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1 a modeling as an analogy-making 이 은 석, 인지과학 협동과정, SNU

2 JABBERWOCKY ’Twas brilling, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe. "Beware the Jabberwock, my son! The jaws that bite, the claws that catch! Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun The frumious Bandersnatch!“ ………

3 Problem- jabberwocky "It seems very pretty", she said when she had finished it, "but it's rather hard to understand!" (You see, she didn't like to confess, even to herself, that she couldn't make it out at all.) "Somehow it seems to fill my head with ideas-- only I don't exactly know what they are! However, somebody killed something: that's clear, at any rate--" (from Lewis Caroll, Through the Looking-Glass, 1872)

4 Jabberwocky ’ s original image

5 Analogy problems in reading Jabberwocky (Humpty Dumpty ’ s explanation) Brilling: broiling time(evening) slithy: lithe & slimy (cf. portmanteau) toves: badgers & lizards & corkscrews gyre: go round and round like a gyroscope gimble: make holes like a gimlet mimsy: flimsy & miserable (cf. portmanteau) borogove: a thin shabby-looking bird

6 Analogy problems in reading Jabberwocky (Humpty Dumpty ’ s explanation 2) rath: a sort of green pig outgrabing: something between bellowing and an whistling, with a kind of sneeze in the middle frumious: fuming & furious

7 Analogy problems in reading Jabberwocky (Lewis Carrol ’ s explanation) uffish thought: a state of mind when the voice is gruffish, the manner roughish, the temper huffish burble: bleat, murmer, warble vorpal: ? tulgey: ?

8 A kind of hypothesis memory-slippage: Memory can be fluid, not fixed fluidity for what?: for an analogy-making an analogy-making is quintessential mental activity to need a memory-slippage when does a memory-slippage happen?: under some pressure(for making an analogy within a short due, for a self-adaptation)

9 Analogy-making & mental fluidity Paraphrasing the core semantics of the wordplays or puns-- a kind of analogy- making The core of the cognition Nonsense poem; not as conveyor of daily routine meaning, but activation trigger of neighboring concepts

10 Task slithy ’ s activation; slimy, slither, slippery, lithe, sly humpty dumpty ’ s activation; assigning semantics into pseudo -word Pressure -> Memory ’ s slippage-> Paraphrase

11 Hopefully expected results `Twas brilling, and the slithy toves / Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: / All mimsy were the borogoves, / And the mome raths outgrabe.  It was broiling (time), and the slimy and active badgers, lizards, and corkscrews / went round and round like a gyroscope, and made holes like a gimlet in a long way before it: / All flimsy and miserable were thin shabby-looking birds, / And the green pigs lost from home were between bellowing and whistling.

12 An example of an analogy-making process activating: slimy, slither, slippery, lithe, sly … memorizing into just one pot: slimy+slither, slimy+slippery, …, lithe+sly, … segmenting: by syllable, by pronunciation, by semantics, … making slipping: finding same(?) node: : = slimy + lithe

13 The three major components of the program ’ s architecture 1.The Everland 2.Humpty Dumpty, the operator 3.The Wonderland

14 1. Everland The site of all permanent Platonic concepts long-term memory, (roughly speaking) explicit core concept surrounded by no explicit, diffused region pressure makes core concept blurred into diffuse region

15 2. Humpty Dumpties The operators Who are selected (stochastically?) from the Wonderland, rather than in a determinate order Featuring mental fludity kniferism(interchange of vowel groups) spoonerism(interchange of the initial consonant clusters) switch syllables forkerism(interchange of final consonant clusters) …

16 3. the Wonderland The locus of perceptual activity Contains objects of various concepts from the Everland, combined into temporary perceptual structures (e.g., raw syllables, semantics, bonds, groups, bridges … ) Short-term memory, or working memory, (roughly speaking) Resembling the ‘ blackboard ’ of Hearsay 2 …

17 processes 1. Word-formation process intuition just for word-formation 2. Semantics-taking process

18 Word-formation process(1-2) Rule the English corpus out Letter -> syllable -> word Dissolving a nonsense word Reformation ; conceptual molecule, chunk, by cluster, by syllable, by word Coherent Gestalt from little knowledge base of human

19 Word-formation process(2-2) Entropy-preserving and increasing Entropy= perceived disorder Multi-level cleaving; splicing; regrouping; reordering; rearranging; dissolving …

20 Alicetotell and parallelism Analogous with cell formation processes Many metabolic activities take place simultaneously at different spatial locations Each activity(anabolic/catabolic; bond- forming/bond-breaking) is carried out by an enzyme

21 Affinities among elements sc: initial 2 /sh: initial 8, final 8 sl : initial 5 /sm: initial 5, 2 sp: initial 4, final 2 /s-ph: initial 2 sq: initial 3 / str: initial 3

22 Fluid data-structure(1-2) pang-loss(start) pong-lasskniferism(interchange of vowel groups) long-passspoonerism(interchange of the initial consonant clusters) pass-longswitch syllables pas-slongregroup ‘ s ’ sap-slongreverse syllable slap-songspoonerism slang-sopforkerism(interchange of final consonant clusters) sop-slangswitch syllables slop-sang spoonerism

23 Fluid data-structure(2-2) slos-pangsporkerism(mix of spoonerism and forkerism) los-spangspoonerism loss-spangregroup ‘ s ’ pang-loss switch syllables pan-glossregroup ‘ g ’ now-here(start) no-whereregroup ‘ w ’ on-where letter-level reversal of first syllable whon-erespoonerism (degenerate form) ere-whonsyllable-level reversal of full word

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