how much you can compress your current models).
Added line 11:
Changed line 6 from:
Why taking notes matter
to:
Why taking notes matter?
Changed lines 10-12 from:
(cf [[Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle]])

Hence
one should use copping systems like Personnal Information Management (PIM) as presented in [[(http://)ourP.IM]] to replace classical paper notes which might still be limitating regarding processing capabilities (searching, ordering, ...).
to:
%right%(cf [[Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle]])%%
Consequently,
one should use copping systems like Personnal Information Management (PIM) as presented in [[(http://)ourP.IM]] to replace classical paper notes which might still be limitating regarding processing capabilities (searching, ordering, ...).
Added lines 16-17:
!!!!Example
[[Content.PersonalInformationStream]] pulls page numbers and similar information automatically from notes page, removing the need to duplicate information.
Changed lines 11-15 from:
and hence PIM and [[(http://)ourP.IM]] while minimizing the [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]] (where classical paper notes might still be limitating).
to:

Hence one should use copping systems like Personnal Information Management
(PIM) as presented in [[(http://)ourP.IM]] to replace classical paper notes which might still be limitating regarding processing capabilities (searching, ordering, ...).

Yet, one must also be sure minimize the [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]] generated, i.e. have limit the system burden (like paperwork) or meta-task.
Changed line 6 from:
* why taking notes matter
to:
Why taking notes matter
Changed lines 10-13 from:
*** cf [[Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle]]
*** hence PIM and [[(http://)ourP.IM]]
** why classical paper notes might still be limitating
*** how can one minimize his [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]]
to:
(cf [[Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle]])
and
hence PIM and [[(http://)ourP.IM]] while minimizing the [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]] (where classical paper notes might still be limitating).
Deleted line 6:
**
Changed lines 7-9 from:
** >>frame<<(:include Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle_start#Principle_end:)
to:
**
>>frame<<
(:include Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle_start#Principle_end:)
Changed lines 7-8 from:
** >>frame<<(:include Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle_start#Principle_end:)>><<
to:
** >>frame<<(:include Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle_start#Principle_end:)
>><<
Changed line 7 from:
** %frame%(:include Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle_start#Principle_end:)%%
to:
** >>frame<<(:include Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle_start#Principle_end:)>><<
Changed line 7 from:
** (:include Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle#Principle_end:)
to:
** %frame%(:include Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle_start#Principle_end:)%%
Changed lines 7-10 from:
** see [[Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle]]
** hence PIM and [[(http://)ourP.IM]]
* why classical paper notes might still be limitating
** how can one minimize his [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]]
to:
** (:include Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle#Principle_end:)
*** cf [[Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle]]
*** hence PIM and [[(http://)ourP.IM]]
** why classical paper notes might still be
limitating
*** how can one minimize his [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]]
Changed line 10 from:
** how can one minimize [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]]
to:
** how can one minimize his [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]]
Changed line 10 from:
** how can one limit [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]]
to:
** how can one minimize [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]]
Changed lines 9-10 from:
* why classical notes matter might still be limitating
* how can limit [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]]
to:
* why classical paper notes might still be limitating
** how can one limit [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]]
October 20, 2009, at 08:14 PM by Fabien - #CognitiveScalability
Changed line 1 from:
[[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
to:
[[#CognitiveScalability|Cognitive Scalability]] - [[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
Changed line 71 from:
# update [[http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/index.php?n=PmWiki.InterMap|InterMap]] of the wiki with the URL
to:
# update [[PmWiki.InterMap|InterMap]] of the wiki with the URL
Changed lines 146-149 from:
* [[http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/pub/conversations/thinkingdefinedwithdira1.log|discussion with Dira]] with focus on matrices, 25th of September 2009
* [[http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/pub/conversations/thinkingdefinedwithdira2.log|discussion with Dira]] focusing on language, 25th of September 2009
* [[http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/pub/conversations/thinkingredefinedwithpaola.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "distribution of what" and source thought process, 25th of September 2009
to:
* [[Path:pub/conversations/thinkingdefinedwithdira1.log|discussion with Dira]] with focus on matrices, 25th of September 2009
* [[Path:pub/conversations/thinkingdefinedwithdira2.log|discussion with Dira]] focusing on language, 25th of September 2009
* [[Path:pub/conversations/thinkingredefinedwithpaola.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "distribution of what" and source thought process, 25th of September 2009
Changed line 164 from:
*** see [[http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/pub/conversations/thinkingredefinedwithpaola_social.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "networked statistical distribution", 18th of October 2009
to:
*** see [[Path:/pub/conversations/thinkingredefinedwithpaola_social.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "networked statistical distribution", 18th of October 2009
October 20, 2009, at 06:08 PM by Fabien - rebinded conversations
Changed lines 146-149 from:
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingdefinedwithdira1.log|discussion with Dira]] with focus on matrices, 25th of September 2009
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingdefinedwithdira2.log|discussion with Dira]] focusing on language, 25th of September 2009
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingredefinedwithpaola.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "distribution of what" and source thought process, 25th of September 2009
to:
* [[http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/pub/conversations/thinkingdefinedwithdira1.log|discussion with Dira]] with focus on matrices, 25th of September 2009
* [[http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/pub/conversations/thinkingdefinedwithdira2.log|discussion with Dira]] focusing on language, 25th of September 2009
* [[http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/pub/conversations/thinkingredefinedwithpaola.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "distribution of what" and source thought process, 25th of September 2009
Changed line 161 from:
** and the encompassing “Social Brain Hypothesis” also used in Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, Oxford University
to:
** and the encompassing "Social Brain Hypothesis" also used in Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, Oxford University
Changed lines 164-166 from:
*** see [[http://seedea.org/thinkingredefinedwithpaola_social.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "networked statistical distribution", 18th of October 2009
to:
*** see [[http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/pub/conversations/thinkingredefinedwithpaola_social.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "networked statistical distribution", 18th of October 2009
Changed line 227 from:
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.
to:
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.
October 20, 2009, at 03:02 PM by Fabien - #CognitiveScalability
Added lines 4-11:

