Implementing a cybermind cythot

It would not be that much work to define cythot processes

In title square bracket syntal we already have defined references. A relaton is just a ordered set of references, perhaps with the same label.

A doton is the same thing only it hairs into primitive processes and references and is market to be processed by a active cythot, see example 1 below.

And since we can make inter domain references it is not necessary for all the processes to be defined within our own domain. If the cythot hairs into a inter domain reference it just keeps processing but the processing is taking place on the foreign domain; see example 2 below.

Tags

  1. cybermind
  2. cythot
  3. threads

Comments


Seth says
Example 1:  [!do at [group seth] (ve (type person) then collectas (people) sayitem next ing)  ]

Example 2: [!do at [group seth] (ve (type person) then [title collectas] (people) sayitem next ing)  ]

Mark de LA says
where would this space of CyEnglish (MPL) go? in a link?

Seth says
... yes, a link is an arrow. a relaton is a ordered set of arrows perhaps with the same label. a doton is a ordered set of arrows with the label !do that tells the interperter it can be interperted.

Seth says
Here is Winnie's rendition of of the cythot from the cover of the cybermind manual circa 1985.


Seth says
There are quite a nuber of unmapped concepts here yet. I'm not going to develop this now. But a cybermind like cythot running on items might be a intreguing thing to consider.

Seth says
One wonders if writing cyenglish code like that would be substantually easier than writing the SQL to do the same thing.

Seth says
It may be better to keep comments are the relaton/doton and keep the item to which they are attached as just the topic. It describes what follows. Then use a ":" to separate the label from the references. Using that strategy i will give an example of a relaton in the next comment.

Seth says
needs resources:  s cybrmind programmers  s killer app [title cybermind funding]

Seth says
Note the subject of the above statement is "Implementing a cybermind cythot' the verb is "needs resources" and it has two tag rooms and an title room as its objects. It is in the context of the 'group seth' and the the tagroom "cybermind"

Seth says
Consequently the examples above are written poorly. Here i wll write them again ...

Seth says
!do at group seth ( ( ve (type person) then collectas (people) sayitem) next ing)  

Seth says
we won't need the outer square brackets and i fixed a bug in the code

Seth says
and example 2 ...

Seth says
!do at group seth
( ve (type person)
    ( then [title collectas] (people) sayitem)
next ing )  

Seth says
Note i would opt for the standard function() syntax. After fighting the ject acton and its hazards i would avoid it here. Everybody expects function(object) syntax now ... why buck the traffic.

Seth says
Note too that even the actions on this node are context sensitive in that they are clearly marked as being penned by me. Had you written them, a cythot might have refused to execuite the code.

Seth says
There is no reason to use parenthesis over curly braces. Though such a reason for or against might emerge.

Mark de LA says
It is strange that after all these years some of this still makes sense. I might , if this became public, use some of the more modern concepts of objects, interators & different kinds of loops.

Seth says
Aslo i would not recomment giving up on my nifty then/else decision mechinisms. I still think it is far less tedious and more efficient than the traditonal if (condition) {block}. What is more it is adaptable to trnsidental logic.

Mark de LA says
At one time I described CyberMind as a sort of inverted assembly language for the Apple/Amiga computer. At this time I could see it as inverting the whole internet. (;-))

Seth says
and enough , enough ... back to redesigning /add/

Mark de LA says
In other words we have a meta-language for presenting networked information complete within the medium itself.

Seth says
At this time I could see it as inverting the whole internet. (;-))
Hmmm ... didnt know u saw that ... well we had a modem and the internet was still in it's pre infancy ... we almost found it with what's her name's company. Oh well

Seth says
Who knows ... perhaps it wanted to go to sleep and wake up when the world was ready for it

Seth says
What is so strange is that a year ago or so i though i had lost it ... totally over the hill. Now with this fastblogit it is all comming back and its like i can program like i did at 30 ... of course the suff im doing now is mostly purloining stuff that already works.

Seth says
"In other words we have a meta-language for presenting networked information complete within the medium itself."

Yep that is pretty much the way i see it.  A language for networking information together where the statement of processing and the statement of facts  is in the same plane.   Separating them just makes it hard to get to what is defining the automated processess that are giving you results.

Mark de LA says
Each new link is like forming a synapse in the mind of man, eh ?

Mark de LA says
What are your thoughts on wild cards in title rooms like /title/grep fart .... grep is linux for look for all records with the word fart in it.

Mark de LA says
I find that looking for a specific title is hard if you don't know how the item is titled. Incidently tgrep is Stanford's program for looking for a specific tree structure

Seth says
That sounds more like a request for a search room, not limited just to titles.

.../seth/search/argument

Seth says
click on a box ... type in a search argument ... and get a room that matches the search ... kind of like google works

Seth says
.../tags/cybermind,syntax/search/implementing a

Is a request for a room of items tagged with "cybermind" and "syntax" and containing the text "implementing a" anywhere in the content or title

Seth says
i coded this .2wish because of the desire for a full text search feature

Mark de LA says
search in titles, tags, about, I say etc ?

Seth says
yes

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