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A Aprendizagem em Sistemas Naturais e Artificiais

A Aprendizagem em Sistemas Naturais e Artificiais

Paulo Alexandre de Andrade Vieira and Judite Maria Zamith Cruz, “A Aprendizagem em Sistemas Naturais e Artificiais,” in The Insides of Nature: Causality and Conceptions of Nature, ed. Álvaro Balsas and Bruno Nobre, Axioma Studies in Philosophy of Nature and in Philosophy and History of Science 4 (Braga: Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia, 2020), 185–218, https://doi.org/10.17990/Axistudies/2020_04_185.

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A Aprendizagem em Sistemas Naturais e Artificiais

Type Book Section
Editor Álvaro Balsas
Editor Bruno Nobre
Author Paulo Alexandre de Andrade Vieira
Author Judite Maria Zamith Cruz
URL https://doi.org/10.17990/Axistudies/2020_04_185
Rights © 2020 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural
Series Axioma Studies in Philosophy of Nature and in Philosophy and History of Science
Place Braga
Publisher Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia
Pages 185-218
ISBN 978-972-697-319-5
Date 2020
Series Number 4
Language Portuguese
Abstract Natural systems and artificial systems are strongly correlated and, together, bring out a new area of integrative science about life, cognition, learning, etc. Artificial systems are systems created by the human being, have their inspiration in nature, and almost always correspond to attempts at simulate spheres of intersection. We use them in both areas in order to better explore them. The objective is to make a survey of teaching-learning situations in nature, identifying and categorizing them. For each one, we explain the methodologies and mechanisms used, on the basis of three steps: observation of nature; analysis of the literature using the Scopus database; and algorithm analysis of artificial systems using natural systems strategies, reproducing life in environments such as learning machines in general. As one of the results, we have constructed a framework in which we typify teaching-learning conditions in nature, pointed out the methodologies that nature uses to implement them, and we develops how we can algorithmize them so that they can be used by the sciences of artificial in computer systems.
Book Title The Insides of Nature: Causality and Conceptions of Nature
Date Added 6/4/2020, 3:08:36 PM
Modified 6/4/2020, 4:04:43 PM

Tags:

  • artificial systems,
  • cognition,
  • History of Science
  • metaphysics
  • natural systems,
  • Philosophy of Nature
  • Philosophy of Physics
  • philosophy of science
  • teaching learning process,
  • transdisciplinary approach

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