!!![[#CognitiveScalability]]Cognitive Scalability
* why taking notes matter
** see [[Content.PersonalInformationStream#Principle]]
** hence PIM and [[(http://)ourP.IM]]
* why classical notes matter might still be limitating
* how can limit [[(Content.)CognitiveDrag]]
October 18, 2009, at 02:21 PM by Fabien - thinkingredefinedwithpaola_social.log
Added lines 156-157:
*** see [[http://seedea.org/thinkingredefinedwithpaola_social.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "networked statistical distribution", 18th of October 2009
Changed lines 154-156 from:
to:
** can we expend this "social manifold" to tools too?
*** including thus not just a network of biological neural networks (NN) but also Artificial ones (ANN) and thus forming an even more encompassing manifold?
Changed line 217 from:
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.
to:
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.
October 17, 2009, at 10:13 PM by Fabien - "social manifold"
Added lines 151-153:
* can we expend to a "social manifold"?
** based on "joint attention is paradigmatically a distributed cognitive act. " (p153) Chapter [[ReadingNotes.ThePrehistoryOfLanguage#Chapter8|8 The Ontogeny and Phylogeny of Non-verbal Deixis]] of The Prehistory Of Language
** and the encompassing “Social Brain Hypothesis” also used in Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, Oxford University
October 14, 2009, at 11:06 PM by Fabien - Towards a Mathematical Theory of Cortical Micro-circuits
Added lines 148-150:
* Is the brain a large chemical manifold self-updating?
** in the same way that the gecko can use quantum scale physical effect, is the brain leveraging quantum scaled dynamics in order to make thinking an efficient process?
** see [[http://www.ploscompbiol.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000532|Towards a Mathematical Theory of Cortical Micro-circuits]], Numenta, PLoS Computational Biology October 2009
Changed lines 6-35 from:
* stats from irssi logs (IRC, IM through bitlbee, Twitter through twirssi), Facebook, Twitter, ...
** people you are connected to
** frequency of msg exchanged
** date of last message sent
** qdos and [[http://qdos.com/apps|its applications]]%rfloat%[[http://qdos.com/user/Benetou-Fabien/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/html|http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/miniimg#image.png]]%%
*** [[http://qdos.com/schema|schema]] that shows what counts are made for the various supported sites
*** rdf
**** [[http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9/turtle|turtle]] format
**** [[http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9-ext|ext]] format
* output a visual through PmGraphViz
** check [[http://www.foaf-project.org/|The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project]] "creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do" and its potential usage
*** see also the [[http://wiki.foaf-project.org/|active wiki]]
* see the [[http://LogsOf.OurP.IM/at/2009-10-09T16:12:18|related discussion at PIM (2009-10-09T16:12:18)]]

(:pmgraphviz -- [=
digraph {
me [label="me" style=filled fillcolor=blue];
friendB [label="friendB" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
friendC [label="friendC" style=filled fillcolor=yellow];
friendD [label="friendD" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
friendE [label="friendE" style=filled fillcolor=yellow];
me -> friendB;
me -> friendC;
me -> friendD;
me -> friendE;
friendD -> friendE [label="know through by friendD" style=dotted];
}
=] :)

%center%''distance represents frequencies of messages exchange[[<<]]color type or last message sent''%%
to:
* moved to [[Person.Person]]
October 09, 2009, at 06:48 PM by Fabien - 2009-10-09T16:12:18
Changed line 18 from:
to:
* see the [[http://LogsOf.OurP.IM/at/2009-10-09T16:12:18|related discussion at PIM (2009-10-09T16:12:18)]]
Changed lines 10-11 from:
** qdos and [[http://qdos.com/apps|its applications]]
*** [[http://qdos.com/user/Benetou-Fabien/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/html|http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/miniimg#image.png]]
to:
** qdos and [[http://qdos.com/apps|its applications]]%rfloat%[[http://qdos.com/user/Benetou-Fabien/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/html|http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/miniimg#image.png]]%%
Added lines 10-15:
** qdos and [[http://qdos.com/apps|its applications]]
*** [[http://qdos.com/user/Benetou-Fabien/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/html|http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/miniimg#image.png]]
*** [[http://qdos.com/schema|schema]] that shows what counts are made for the various supported sites
*** rdf
**** [[http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9/turtle|turtle]] format
**** [[http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9-ext|ext]] format
Deleted lines 18-23:
*** Applications for [[http://qdos.com/apps|QDOS]]
**** [[http://qdos.com/user/Benetou-Fabien/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/html|http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/miniimg#image.png]]
**** [[http://qdos.com/schema|schema]] that shows what counts are made for the various supported sites
**** rdf
***** [[http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9/turtle|turtle]] format
***** [[http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9-ext|ext]] format
Changed lines 17-18 from:
***** [[http://qdos.com/user/5acc361496df109a7c2967760d5d9792/turtle|turtle]] format
***** [[http://qdos.com/user/5acc361496df109a7c2967760d5d9792-ext|ext]] format
to:
***** [[http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9/turtle|turtle]] format
***** [[http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9-ext|ext]] format
Added lines 15-19:
**** [[http://qdos.com/schema|schema]] that shows what counts are made for the various supported sites
**** rdf
***** [[http://qdos.com/user/5acc361496df109a7c2967760d5d9792/turtle|turtle]] format
***** [[http://qdos.com/user/5acc361496df109a7c2967760d5d9792-ext|ext]] format
Changed lines 13-14 from:
*** Applications for [[http://qdos.com/apps|QDOS]]
to:
*** Applications for [[http://qdos.com/apps|QDOS]]
**** [[http://qdos.com/user/Benetou-Fabien/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/html|http://qdos.com/user/1632444288615444303190db9321b9ad/miniimg#image.png]]
Added line 13:
*** Applications for [[http://qdos.com/apps|QDOS]]
Changed line 29 from:
%center%distance represents frequencies of messages exchange and color type or last message sent%%
to:
%center%''distance represents frequencies of messages exchange[[<<]]color type or last message sent''%%
Changed lines 11-12 from:
** check [[http://www.foaf-project.org/|The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project]] "creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do" and it's potential usage
to:
** check [[http://www.foaf-project.org/|The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project]] "creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do" and its potential usage
*** see also the [[http://wiki.foaf-project.org/|active wiki]]
Added lines 7-9:
** people you are connected to
** frequency of msg exchanged
** date of last message sent
Added line 24:
Changed lines 6-8 from:
** stats from irssi logs (IRC, IM through bitlbee, Twitter through twirssi), Facebook, Twitter, ...
** output a visual through PmGraphViz
*** check [[http://www.foaf-project.org/|The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project]] "creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do" and it's potential usage
to:
* stats from irssi logs (IRC, IM through bitlbee, Twitter through twirssi), Facebook, Twitter, ...
* output a visual through PmGraphViz
** check [[http://www.foaf-project.org/|The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project]] "creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do" and it's potential usage
Changed lines 1-2 from:
[[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree ]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
to:
[[#socialnetwork|my social network]] - [[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]
Changed lines 5-6 from:
to:
!!![[#socialnetwork]]my social network
** stats from irssi logs (IRC, IM through bitlbee, Twitter through twirssi), Facebook, Twitter, ...
** output a visual through PmGraphViz
*** check [[http://www.foaf-project.org/|The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project]] "creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do" and it's potential usage

