Re: disentangled representation?

Dear Paola,
In another chat I  made reference to the ways our human brains make shortcuts in processing massive input of sensory data by using less of the data.
This in essence has more to do with algebra and number theory than logic.
Mathematically it has been shown that true randomicity does not exist, and that any massive rando data set has patterns in subsets. In algebra larger structures can be broken down into smaller structures, and in number theory you will find similar constructs.
The formal modeling in string theory and cognitive architectures and CFT/AdS (quantum physics) looks at similarities between complex higher dimension structures and algebraic isomorphic simpler structures.
Disentanglement hints at this breaking down in substructures. Two notions that seem to be related to disentanglement are bootstrapping and moonshines hailing from physics and in particular quantum physics and string theory, and they reappear in algebra.

Milton Ponson
GSM: +297 747 8280
PO Box 1154, Oranjestad
Aruba, Dutch Caribbean
Project Paradigm: Bringing the ICT tools for sustainable development to all stakeholders worldwide through collaborative research on applied mathematics, advanced modeling, software and standards development 

    On Friday, July 5, 2019, 2:13:32 AM ADT, Paola Di Maio <> wrote:  
 Thank you for answer to earlier questions-
Today I am trying to get my head around disentangled representation  

But my blood curdles, I hope I am simply not understandingwhat this is aboutuh?Maybe KR experts on these lists can make sense of this and offer some explanation of what is going on in the world of logic that I am missing out onThanksPDM  

Received on Friday, 5 July 2019 14:35:02 UTC