Soft Turbulence in Bénard Convection Towards Intelligent Virtual Agents
Keywords:Logics, Intelligence, Virtual Agents, Complex System, Synthesis, Intuition, Imagination
This paper is concerned with logic dominant approach to intelligent virtual agents. It is found that the super complex systems can be only explored by syntheses together with intuition and/or imagination. This is not because we have limited tools to solve the super complex systems, but this approach is essential to solve such problems
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