(:pmgraphviz -- [=
digraph {
me [label="me" style=filled fillcolor=blue];
friendB [label="friendB" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
friendC [label="friendC" style=filled fillcolor=yellow];
friendD [label="friendD" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
friendE [label="friendE" style=filled fillcolor=yellow];
me -> friendB;
me -> friendC;
me -> friendD;
me -> friendE;
friendD -> friendE [label="know through by friendD" style=dotted];
}
=] :)
%center%distance represents frequencies of messages exchange and color type or last message sent%%
Deleted lines 209-228:
* [[#socialnetwork]]my social network
** stats from irssi logs (IRC, IM through bitlbee, Twitter through twirssi), Facebook, Twitter, ...
** output a visual through PmGraphViz
*** check [[http://www.foaf-project.org/|The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project]] "creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do" and it's potential usage

(:pmgraphviz -- [=
digraph {
me [label="me" style=filled fillcolor=blue];
friendB [label="friendB" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
friendC [label="friendC" style=filled fillcolor=yellow];
friendD [label="friendD" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
friendE [label="friendE" style=filled fillcolor=yellow];
me -> friendB;
me -> friendC;
me -> friendD;
me -> friendE;
friendD -> friendE [label="know through by friendD" style=dotted];
}
=] :)
%center%distance represents frequencies of messages exchange and color type or last message sent%%
Added line 194:
*** check [[http://www.foaf-project.org/|The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project]] "creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do" and it's potential usage
Deleted line 201:
friendF [label="friendF" style=filled fillcolor=lightyellow];
October 05, 2009, at 12:06 AM by Fabien - #socialnetwork
Changed line 191 from:
* my social network
to:
* [[#socialnetwork]]my social network
Changed lines 206-207 from:
me -> friendE [label="know through by friendD"];
me -> friendF [style=dotted];
to:
me -> friendE;
friendD -> friendE [label="know through by friendD" style=dotted];
Added lines 194-211:

(:pmgraphviz -- [=
digraph {
me [label="me" style=filled fillcolor=blue];
friendB [label="friendB" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
friendC [label="friendC" style=filled fillcolor=yellow];
friendD [label="friendD" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
friendE [label="friendE" style=filled fillcolor=yellow];
friendF [label="friendF" style=filled fillcolor=lightyellow];
me -> friendB;
me -> friendC;
me -> friendD;
me -> friendE [label="know through by friendD"];
me -> friendF [style=dotted];
}
=] :)
%center%distance represents frequencies of messages exchange and color type or last message sent%%
Changed line 192 from:
** stats from Facebook, irssi logs, ...
to:
** stats from irssi logs (IRC, IM through bitlbee, Twitter through twirssi), Facebook, Twitter, ...
Added lines 191-193:
* my social network
** stats from Facebook, irssi logs, ...
** output a visual through PmGraphViz
Added lines 156-162:

!!!!Get your imagination running
* take a picture from your daily life and add information over
* draw in very fine ink on plastic glasses
then design your HUD.

!!!!References
Changed line 136 from:
!!!Discusions
to:
!!!!Discusions
Changed line 141 from:
!!!Resulting questions
to:
!!!!Resulting questions
Changed lines 136-137 from:
!!!!See also
to:
!!!Discusions
Added lines 140-148:

!!!Resulting questions
* What are the implication of such a framework
** for software?
*** self-updating ANN (or other ML techniques)? cf log1 with Dira
** for learning?
* How can it be tested?

!!!!See also
Changed line 138 from:
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingdefinedwithdira1.log|discussion with Dira]], 25th of September 2009
to:
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingdefinedwithdira1.log|discussion with Dira]] with focus on matrices, 25th of September 2009
Changed line 140 from:
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingredefinedwithpaola.log|discussion with Paola]], 25th of September 2009
to:
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingredefinedwithpaola.log|discussion with Paola]] clarifying "distribution of what" and source thought process, 25th of September 2009
Changed lines 138-140 from:
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingdefinedwithdira.log|discussion with Dira]], 25th of September 2009
to:
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingdefinedwithdira1.log|discussion with Dira]], 25th of September 2009
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingdefinedwithdira2.log|discussion with Dira]] focusing on language, 25th of September 2009
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingredefinedwithpaola.log|discussion with Paola
]], 25th of September 2009
Added line 138:
* [[http://seedea.org/thinkingdefinedwithdira.log|discussion with Dira]], 25th of September 2009
Changed line 132 from:
Thinking is the process that extact information by transforming a probabilty distribution to another distribution using energy.
to:
Thinking is the process that extract information by transforming a probabilty distribution to another distribution using energy.
Changed lines 132-134 from:
Thinking is the process that extact information by transforming a probabilty distribution to another disbution using energy.

