Annotation:Annotationen:Cybernetics, Experience, and the Concept of Self/Dd1wdooq3z

From DigiVis
Jump to: navigation, search
Annotation of Annotationen:Cybernetics,_Experience,_and_the_Concept_of_Self
Annotation Comment In other words, if there are several kinds of disturbance and, consequently, several kinds of error signals, the system has to discover which of the activities in its behavioral repertoire is most likely to correct a particular error signal. On the simplest level this can be achieved only through inductive inference.
Last Modification Date 2019-07-23T17:11:06.857Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
Annotation Metadata
^"permissions":^"read":ӶӺ,"update":ӶӺ,"delete":ӶӺ,"admin":ӶӺ°,"user":^"id":6,"name":"Sarah Oberbichler"°,"id":"Dd1wdooq3z","ranges":Ӷ^"start":"/divӶ3Ӻ/divӶ4Ӻ/divӶ1Ӻ/divӶ1Ӻ/divӶ1Ӻ/pӶ1Ӻ","startOffset":717,"end":"/divӶ3Ӻ/divӶ4Ӻ/divӶ1Ӻ/divӶ1Ӻ/divӶ1Ӻ/pӶ1Ӻ","endOffset":1035°Ӻ,"quote":"In other words, if there are several kinds of disturbance and, consequently, several kinds of error signals, the system has to discover which of the activities in its behavioral repertoire is most likely to correct a particular error signal. On the simplest level this can be achieved only through inductive inference.","highlights":Ӷ^"jQuery321018445904016442962":^°°Ӻ,"text":"In other words, if there are several kinds of disturbance and, consequently, several kinds of error signals, the system has to discover which of the activities in its behavioral repertoire is most likely to correct a particular error signal. On the simplest level this can be achieved only through inductive inference.","order":"mw-content-text","category":"Schlussfolgerung3","data_creacio":1563894666018°