Simility Theory

The simility theory deals with the similarity of objects and conceptions, or something similar. Everything is either the same or not. But not everything is either the same or different. Aristotle, εἰσαγωγή (Preface to Metaphysics) Things can only differ in quantity. In the quality they can also be similar. The simility theory is based on […]

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Three System Laws

In my investigations on cellular automata, I came upon the following effects, which occur very frequently there and which are also responsible for the special fascination with such machines. From this, general statements can be formulated. Context is thus the automaton theory, but the statements also have validity for other forms of optimization calculus and […]

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Nothing does not exist

Nothing does not exist. There is always something. And if this something was nothing, then nothing is something. The nothing would be the idealized state of “something, that doesn’t exist”. I am convinced, that we will later return to a notion of something what conformes to the aether (αἰθήρ). The door thither are all these […]

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What is Similarity ?

For deduplication as well as with Spiking Neural Networks (SNNs), similarity plays a major role. Similarity is mathematically difficult to express. The currently known approaches go in two directions: Distance (metric methods) The Number of matching elements in relation to the total set amount (stochastic methods) Distances What is meant here is mainly the distance […]

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KS-ProjectPlanner Pro 2015

In the first releases, KS-ProjectPlanner was published as a freeware. There have been many downloads and user requests for more features. Many of the requested features are now realized in the Pro Version. The program has also become much more powerful. Where the freeware version could handle hundreds of tasks fluently, the Pro version can […]

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The Brain – A Spiking Neural Network (SNN)

What it is The Brain is an experimental Spiking Neural Network (SNN) application. SNNs are a simulation of neurons as they exist in nature. This shouldn’t be confused with classical Backpropagation Networks, which are used for pattern recognition, OCR and stuff like that. A Neuron has many inputs called Synapses, and one output called Axon. […]

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