More classicly, your brain is an engine that execute a processes that update its own neural configuration based on newly perceived information using energy acquired by digestion.
to:
Thinking is the process that extact information by transforming a probabilty distribution to another distribution using energy.

More classicly, your brain is an engine executing a process that updates its own neural configuration (a topology of weights) based on newly perceived information (external to itself) using energy acquired by digestion.
Changed lines 3-6 from:
%center%[[#ToDo|To do]] - [[#See Also|See also]] - [[#Inspiration|Inspiration]]%center%
to:
%center%[[#ToDo|To do]] - [[#SeeAlso|See also]] - [[#Inspiration|Inspiration]]%center%
Changed line 175 from:
!![[#See Also]]See also
to:
!![[#SeeAlso]]See also
Changed lines 1-4 from:
Add cognitive good habits, current, past or to explore.

!!Recipes
to:
[[#CausalReadingTree|Causal Reading Tree ]] - [[#PrivateLibrary|Private Library]] - [[#EducationSelfUpdate|Education Self-Update]] - [[#DailyExercisesFeed|Daily Exercises Feed]] - [[#Thinking|Thinking about thinking]] - [[#VR-HUD|HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment]] - [[#FeedsGoodPractices|Automatic Feeds Good Practices]]

%center%[[#ToDo|To do]] - [[#See Also|See also]] - [[#Inspiration|Inspiration]]%center%

Added line 49:
Changed lines 83-84 from:
!!!Education Self-Update
*
[[#EducationSelfUpdate]]list the institutional books I have studied (from kindergarden to engineering school)
to:
!!![[#EducationSelfUpdate]]Education Self-Update
*
list the institutional books I have studied (from kindergarden to engineering school)
Changed lines 113-114 from:
!!!Daily Exercises Feed
* [[#DailyExercisesFeed]]generate daily exercises feed
to:
!!![[#DailyExercisesFeed]]Daily Exercises Feed
* generate daily exercises feed
Changed lines 130-131 from:
!!!Smaller ideas
*
HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment
to:
!!![[#Thinking]]Thinking about thinking
Thinking is the process that extact information by transforming a probabilty distribution to another disbution using energy.

More classicly, your brain is an engine that execute a processes that update its own neural configuration based on newly perceived information using energy acquired by digestion.


!!!!See also
* Artificial Intelligence in which most techniques are based on statistics
* the scientific method which rely heavily on coorelation to deduce potential causation, statistical tests, regression analysis, ...
* Information Geometry in which the concept of manifolds is central
* my page [[Content.CognitiveDrag|Cognitive Drag]] which goal is to minimize inefficiency in the thinking process


!!![[#VR-HUD]]
HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment
Changed lines 147-149 from:
** [[http://learninggames.wordpress.com/|Learning Games]] by Daniel Livingstone
to:
** [[http://learninggames.wordpress.com/|Learning Games]] by Daniel Livingstone

!!![[#FeedsGoodPractices]]Automatic Feeds Good Practices
Changed lines 160-161 from:
* home sticky papers
* [[{$PageUrl}&action=edit|...add more]]
to:

!![[#ToDo]]To do
* add workflows
** follow wiki.process.io models
*** eventually build them there and link/embed
** import "E:\Work\Personnal tools\Reading process"
* link to [[Seedea:Content/Conceptstree|my concepts tree
]] in the cognitive scaffolding
* link to the article mentionning the [[Seedea:Content/Newconcepts#CognitiveCommons|Cognitive Commons]]
* link to [[(Seedea:)Seedea/Services]]
* describe home sticky papers
Changed lines 175-198 from:
!![[#Thinking]]Thinking about thinking
Thinking is the process that extact information by transforming a probabilty distribution to another disbution using energy.

More classicly, your brain is an engine that execute a processes that update its own neural configuration based on newly perceived information using energy acquired by digestion.


!!!See also
* Artificial Intelligence in which most techniques are based on statistics
* the scientific method which rely heavily on coorelation to deduce potential causation, statistical tests, regression analysis, ...
* Information Geometry in which the concept of manifolds is central
* my page [[Content.CognitiveDrag|Cognitive Drag]] which goal is to minimize inefficiency in the thinking process


!!To do
* add workflows
** follow wiki.process.io models
*** eventually build them there and link/embed
** import "E:\Work\Personnal tools\Reading process"
* link to [[Seedea:Content/Conceptstree|my concepts tree]] in the cognitive scaffolding
* link to the article mentionning the [[Seedea:Content/Newconcepts#CognitiveCommons|Cognitive Commons]]
* link to [[(Seedea:)Seedea/Services]]


!!See also
to:
!![[#See Also]]See also
Changed lines 188-189 from:
!!Inspiration
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.
to:
!![[#Inspiration]]Inspiration
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.
Added line 153:
Added line 158:
* my page [[Content.CognitiveDrag|Cognitive Drag]] which goal is to minimize inefficiency in the thinking process
September 25, 2009, at 12:52 PM by Fabien - #Thinking
Changed line 148 from:
!!Thinking
to:
!![[#Thinking]]Thinking about thinking
Added lines 152-156:

!!!See also
* Artificial Intelligence in which most techniques are based on statistics
* the scientific method which rely heavily on coorelation to deduce potential causation, statistical tests, regression analysis, ...
* Information Geometry in which the concept of manifolds is central
Changed lines 149-151 from:
Thinking is the process that extact information by transforming a distribution thanks to energy
to:
Thinking is the process that extact information by transforming a probabilty distribution to another disbution using energy.

