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The Dynamical Context
Exploring an Architecture for Analogy Making
The Word-Sensibility Model
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Jan: Do you want to eat?
Pat: Yeah.
Topic eat: hungry food
An orientation is shared between Jan and Pat.
• Jan knows Pat i...

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The topic eat is situational in the sense that it involves a context. However,
eat is also a dynamic. It is an action that...

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  1. 1. The Dynamical Context Exploring an Architecture for Analogy Making The Word-Sensibility Model 1
  2. 2. Jan: Do you want to eat? Pat: Yeah. Topic eat: hungry food An orientation is shared between Jan and Pat. • Jan knows Pat is hungry. • Pat knows Jan is talking about food. It is a sequence: If hungry Then food. What is a Dynamical Context and What Does It Mean in a Communication? An orientation is a normative response and is well anchored in a system. 2 Sharing Orientation
  3. 3. The topic eat is situational in the sense that it involves a context. However, eat is also a dynamic. It is an action that can be decoupled from the context. Theoretically, an orientation decoupled from a Situational Context may become a Dynamical Context. This means that a decoupled orientation may now be coupled to new situations. Topic Eat: hungry success Pat: Can you manage another project? Jan: Just keep feeding me! Dynamic sense is repurposed. Metaphoric Relations What is a Dynamical Context and What Does It Mean in a Communication? 3
  4. 4. The word-sensibility model provides two systems of context, the Situational Context and the Dynamical Context. A Dynamical Context is not the same as a dynamic context. A dynamic context has changes that are simply dynamics of the Situational Context. The Dynamical Context refers to the agent’s orientation to a situation. Although the Dynamical Context deals with changes, it does this from its zero-point of orientation — its constant. The orientation is central to its dynamical system but it does not change, therefor it is not dynamic, but dynamical. A Dynamical Context Orients an Agent to a Communication A Dynamical Context is a frame of reference for a communication. Its primary function is to provide a homeostatic sense of orientation. An Orientation is a Constant 4
  5. 5. The Dynamical Context represents an Agent’s internal actions — actions used to orient a method of calibration to make sense of a situation. For a Dynamical Context to have truth conditions it requires a Situational Context. • Only when coupled to a situation can a Dynamical Context have meaning. Theoretically, when an Agent reads a text, it must compare the Situational Context with the Dynamical Context. A Dynamical Context Orients an Agent to a Communication Without a Dynamical Context there is no grounding — no way of comparing— no orientation. Matching Finds Meaning 5
  6. 6. Word-Sensibility Model: General Architecture Start: Textual Input Situational Context Re-reader Dynamical Context Central Processor (Process Cycles) Orientation (Feed Forward) Coupling Potential Input Message Input Orientation Reader (Grammar) Finish: Demonstrate Objective Understanding Output: Cycle Complete Output Cycle The Central Processor receives two inputs; the Situational-Relations and the Dynamical-Orientations. 6 Feed Back Potential Situation Actual Dynamic Sense
  7. 7. The process is about the agent and its environment. Agent and Environment Relation Dynamical Context Situational Context World Agent Relations Truth Conditions Decoupled Coupled Orientation Central Processor Potential Actual Self Culture Other 7
  8. 8. Attending Relations Attending The World Attending Experiences Agent and Environment Relation It’s about attending the experience of attending interacting in the world rather then attending the world directly. Dynamical Context Situational Context World Agent Relations Truth Conditions Decoupled Coupled Orientation Central Processor Potential Situations Actual Dynamics Self Culture Other 8
  9. 9. Dynamical Context: Represented in Quadranyms. Situational Context: Represented in words and sentences. Matching: The primary task is to match words and sentences to quadranyms. The word-sensibility model is a way to represent the relations between the Dynamical and Situational Contexts. The Word-Sensibility Model 9 Individual orientation to the environment becomes an orientation that individuals can share. We call this: The Principle of the orientation of Interactivity. (See: https://buildintuit.com/the-principle-of-orientation-summary/ )
  10. 10. The Word-Sensibility Model Buildintuit.com: The Word-Sensibility Model Unpacking words with word-sensibility analysis begins with a distinction in the contextualizing of word sense. A Situational Context is the communicative ability to present or understand the objective circumstances in which an event occurs and will sometimes include the appropriate behaviors associated with it. We introduce the idea of a Dynamical Context which is something different and can be generally described as follows: • Dynamical Context: a situation resonates with a preexisting psychology, a predetermined expectation for behavior within that situation, and produces a synergy response, reshaped for the moment. • Dynamical Contextual Systems: characterized by the potential for multiple dynamic areas and interactions between them. Dynamical Context (Standard Description) 10
  11. 11. Dynamical Contexts are self generating. However, they have no truth condition unless coupled to something in the world. A Dynamical Context requires a Situational Context to have meaning. Final Thoughts & Summary An agent responds to the world with internal actions. These internal actions are used to make sense of the world. They accumulate and can be recalled when needed. They provide actual dynamic sense. They can be used to make sense of many different things. Some are used more than others. For example, spatial dynamic sense is often used. Consider the communication of emotion when one says, “My mood is up” or “My mood is down”. Using a sense of action to make sense of something else is called a Dynamical Context. Rather than using a new internal Dynamical Context for every external input, previous Dynamical Contexts are used. Regularly used Dynamical Contexts provide the general units for hierarchical layers. Theoretically, nested hierarchical dynamical systems are used for orientation. A Situational Context aims to represent the world as it actually is. However, it is only a potential of the Dynamical Context. When a Dynamical Context is reliably coupled to a Situational Context the situational entity becomes a variable allowing other variables to be used. This means that every situational entity is only a potential, a possible joint in the cycle. To succeed in a communication depends on repurposing orientations. Buildintuit.com: The Word-Sensibility Model 11

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