Orthogonal Invariances



Orthogonal Invariances

The distribution of strengths of two expert systems in a way that the chance of solving a particular problem is greater when using boths experts than when using either expert alone. The reason for the success of multiple experts is that the chance is high that at least one of the experts will rise to a problem solution.

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The Age of Intelligent Machines, Chapter Seven: The Moving Frontier By Ray Kurzweil