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comment What is the logical pattern in these pictures?
@Dedalus I am still awaiting your mail.
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comment What is the logical pattern in these pictures?
@Dedalus Which one did you solve? How sure are you? I am in collecting data phase of AI research. Eventually I hope to make an AI to solve items such as these, but first I must know what sort of reasoning process is involved. my email is hgzhgzhgz13 gmail com
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comment What is the logical pattern in these pictures?
For sample tasks, the simplest ones are 2,3,5 here news.generiq.net/LS36/ls36test.html
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comment Minimum number of integer-sided squares needed to tile an $m$ by $n$ rectangle.
mathoverflow.net/questions/113899/…
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comment What is the logical pattern in these pictures?
@AdamCarter: The correct answer is the one with the least kolmogorov complexity. So now its math.
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comment Minimum number of integer-sided squares needed to tile an $m$ by $n$ rectangle.
No luck there..
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