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Questions tagged [time]

For questions related to the perception of time in regard to automata.

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My iterative deepening engine doesn't have an exactly equal score when playing against itself

I made a Connect Four engine that uses the standard minimax/alpha-beta algorithms as its underlying structure, with iterative deepening added on. Because the engine uses iterative deepening, its ...
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Time-management while training network : need advices

I'm not sure this question is in the right Stack Exchange website, but I thought this place is a good starting point, because of the experience of users. This question is not about artificial ...
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Data / model preparation for spatio-temporal deep-learning analysis for traffic congestion events detection

I am preparing the Bus movement dataset for deep learning (ANN/CNN/RNN) analysis for congestion events detection. This is an extension to my original question, which can be located at 'Deep learning ...
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AI composing music

Do you know what AI model would be best for let it learn composing music? I really don't know where to start there. Are there some good papers out there? I would say, if I use a NN, my only option ...
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Using different timesteps for features and target value

I would like to know whether it's wrong; when working with time series data; to use daily prices as features and the price after 3 days as target. Is this correct or should I use the next-day price ...
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Are there emergent models of time in robots?

I am interested in the emergence of properties in agents, and, more generally in robotics. I was wondering if there is work on the emergence of time-related concepts, on the low-level representation ...