Structure of the human mind

AIML Fundamentals
AIML, or Artificial Intelligence Mark-up Language enables people to input knowledge into chatbots.
AIML, describes a class of data objects called AIML objects and partially describes the behavior of computer programs that process them. AIML objects are made up of units called topics and categories, which contain either parsed or unparsed data.
Parsed data is made up of characters, some of which form character data, and some of which form AIML elements. AIML elements encapsulate the stimulus-response knowledge contained in the document. Character data within these elements is sometimes parsed by an AIML interpreter, and sometimes left unparsed for later processing by a Responder.
The basic unit of knowledge in AIML is called a category. Each category consists of an input question, an output answer, and an optional context. The question, or stimulus, is called the pattern. The answer, or response, is called the template. The two primary types of optional context are called “that” and”topic.” The AIML pattern language is simple, consisting only of words, spaces, and wildcard symbols like _and *. The words may consist of letters and numerals, but no other characters. The pattern language is case invariant. Words are separated by a single space, and the wildcard characters function like words. Seguir leyendo Structure of the human mind