Show simple item record Weerakoon, WAC Karunananda, AS Dias, NGJ 2019-07-04T08:03:57Z 2019-07-04T08:03:57Z
dc.description.abstract Computers with the Von-Neumann architecture improve their processing power with the support of memory. This architecture has been improved by introducing different types of memories. The research we conduct has been inspired by the fact that humans are able to improve their memories with the support of continuous processing in the mind. It is evident that we can start with a smaller memory to drive the processing, which in turn improves, both the memory and the processing. This is analogous to how a person uses short-notes to do processing on a larger knowledge base. We postulate the processor to use the said smaller memory to access the bigger knowledge base, without the processor directly accessing the knowledge base as in the present computations. Thus we are researching into the development of the said small memory, say tactics memory, as a novel memory for Von-Neumann architecture. In doing so, we have exploited the Buddhist theory of mind, which presents everything as a phenomenon that occurs when the related conditions are met We have developed algebra for modeling the tactics memory. The tactics memory can be introduced both as a software or hardware solution for computations. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Theory of computing, Buddhist Theory of mind, 24-Causal Relationships, Functional Programming, Finite Automaton, Memory models, Tactic Memory. en_US
dc.title Modeling memory as conditional phenomena for a new theory of computing en_US
dc.type Conference-Abstract en_US
dc.identifier.faculty IT en_US
dc.identifier.department Department of Computational Mathematics en_US
dc.identifier.year 2012 en_US
dc.identifier.conference Sri Lanka Association for Artificial Intelligence (SLAAI) - 2012 en_US Open University of Sri Lanka en_US
dc.identifier.pgnos pp. 57 - 64 en_US en_US en_US en_US

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