Phil 2.13.19

7:00 – 7:00 ASRC IRAD TL

  • The Digital Clockwork Muse: A Computational Model of Aesthetic Evolution
    • This paper presents a computational model of creativity that attempts to capture within a social context an important aspect of the art and design process: the search for novelty. The computational model consists of multiple novelty-seeking agents that can assess the interestingness of artworks. The agents can communicate to particularly interesting artworks to others. Agents can also communicate to reward other agents for finding interesting artworks. We present the results from running experiments to investigate the effects of searching for different degrees of novelty on the artworks produced and the social organisation of the agents.
  • Upload the rest of Slack Tymora.
  • Create some txt files and feed into LMN. I’m thinking of by player and then by slice. Do this for both PHPBB and Slack data. Other ideas
    • Look into coherence measures
    • Are there economic models of attention? (ArXive)
    • TAACO is an easy to use tool that calculates 150 indices of both local and global cohesion, including a number of type-token ratio indices (including specific parts of speech, lemmas, bigrams, trigrams and more), adjacent overlap indices (at both the sentence and paragraph level), and connectives indices.
    • CRAT is an easy to use tool that includes over 700 indices related to lexical sophistication, cohesion and source text/summary text overlap. CRAT is particularly well suited for the exploration of writing quality as it relates to summary writing.
    •  TAALED is an analysis tool designed to calculate a wide variety of lexical diversity indices. Homographs are disambiguated using part of speech tags, and indices are calculated using lemma forms. Indices can also be calculated using all lemmas, content lemmas, or function lemmas. Also available is diagnostic output which allows the user to see how TAALED processed each word.
    • TAALES is a tool that measures over 400 classic and new indices of lexical sophistication, and includes indices related to a wide range of sub-constructs.  TAALES indices have been used to inform models of second language (L2) speaking proficiency, first language (L1) and L2 writing proficiency, spoken and written lexical proficiency, genre differences, and satirical language.
    • SEANCE is an easy to use tool that includes 254 core indices and 20 component indices based on recent advances in sentiment analysis. In addition to the core indices, SEANCE allows for a number of customized indices including filtering for particular parts of speech and controlling for instances of negation.
    • TAASSC is an advanced syntactic analysis tool. It measures a number of indices related to syntactic development. Included are classic indices of syntactic complexity (e.g., mean length of T-unit) and fine-grained indices of phrasal (e.g., number of adjectives per noun phrase) and clausal (e.g., number of adverbials per clause) complexity. Also included are indices that are grounded in usage-based perspectives to language acquisition that rely on frequency profiles of verb argument constructions.
    • GAMET is an easy to use tool that provides incidence counts for structural and mechanics errors in texts including grammar, spelling, punctuation, white space, and repetition errors. The tool also provides line output for the errors flagged in the text.
    • Comparison of Top 6 Python NLP Libraries
      • NLTK (Natural Language Toolkit) is used for such tasks as tokenization, lemmatization, stemming, parsing, POS tagging, etc. This library has tools for almost all NLP tasks.
      • Spacy is the main competitor of the NLTK. These two libraries can be used for the same tasks.
      • Scikit-learn provides a large library for machine learning. The tools for text preprocessing are also presented here.
      • Gensim is the package for topic and vector space modeling, document similarity.
      • The general mission of the Pattern library is to serve as the web mining module. So, it supports NLP only as a side task.
      • Polyglot is the yet another python package for NLP. It is not very popular but also can be used for a wide range of the NLP tasks.
  • Continuing writing Clockwork Muse review
  • Reading Attachment 1 to BAA FA8750-18-S-7014. “While white papers will be considered if received prior to 6:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST) on 30 Sep 2022, the following submission dates are suggested to best align with projected funding:” 
    • FY20 – 15 April 2019
  • AIMS/ML Meeting. Not sure what the outcome was, other than folks are covered for this quarter?
  • Long, wide ranging meeting with Wayne at Frisco’s. Gave him an account on Antibubbles.com. And it seems like we won first place for Blue Sky papers?

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