|OpenNARS-1.6.0 Release||Patrick Hammer||8/26/14 6:09 PM|
May this be the discussion thread related to our newest stable release, namely OpenNARS-1.6.0,
which implements NAL1-9 for the first time.
A lot has changed and been added since 1.5.7, the changes this time can not be listed by a fixed issue list but by a feature list,
which was implemented this and last month by Pei, SeH and me:
1. NAL7 - Temporal Inference
2. NAL8 - Procedural Inference
3. NAL9 - Self-Monitoring and Self-Control
4. Term escaping: "this can be a term"
GUI: (videos can be found in SeH's channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16Ft1aHEGn8)
Entirely new GUI especially designed for this release.
Memory View, showing the whole concept graph.
Sentence Table - making it possible to sort sentences with different criteria and also generating a graph showing how the selected ones are related.
Test Chamber, a environment which makes it possible to see how NARS behaves in different situations which one can construct on the fly.
Alternatively it is possible to start a web-Server on which the client connects to a html5-Interface.
Major refactorings and simplifications of the codebase.
A working testcase system currently containing over 230 test cases.
Possibility to run multiple NARS in the same VM (instancing them like one wants to) or to use it as library.
|RE: [open-nars] OpenNARS-1.6.0 Release||TonyLo||8/27/14 5:22 AM|
this is a big milestone.
Well done to you all.
All the best
|Re: OpenNARS-1.6.0 Release||Patrick Hammer||8/27/14 2:24 PM|
Thank you :)
There is btw. also an instance of it running on my server usable by the web interface (for those who don't want to install Java8): http://220.127.116.11:9999/
However, I limited it to 1 second per thinking step so that my server will not be overloaded :D