More classicly, your brain is an engine that execute a processes that update its own neural configuration based on newly perceived information using energy acquired by digestion.
September 25, 2009, at 12:42 PM by Fabien - thinking
Added lines 146-149:


!!Thinking
Thinking is the process that extact information by transforming a distribution thanks to energy
September 24, 2009, at 03:58 PM by Fabien - #PrivateLibrary
Changed line 74 from:
** "Locate nearby http://www.engadget.com/2009/09/24/video-espresso-book-machine-now-serving-3-6-million-books-than/#continued|Book Printer]]"
to:
** "Locate nearby [[http://www.engadget.com/2009/09/24/video-espresso-book-machine-now-serving-3-6-million-books-than/#continued|Book Printer]]"
Added line 76:
*** if nothing nearby, send to [[http://www.lulu.com/|Lulu]]
September 24, 2009, at 03:56 PM by Fabien - print book
Changed lines 68-72 from:
Provided shared libraries
* 1 online server, each InterMap pointing to it
** check protection mechanism (cf [[http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/lighttpd-setup-a-password-protected-directory-directories.html|lighttpd directory password]])
* distributed each InterMap pointing locally
** check simple mirroring mechanism, cvs-style
to:
* Shared libraries
** 1 online server, each InterMap pointing to it
*** check protection mechanism (cf [[http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/lighttpd-setup-a-password-protected-directory-directories.html|lighttpd directory password]])
** distributed each InterMap pointing locally
*** check simple mirroring mechanism, cvs-style
* print
** "Locate nearby http://www.engadget.com/2009/09/24/video-espresso-book-machine-now-serving-3-6-million-books-than/#continued|Book Printer]]"
*** use an international index of such printers and your location
** "Print Book" and send your PDF to it
September 24, 2009, at 01:37 PM by Fabien - Cognition.CausalReadingTree#AnimationExample
Added line 45:
[[Cognition.CausalReadingTree#AnimationExample|Example of animation]]
Changed line 41 from:
bookF -> bookF [style=dotted];
to:
bookE -> bookF [style=dotted];
Added line 15:
** add suggestions, cf [[Seedea:Research/Bibliography#ToDo|ToDo section in Seedea Bibliography]]
Added line 35:
bookF [label="bookF" style=filled fillcolor=lightyellow];
Added line 41:
bookF -> bookF [style=dotted];
Changed line 18 from:
*** visually distinguish the topic, use a color by category
to:
*** visually distinguish the topic, associate a color by category (tags)
Added line 20:
*** link each book to its [[(ReadingNotes.)ReadingNotes]] page
Changed line 9 from:
A bibliography is a similar tool but for the writer, it's harder to backtrack what lead you to read a book or another.
to:
A bibliography is a similar tool for the writer but for the reader, it's harder to backtrack what lead you to read a book or another.
Changed line 9 from:
A bibliography is a similar tool but for the writer bu for the reader, it's harder to backtrack what lead you to read a book or another.
to:
A bibliography is a similar tool but for the writer, it's harder to backtrack what lead you to read a book or another.
Changed lines 35-36 from:
bookB -> bookD [label="also recommanded by John"];
bookA -> bookE;
to:
bookB -> bookD;
bookA -> bookE [label="also recommanded by John"];
Changed line 30 from:
bookC [label="bookC" style=filled illcolor=yellow];
to:
bookC [label="bookC" style=filled fillcolor=yellow];
Changed line 35 from:
bookB -> bookD [label "also recommanded by John"];
to:
bookB -> bookD [label="also recommanded by John"];
Changed lines 28-32 from:
"bookA" -> "bookB";
"bookB" -> "bookC";
"bookB" -> "bookD";
"bookA" -> "bookE";
"bookC" -> "bookE";
to:
bookA [label="bookA" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
bookB [label="bookB" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
bookC [label="bookC" style=filled illcolor=yellow];
bookD [label="bookD" style=filled fillcolor=orange];
bookE [label="bookE" style=filled fillcolor=yellow];
bookA -> bookB;
bookB -> bookC;
bookB -> bookD [label "also recommanded by John"];
bookA -> bookE;
bookC -> bookE
;
Changed lines 9-10 from:
to:
A bibliography is a similar tool but for the writer bu for the reader, it's harder to backtrack what lead you to read a book or another.
Changed line 12 from:
*generate it using
to:
* generate it using
Changed lines 14-16 from:
**chronological list of my past read items in [[(Content.)PersonalInformationStream]]
** bibliography is a similar tool but for the writer
*** for the reader, it's harder to backtrack what lead you to read a book or another
to:
** chronological list of my past read items in [[(Content.)PersonalInformationStream]]
* obtaining
Changed lines 18-21 from:
** visually distinguish the topic
*** use a color by category
** output to GraphViz code
*** embed as PmGraphViz
to:
*** visually distinguish the topic, use a color by category
*** output to GraphViz code, embed as PmGraphViz
Added lines 18-19:
** visually distinguish the topic
*** use a color by category
Changed lines 23-24 from:
bookA (lead to read) bookB (lead to read) bookC and bookD
bookA and bookC (lead to read) bookE
to:
* bookA (lead to read) bookB (lead to read) bookC and bookD
* bookA and bookC (lead to read) bookE
Changed lines 24-25 from:
to:
bookA and bookC (lead to read) bookE
Added lines 31-32:
"bookA" -> "bookE";
"bookC" -> "bookE";
Changed lines 23-24 from:
bookA (lead to read) bookB (lead to read) bookC
to:
bookA (lead to read) bookB (lead to read) bookC and bookD
Changed lines 27-29 from:
"bookA" -> "bookB" -> "bookC";
to:
"bookA" -> "bookB";
"bookB" -> "bookC";
"bookB" -> "bookD
";
Added lines 23-24:
bookA (lead to read) bookB (lead to read) bookC
Changed line 27 from:
"hello" -> "world";
to:
"bookA" -> "bookB" -> "bookC";
September 23, 2009, at 06:27 PM by Fabien - test pmgraphviz
Added lines 22-28:

(:pmgraphviz -- [=
digraph {
"hello" -> "world";
}
=] :)
Added lines 7-10:
!!!!Problem
How can I step-back and understand what lead me to my current knowledge?

