Pattern-Based Reasoning System Using Self-incremental Neural Network for Propositional Logic
We propose an architecture for reasoning with pattern-based if-then rules that is effective for intelligent systems like robots solving varying tasks autonomously in a real environment. The proposed system can store pattern-based if-then rules of propositional logic, including conjunctions, disjunctions, negations, and implications. The naive pattern-based reasoning can store pattern-based if-then rules and make inferences using them. However, it remains insufficient for intelligent systems operating in a real environment. The proposed system uses an algorithm that is inspired by self-incremental neural networks such as SONIN and SOINN-AM in order to achieve incremental learning, generalization, avoidance of duplicate results, and robustness to noise, which are important properties for intelligent systems
KeywordsReasoning neural network intelligent agent intelligent robot
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