Learning the Interpretability of Texts


Learning the Interpretability of Texts – This paper addresses the problem of interpreting text as a set of words in the same sentence. Using a Bayesian decision tree search technique, our result shows an interesting possibility: the word representations of sentences are used to describe how sentences are interpreted. In particular, we obtain a Bayesian decision tree search approach that can predict how sentences are interpreted in a large set of sentences and perform a tree search. Our analysis, which we obtained using a Bayesian decision tree search approach, also yields a set of new sentences from a series of a very similar sentences that could be interpreted as sentence pairs. Using these new sentences we find out that sentences are interpreted in a very similar manner as their actual counterparts.

An approach for automatic classification of human behaviour is presented. A robot with a motor unit is required to detect objects and interact with them via a robot body-mounted tracking system. The robot is fitted with a tracker and a sensor, and a robot body-mounted tracker is also provided for tracking. When the tracker detects objects, the body-mounted tracker is capable of learning that object to be seen by the robot and the robot’s tracking system with a knowledge of that object. To the best of our knowledge, it is the first approach to automatic detection of human behaviour.

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Learning the Interpretability of Texts

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    Predicting the expected behaviour of interacting non-human primatesAn approach for automatic classification of human behaviour is presented. A robot with a motor unit is required to detect objects and interact with them via a robot body-mounted tracking system. The robot is fitted with a tracker and a sensor, and a robot body-mounted tracker is also provided for tracking. When the tracker detects objects, the body-mounted tracker is capable of learning that object to be seen by the robot and the robot’s tracking system with a knowledge of that object. To the best of our knowledge, it is the first approach to automatic detection of human behaviour.


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