!!!!Process
Added lines 21-22:
!!!!Example
Changed lines 26-27 from:
[[(Content.)PersonalInformationStream]] provides no link to my local files (or upload of them) though because I find just folders are enough (link content mean giving an URL to the files thus uploading, copyrights, etc...)
to:
[[(Content.)PersonalInformationStream]] provides no link to my local files (or upload of them) as link to content implies giving an URL to the files thus uploading delay, copyrights issues, etc...
Changed line 39 from:
!!!!Result
to:
!!!!Example
September 23, 2009, at 04:16 PM by Fabien - CausalReadingTree
Added lines 5-15:
!!![[#CausalReadingTree]]Causal Reading Tree

*generate it using
** internal links in the Motivation section in every [[(ReadingNotes.)ReadingNotes]]
**chronological list of my past read items in [[(Content.)PersonalInformationStream]]
** bibliography is a similar tool but for the writer
*** for the reader, it's harder to backtrack what lead you to read a book or another
** chronological animation of the generated causal tree
*** so that one can see it unfold moment by moment
** output to GraphViz code
*** embed as PmGraphViz
Changed lines 23-24 from:
[@[[MyLibrary:the Future of Ideas - Lawrence Lessig.pdf#page=10]]@] : [[MyLibrary:the Future of Ideas - Lawrence Lessig.pdf#page=10]]
to:
[@[[MyLibrary:the Future of Ideas - Lawrence Lessig.pdf#page=10]]@][[MyLibrary:the Future of Ideas - Lawrence Lessig.pdf#page=10|page10]]
[[MyLibrary:the Future of Ideas - Lawrence Lessig.pdf#search=test|search on "test"
]]
Changed lines 26-28 from:
Check htaccess to provided shared libraries
* 1 online server
* distributed with cvs-style mirroring mechanism
to:
Provided shared libraries
* 1 online server, each InterMap pointing to it
** check protection mechanism (cf [[http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/lighttpd-setup-a-password-protected-directory-directories.html|lighttpd directory password]])
* distributed each InterMap pointing locally
** check simple mirroring mechanism, cvs-style
Changed line 23 from:
[@[[MyLibrary:Ancient.Epistemology.CUP.2009.pdf#page=10]]@] : [[MyLibrary:Ancient.Epistemology.CUP.2009.pdf#page=10]]
to:
[@[[MyLibrary:the Future of Ideas - Lawrence Lessig.pdf#page=10]]@] : [[MyLibrary:the Future of Ideas - Lawrence Lessig.pdf#page=10]]
Changed line 23 from:
[@[[MyLibrary:Ancient.Epistemology.CUP.2009.pdf#page=10]]@]
to:
[@[[MyLibrary:Ancient.Epistemology.CUP.2009.pdf#page=10]]@] : [[MyLibrary:Ancient.Epistemology.CUP.2009.pdf#page=10]]
Changed line 23 from:
[@[[MyLibrary:Ancient.Epistemology.CUP.2009.eBook-ELOHiM.pdf#page=10]]@]
to:
[@[[MyLibrary:Ancient.Epistemology.CUP.2009.pdf#page=10]]@]
Added lines 27-28:
* 1 online server
* distributed with cvs-style mirroring mechanism
Added lines 24-26:

!!!!To do
Check htaccess to provided shared libraries
Added line 8:
!!!!Problem
Added line 11:
!!!!Process
Added lines 21-23:

!!!!Result
[@[[MyLibrary:Ancient.Epistemology.CUP.2009.eBook-ELOHiM.pdf#page=10]]@]
Changed line 8 from:
[[(Content.)PersonalInformationStream]] provides no link to my local files (or upload them) though because I find just folders are enough (link content mean giving an URL to the files thus uploading, copyrights, etc...)
to:
[[(Content.)PersonalInformationStream]] provides no link to my local files (or upload of them) though because I find just folders are enough (link content mean giving an URL to the files thus uploading, copyrights, etc...)
Changed line 16 from:
# update InterMap of the wiki with the URL
to:
# update [[http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/index.php?n=PmWiki.InterMap|InterMap]] of the wiki with the URL
Changed lines 8-9 from:
http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/index.php?n=Content.PersonalInformationStream
no link to my local files (or upload them) though because I find just folders are enough (link content mean giving an URL to the files thus uploading, copyrights, etc...)
to:
[[(Content.)PersonalInformationStream]] provides no link to my local files (or upload them) though because I find just folders are enough (link content mean giving an URL to the files thus uploading, copyrights, etc...)
September 19, 2009, at 02:16 PM by Fabien - #PrivateLibrary
Added lines 4-20:


!!![[#PrivateLibrary]]Private Library

http://seedea.free.fr/persowiki/index.php?n=Content.PersonalInformationStream
no link to my local files (or upload them) though because I find just folders are enough (link content mean giving an URL to the files thus uploading, copyrights, etc...)

