COMPUTATIONAL PHILOSOPHY

CTEST LABORATORIES

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT    

COMPUTATIONAL Logic  &  Epistemology

Computational Philosophy is the branch of Philosophy that investigates Epistemology, Action/Intention Theory, Ethics, and Logic using discrete structures, symbolic representation, algorithms, and inference methods suitable for modeling in software. Computational Philosophy uses software modeling as the primary approach to rational inquiry. It distinguishes itself in that its questions, answers, and methods are reducible to artifacts that can be represented by mathematical formalism, computer languages, and signal processing.


Project: GRIOT, COGNOPAEDIA

Computational Linguistics is an interdisciplinary field concerned with the statistical and logical modeling of natural language from a computational perspective. It draws from researchers in the fields of linguistics, computer science especially artificial intelligence, logic, and cognitive psychology. Computational linguists are focused on providing computational models (such as knowledge-based or data-driven models) of various kinds of linguistic phenomena.



Project: ISIS

COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS

  1. S.O.S.  DELORis  ROBOT

    (Sink Or Swim Deep Lake Observation

     Reconnaissance Information System)


  1. SAM & SIMON PROJECTS

    (Server Auditing and Monitoring &

     Sensitive Instrument  with Opportunistic

     Notification)


  1. MCPLP ROBOTICS VIDEO SURVEY

    (Mill Creek Park Lakes Project)

PROJECTS


  1. PROJECT ARCHIVES


  1. CAVE DRAWINGS

    (Cosmology of Artificial Intelligence

    Visualized Epistemically)

 

  1. AIM / AIR

     (Alternative Inference for Machines

    and Robots)