Course 4541.676
Cognitive Machine Learning (Artificial Neural Networks)

 

 

School of Computer Science and Engineering,
Seoul National University

Instructor

   Prof. Byoung-Tak Zhang

TA

   

(Tel: 02-872-5127, Rm. 410, Bldg. 138)

Classroom

    302-106

Time

    Mon, 13:00 ~ 14:15 and Wed, 13:00 ~ 14:15

Objectives

- To learn the findings in cognitive science of human learning and memory
- To understand the biological basis for cognitive learning and memory
- To discuss the importance of cognitive plausibility of machine learning
- To understand the hypernetwork approach to cognitive machine learning
- To simulate cognitive learning and memory models by hypernetworks
- To design improved learning algorithms for cognitive hypernetworks

Textbook

[CIM] Zhang, B.-T., Hypernetworks: A Molecular Evolutionary Architecture for Cognitive Learning and Memory, IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine, vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 49-63, August 2008.

[HM] Neath and Surprenant, Human Memory, 2nd Ed., Thomson Wadsworth, 2003.

[HL] Guy R. Lefrancois, Theories of Human Learning, Thomson Wadsworth, 2006. 

References

References

[1] Loediger III, H. L., Dudai, Y., and Fitzpatrick, S. M., Science of Memory: Concepts, Oxford University Press, 2007.

[2] Eichenbaum, H., Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory, Oxford University Press, 2002.

[3] Sweatt, J. D., Mechanisms of Memory, Elsevier, 2003.

Other references

[WCCI-2008] Cognitive learning and the multimodal memory game: Toward human-level machine learning, B.-T. Zhang, IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (WCCI2008), 2008. [PDF]

[WASET-2008] Self-assemblying hypernetworks for cognitive learning of linguistic memory, B.-T. Zhang and C.-H. Park, Proceedings of World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET), pp.134-138, 2008. [PDF]

[FOCI-2007] Random hypergraph models of learning and memory in biomolecular networks: shorter-term adaptability vs. longer-term persistency, B.-T. Zhang, The First IEEE Symp. on Foundations of Computational Intelligence (FOCI '07), pp. 344-349, 2007.[PDF]

[DNA-2006] DNA hypernetworks for information storage and retrieval, B.-T. Zhang and J.-K. Kim, Preliminary Proceedings of the Twelfth International Meeting on DNA Computing (DNA 12), pp. 283-292, 2006. [PDF]

[GECCO-2005] Molecular programming: evolving genetic programs in a test tube, B.-T. Zhang and H.-Y. Jang, The Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO 2005), vol. 2, pp. 1761-1768, 2005. [PDF]

[DNA-2004] A Bayesian algorithm for in vitro molecular evolution of pattern classifiers, Byoung-Tak Zhang and Ha-Young Jang, Preliminary Proceedings of the Tenth International Meeting on DNA Computing (DNA10), pp.294-303, 2004. [PS]

Evaluation

- Term project (30%)
- Two take-home exams (40%)
- Presentations (20%)
- Participation in discussion (10%)

 

Notice

 

 2008-12-08 Additional lecture notes were uploaded.

 

Slide file for mid-term survey

 

Midterm Exam Scores and Best Answers by Students

 

 

?  Course Schedule

Date

    Topic

References

9/1 (Mon)

Chapter 1: Introduction

?   History of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

?   Human-Level AI and Artificial General Intelligence

?   Towards Human-Level Machine Learning

  Lecture Note

9/3 (Wed)
9/8 (Mon)

Chapter 2: Cognitive Memory and Learning

?   Characteristics of Human Memory and Learning

?   Organization of Human Memory

?   Theories of Human Learning

?   Principles of Cognitive Learning

 Lecture Note

9/10 (Wed)

9/15 (Mon)

(holiday)

         

Chapter 3: Biological Basis of Learning and Memory

?   Synaptic Learning and Memory

?   Cell Assemblies for Learning and Memory

?   Neural Substrate for Conjunctions and Schemata

Lecture Note 

9/17 (Wed)

Chapter 4: Hypernetwork Models of Memory

?   Graphs, Random Graphs, and Hypergraphs

?   Hypernetworks: A Mathematical Definition

?   Hypernetworks as a Multimodal Recall Memory

?   Continuity, Glocality, and Compositionality

Lecture Note 

9/22 (Mon)

Chapter 5: Molecular Computation of Hypernetworks

?   DNA Computing and Self-assembly

?   Self-assemblying Hypernetworks

?   Molecular Mind and Hyperinteractionism

Lecture Note 

9/24 (Wed)

Chapter 6: Learning Algorithms for Hypernetworks

?   Directed Evolution and Evolutionary Computation

?   Molecular Evolutionary Algorithms

?   Learning by Evolutionary Hypernetworks

Lecture Note 

9/29 (Mon)

Chapter 7: Linguistic Hypernetworks

?   Movie and Drama Corpus

?   Linguistic Recall Memory Experiments

?   Hypernetworks as Language Models

Lecture Note 

9/29 (Mon)

Term Project Assignment

<Original version>/<Updated version>

 

10/1 (Wed)

 10/6 (Mon)

10/8 (Wed)

10/13 (Mon)

10/15 (Wed)

10/20 (Mon)

Excursion 1: Seminar on Human Memory

 

10/20 (Mon)

Take-Home Exam on Human Memory

 

10/22 (Wed)

 10/27(Mon)

10/29 (Wed)

11/3 (Mon)

11/5 (Wed)

11/10 (Mon)

Excursion 2: Seminar on Human Learning

 

11/12 (Wed)

Chapter 8: Visual Hypernetworks

?   AI and Mental Imagery

?   Identifying Visual Words

?   Visual Recall Memory Experiments

Lecture Note 

11/17 (Mon)

Take-Home Exam on Human Learning

 

11/19 (Wed)

Chapter 9: Language-Vision Crossmodal Hypernetworks

?   Multimodal Memory Game (MMG)

?   Language Generation Game

?   Visual Imagery Game

Lecture Note 

11/24 (Mon)

Chapter 10: Lifelong Learning Hypernetworks

?   Multisensory Integration with Hypernetworks

?   Episodic Memory and Lifelogging

?   Hypernetwork Memory of Everyday Life

?   The Quest for the Lifeome

11/26 (Wed)

Chapter 11: Implementations and Extensions

?   In vivo and in vitro Implementations

?   In silico Implementations

?   Multisensory Hypernetworks

?   Hypernetworks of Hypernetworks

Lecture Note 

12/1 (Mon)

12/3 (Wed)

Term Paper Presentations

 

12/8 (Mon)

Chapter 12: Towards Human-Level Learning

?   Science

?   Applications and Technology

?   Outlook

Lecture Note 

12/10 (Wed)

 Wrap-Up

 

 


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