# gives an URL to your collection
## edit /etc/httpd
## 127.0.0.1
### no upload and copyright problem
## remote server
### .htaccess required
# update InterMap of the wiki with the URL
# links page [@[[MyLibrary:book_name.pdf#page=99]]@]
## http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/en/acrobat/PDFOpenParameters.pdf
Changed lines 4-6 from:
* [[#EducationSelfUpdate]]list the institutional books I have studied (from kindergarden to engineering school)
to:
!!!Education Self-Update
*
[[#EducationSelfUpdate]]list the institutional books I have studied (from kindergarden to engineering school)
Added lines 34-35:

!!!Daily Exercises Feed
Added lines 51-52:

!!!Smaller ideas
Added line 22:
**** cf paper notes
Added lines 25-26:
*** Frederic
**** cf [[http://seedea.org/buffering/discussion-with-Frederic.txt|11/09/09 discussion]]
Added lines 9-10:
*** [[http://www.education.gouv.fr/pid12/outils-de-documentation-d-information.html|Outils de documentation, d'information]] from the Ministère de l'Education Nationale
*** [[http://www.sceren.fr/|Centre national de documentation pédagogique (CNDP)]]
Changed line 24 from:
** [[http://www.inrp.fr/Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique (INRP)]]
to:
** [[http://www.inrp.fr/|Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique (INRP)]]
Changed lines 24-26 from:
** [[http://www.inrp.fr/musee/|Musée national de l'Education]]
to:
** [[http://www.inrp.fr/Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique (INRP)]]
*** [[http://www.inrp.fr/musee/|Musée national de l'Education]]
*** [[http://www.inrp.fr/inrp/recherche/programmes/Apprentissages%20curriculum%20didactiques%20/programme-apprentissages-curriculum-didactiques-acd|Programme Apprentissages, curriculum, didactiques (ACD)
]]
September 06, 2009, at 07:57 PM by Fabien - Musée national de l'Education
Added line 24:
** [[http://www.inrp.fr/musee/|Musée national de l'Education]]
September 06, 2009, at 02:52 PM by Fabien - Discipline in Thought
Added lines 77-80:
* [[http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/EWD/video-audio/NoorderlichtVideo.html|Edsger Dijkstra - Denken Als Discipline (Discipline in Thought)]], VPRO Television 2001
** "For myself, the most important thing has been '''the daily discipline of neatly writing down your thoughts and what you do.'''" ~6min50
** streaming on [[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6873628658308030363|Google Video mirror]]
Changed lines 6-7 from:
** highlight the new paradigms
*** eventually generalize the result and make it a wiki to faciliate "getting up-to-date"
to:
*** highlight the new paradigms
**** eventually generalize the result and make it a wiki to faciliate "getting up-to-date"
Changed lines 10-11 from:
**** generate the equivalent of a diff (or Wiki History page)
**** compare each to the current situation here and abroad
to:
**** import user data from Copain d'Avant or similar websites
*** generate the equivalent of a diff (or Wiki History page)
*** compare each to the current situation here and abroad
September 05, 2009, at 11:15 AM by Fabien - #EducationSelfUpdate
Added lines 4-22:
* [[#EducationSelfUpdate]]list the institutional books I have studied (from kindergarden to engineering school)
** find the notions that have since then been proven wrong
** highlight the new paradigms
*** eventually generalize the result and make it a wiki to faciliate "getting up-to-date"
** mine the french Education National archive
*** get each year official program on content
**** generate the equivalent of a diff (or Wiki History page)
**** compare each to the current situation here and abroad
*** repeat for methodologies
** do this in collaboration with teacher friends, being teacher then or new teacher now
*** Alain Burlot (physique-chimie)
*** Mme Carre (allemand)
*** Mme Buhard (francais)
*** Claude Herviou (francais)
*** Emilie Tanguy (general)
*** Raphael Sonnier (general)
*** Matthieu Herviou (mathematique)
** schools should provide such a tool in them and when one leaves them
*** it would also impair the rote learning paradigm
Changed lines 44-45 from:
* link to [[Seedea:/Content/Conceptstree|my concepts tree]] in the cognitive scaffolding
* link to the article mentionning the [[Seedea:/Content/Newconcepts#CognitiveCommons|Cognitive Commons]]
to:
* link to [[Seedea:Content/Conceptstree|my concepts tree]] in the cognitive scaffolding
* link to the article mentionning the [[Seedea:Content/Newconcepts#CognitiveCommons|Cognitive Commons]]
Changed line 46 from:
* link to [[(Seedea:/)Seedea/Services]]
to:
* link to [[(Seedea:)Seedea/Services]]
Added lines 35-47:
* does [[(Content.)PersonalInformationStream]] act as a feedback loop?
** (hopefuly) producing by public the positive effect on focusing on quality


