A learning experiment was designed using "Renju (Go-bang)". The matches could proceed with prior indefiniteness, distinct from probability, as under the finite VOP (velocity of observation propagation). The information of each situation in the first game SSG and one in the replay SRE were investigated with the basic strategy derived from the "Renju" rules. The behavior of the difference (SRE (i)-SSG (i)) suggested that prior indefiniteness turned into definiteness, suggesting that perpetual decision change occurred and that it perpetually allowed observers to construct higher levels of hierarchical learning logic.
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- Statistics and Probability
- Modelling and Simulation
- Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)
- Applied Mathematics