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Some Questions on Mind Theory Print E-mail
Written by Ricardo Sanz   
Saturday, 28 February 2009
In the past formal and abstract models have attempted to shed light on the topics of the Mind and Brain, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. This has created a vast proliferation of information, which is currently lacking any one dominant model for understanding the mental processes. The Journal of Mind Theory we are trying to create is an attempt to tackle these problems.

The journal’s aim is to consolidate and explore these formal and abstract tools for modeling cognitive phenomena, creating a more cohesive and concrete formal approach to understanding the mind/brain, striving for precision and creating clarity in this topic of interest.

What follows is a list of questions by Jaime Gomez (JG) and answers from Ricardo Sanz (RS) on these issues.

Last Updated ( Friday, 15 May 2009 )
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Top 100 most influential works in cognitive science Print E-mail
Written by Ricardo Sanz   
Saturday, 19 April 2008

Top 100 most influential works in cognitive science

The Top 100 most influential works in cognitive science from the 20th century according to a study of the Center for Cognitive Sciences, University of Minnesota in the The Cognitive Science Millennium Project (2000).

Last Updated ( Saturday, 19 April 2008 )
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Latinazos Print E-mail
Written by Ricardo Sanz   
Wednesday, 01 August 2007

Hay muchas expresiones en latín que todavía no han muerto ... ad libitum, honoris causa, manu militari, etc. Al usarlas se pueder dar un toque cultivado a un texto. Usarlas demasiado da un toque apolillado.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 19 April 2008 )
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Ontologies in Software Engineering Print E-mail
Written by Julia Bermejo   
Thursday, 09 November 2006

Can ontologies enhance the software engineering process? Obviously they help with the engineering activities of certain classes of systems -web agents, for example- but the question is stronger. Can ontology really serve as a foundation for implementing solid and effective software engineering processes in any class of domain?

The question goes even beyond for systems engineering, where the informational reality inside the computer gets into close interaction with the real reality of masses and energies.

There, computer-based ontologies touch the very realm of being; the reified ontology.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 19 April 2008 )
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Real-time support for Linux Print E-mail
Written by Ricardo Sanz   
Tuesday, 08 August 2006
  • RT-Linux by New Mexico Tech
  • RTAI by DIAPM. (Most of commercial realtime linux products are based on RTLinux and RTAI)
  • RED-Linux by UC Irvine.(Commercialized as REDICE-Linux)
  • Linux/RK by CMU (Commercialized as Linux/RT by TimeSys)
  • KURT Linux by University of Kansas.
  • QLinux by AT&T, University of Texas and University of Massachusetts
  • Linux-SRT by University of Cambridge, now at AT&T
  • HardHat by MontaVista (check out their real-time scheduler and preemption-enhanced kernel)
  • ELKS - Embedded Linux Kernel Subset
 
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