Language Review 5/3/2012 1:02:00 PM
Normally how test questions are laid out.
Two answers, and then reasoning
a. yes 6-2=3
b. yes 6-3-3
c. no 2+3=4
d. no 2+3=5
TP(AB) = P(ABlA) = # of times you saw AB/# of times you saw A
TP(ko/si) # of times kso/si / # of times ko
TP(ja/vo) # of times ja/si / # of times ja
TP can be though of like a tide
Every time the TP is at low tide we put a boundary
Ja ko ka ko ko li
Goal is where the word boundaries go
Ja/ko=0.5 We see ja once and ko twice … ½=0.5 Ko/ka=0/3=0
Jako kako koli
0.5 0 1 0 .33
Marr’s 3 Levels
Any problem can be decomposed into 3 levels
What’s the problem to be solved?
What (abstract) set of rules solves the problem?
How are those roles physically implemented
Abstract Problem: How do we regulate traffic at an intersection?
Goal: Direct lanes of traffic to avoid congestion/accidents.
Let lane go whenever X cars are waiting?