On Tue, 27 Mar 2001, Robert J. Bradbury wrote:
> Oh come on. Use (American) football as a metaphor for human behavior.
> If you want to instantiate *all* of the possible states and
> responses, I would agree that it gets very large. But you can
Of course, I thought that was the assumption when people say "lookup
table". I.e. something which maps all sensorics to all motorics, including
the inner state. All of it, for all cases which can occur in human life.
> sharply constrain this with range-constrained lookup tables,
> e.g. "if player X goes left from 5-10 yards" then I block "here".
Ahh, you're cheating. Introducing conditionals, and things. A lookup table
is just a dictionary, assigning some very large binary vector to another
very large binary vector.
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