From: Ben Goertzel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 15 2004 - 19:51:01 MST
> > IMPORTANT POINT: If I were Ben and working on Novamente, I
> > would be making sure that my freezing and thawing (storage
> > and retrieval) of schemas, atomspaces, etc. was available
> > through XML and that Sasha 2's syntax was XML compliant.
I really don't see the practical use of making Sasha (an
as-yet-unimplemented programming language for specifying
Novamente-internal procedures and knowledge structures) XML-compliant,
Pretty much, the use of a Sasha procedure to humans is only inside other
Sasha programs.... And, Novamente will not analyze Sasha programs as
series of text characters anyway -- it'll analyze them as data
structures (CombinatorTrees, CombinatorDAG's, etc.). Once a Sasha
program has been interpreted into a combinator tree, whether its source
code was XML-compliant or not is irrelevant, isn't it?
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