All FARG implementations have a slipnet, i.e., a continuously changing semantic network which provides top-down, expectation-driven, pressures on the system.
The goal of this project is to facilitate development of a FARG architecture by providing an easy-to-use java program to display your slipnet.
Phase 1 of the project, which will be started soon, will consist of a simple input-output class. The class will receive a set of nodes (activation levels AND a bitmap), and a set of distances between nodes, and will return a large bitmap with the slipnet displayed.
Phase 2 will provide a thread-safe implementation in a proper GUI. That is, BubbleThoughts will subscribe to your slipnet, and whenever an update signal is received, the window will display the slipnet in true parallel fashion.
We hope this small project will help all of those out there wishing to develop FARG architectures to increase their productivity. Feel free to join the project (and help the whole FARG community) by emailing linhares at clubofrome.org.br
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