!!To do
* add workflows
** follow wiki.process.io models
*** eventually build them there and link/embed
** import "E:\Work\Personnal tools\Reading process"
* link to [[Seedea:/Content/Conceptstree|my concepts tree]] in the cognitive scaffolding
* link to the article mentionning the [[Seedea:/Content/Newconcepts#CognitiveCommons|Cognitive Commons]]
* link to [[(Seedea:/)Seedea/Services]]
Changed line 12 from:
** feedback mechanism regarding exercises efficiency (eventually uniquely based on tests)
to:
*** feedback mechanism regarding exercises efficiency (eventually uniquely based on tests)
Added line 12:
** feedback mechanism regarding exercises efficiency (eventually uniquely based on tests)
August 01, 2009, at 09:36 PM by Fabien - #DailyExercisesFeed
Changed line 4 from:
* generate daily exercises feed
to:
* [[#DailyExercisesFeed]]generate daily exercises feed
Added line 27:
*** eventually use this with [[http://semanticweb.org/|SMW]] to make a daily random feed, configure the number of items, add the ability to inject the item in a SMW, etc
Added line 17:
*** no existing dedicated semantic wiki according to [[http://semanticweb.org/wiki/Semantic_wiki#Existing_Semantic_Wikis|semanticweb.org listing]] and #semanticmediawiki on freenode
Changed line 8 from:
*** provide an API to pull the exercise form and add content from other sources
to:
*** provide an API to pull the exercise form (as a template) and add content from other sources
August 01, 2009, at 04:26 PM by Fabien - puzzles
Added lines 15-16:
*** [[http://www.freepuzzles.com/|Free Puzzle Collections]]
*** [[http://nobelprize.org/educational_games/|Educational Games]] on NobelPrize.org
August 01, 2009, at 04:22 PM by Fabien - Learning Games by Daniel Livingstone
Added line 18:
** [[http://learninggames.wordpress.com/|Learning Games]] by Daniel Livingstone
Added line 14:
*** extracting the exercises from FOSS e-Learning tools
Added line 21:
** inject serendipity, i.e. [[http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Special:random|Wikiversity random]]
Changed line 13 from:
*** [[http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Category:Quizzes|wikiversity list of quizzes]] ([[http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Help:Quiz|with its help]])
to:
*** [[http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Category:Quizzes|Wikiversity list of quizzes]] ([[http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Help:Quiz|with its help]])
Added line 13:
*** [[http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Category:Quizzes|wikiversity list of quizzes]] ([[http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Help:Quiz|with its help]])
Added line 12:
** a kind of WikiExercises to mashup content from Wikiversity/Wikibooks and other sources
August 01, 2009, at 04:00 PM by Fabien - Julian Lombardi's Blog
Added line 14:
** [[http://julianlombardi.blogspot.com/|Julian Lombardi's Blog]] especially focusing on Croquet/Cobalt
August 01, 2009, at 03:56 PM by Fabien - global repostory of exercises
Changed lines 4-5 from:
* generate daily exercises feed (RSS)
**
based on the different wiki pages
to:
* generate daily exercises feed
** based on the different wiki pages and
** global repostory of exercises in a specific format by data type or domain
*** periodically contributed by peer reviewed papers on education
*** provide an API to pull the exercise form and add content from other sources
** to finally provide
*** generated exercises to be embedded (in a wiki, a feed reader, a link, ...)
*** then every morning I would have an RSS feed with randomly picked exercises adapted to the content I want to learn (instead of always the same type, forcing me to be focused)
Added lines 4-5:
* generate daily exercises feed (RSS)
** based on the different wiki pages
Changed lines 19-21 from:
* [[Content.Education#RelatedProjects|my related projects]] section of the [[(Content.)Education]] page
to:
* the [[(Content.)Education]] page
**
[[Content.Education#RelatedProjects|my related projects]]
** [[Content.Education#e-Learning|e-Learning tools]]
Changed line 8 from:
*** as proposed in the [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Content/Newconcepts#ToDo|To Do] section of the New Concept page
to:
*** as proposed in the [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Content/Newconcepts#ToDo|To Do]] section of the New Concept page
July 31, 2009, at 08:55 PM by Fabien - HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment
Changed lines 4-6 from:
* [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Content/Newconcepts#ToDo|To Do]] in the New concept page
** monitor listings to detect inactivity and suggest appropriate action
*** foster
/boost discoveries
to:
* HUD for your PIM in the learning VR environment
** see also [[http:
//www.researchchannel.org/prog/displayevent.aspx?rid=27622|The Mashup of Virtual Worlds and Learning: Steps Toward a Platform Independent Solution]] by Henry Kelly, GMU-TV 2008
* boost discoveries of new items by monitor listings
** detect inactivity and suggest appropriate action
*** as proposed in the [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Content/Newconcepts#ToDo|To Do] section of the New Concept page
*** see also To Do section in new vocabulary, etc...
Deleted line 13:
* see also To Do section in new vocabulary, etc...
Deleted line 14:
* ..?
July 30, 2009, at 04:56 PM by Fabien - added twisted
Changed lines 7-8 from:
** potentially use an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Event-driven_programming|event-driven]] framework to produce/consume RSS in coordination with time and other events
*** events and the web as an entire functionnal [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dataflow|dataflow]] system?
to:
** potentially use an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Event-driven_programming|event-driven]] framework to produce/consume RSS (items as events) in coordination with time and other events
*** [[http://twistedmatrix.com/trac/|Twisted]] in Python from Twisted Matrix Labs, MIT license
*** consequently thinking of
the web as an entire functionnal [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dataflow|dataflow]] system?
Added line 8:
*** events and the web as an entire functionnal [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dataflow|dataflow]] system?
July 30, 2009, at 04:34 PM by Fabien - RSS+event-driven
Added lines 7-8:
** potentially use an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Event-driven_programming|event-driven]] framework to produce/consume RSS in coordination with time and other events
*** see more [[Content.TheRSSquest|RSS dedicated tools]]
July 30, 2009, at 03:11 PM by Fabien - Cognitive Commons
Added line 17:
* looking for repositories of [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Content/Newconcepts#CognitiveCommons|Cognitive Commons]]
July 30, 2009, at 12:32 PM by Fabien - Seedea/Onlineoutsourcing
Changed lines 14-16 from:
* "[[Content.Education#RelatedProjects|my related projects]] section of the [[(Content.)Education]] page
to:
* [[Content.Education#RelatedProjects|my related projects]] section of the [[(Content.)Education]] page
* [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Seedea/Onlineoutsourcing|Online outsourcing]] at Seedea
** resources on how to remotly delegate cognition
Added lines 5-6:
** monitor listings to detect inactivity and suggest appropriate action
*** foster/boost discoveries
Added lines 1-15:
Add cognitive good habits, current, past or to explore.

!!Recipes
* [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Content/Newconcepts#ToDo|To Do]] in the New concept page
* see also To Do section in new vocabulary, etc...
* home sticky papers
* ..?
* [[{$PageUrl}&action=edit|...add more]]

!!See also
* [[http://wiki.seedea.org/Content/Mypersonalcognitivescaffolding|personal cognitive scaffolding]]
* "[[Content.Education#RelatedProjects|my related projects]] section of the [[(Content.)Education]] page

!!Inspiration
* doing it with food and objects, now with intangible objects.

GreenMarinee theme adapted by David Gilbert, powered by PmWiki