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We analyze computer-generated poems written with a mesostomatic algorithm. We show that computer-generated poetry is meaningful in the same way as human-generated poetry and that this poetic meaning must renounce one-to-one correspondence to reality, objective or subjective. We further show that the ability of a computer poet to produce meaning is stable with respect to a change in language. On this basis, the computer poet’s reflections on some events in modern American history are analyzed by close reading.
This investigation deals with the intelligent
system for parallel fault-tolerant diagnostic tests construction. A modified
parallel algorithm for fault-tolerant diagnostic tests construction is
proposed. The algorithm is allowed to optimize processing
time on tests construction. A matrix model of data and knowledge representation,
as well as various kinds of regularities in data and knowledge are presented.
Applied intelligent system for diagnostic of mental health of population which is developed with the use
of intelligent system for parallel fault-tolerant DTs construction is