in NARS, each task is processed in two stages:
A triple of priority (current), durability (decay), and quality (long-term average).
Concept as defined by the NARS-theory Concepts are used to keep track of interrelated sentences
An item is an object that can be put into a Bag, to participate in the resource competition of the system.
|Item.ItemPriorityComparator<E extends Item>|
|Sentence<T extends Term>||
Sentence as defined by the NARS-theory A Sentence is used as the premises and conclusions of all inference rules.
Stamps are used to keep track of done derivations
Element of the evidential base of stamp
|Task<T extends Term>||
A task to be processed, consists of a Sentence and a BudgetValue.
Reference to a Task.
A link between a compound term and a component term
Truth is a tuple of frequency and confidence as defined by NARS theory
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