So does Occam's razor
, the philosophical idea that, all things being equal, the simplest explanation is usually the correct one.
Jenkins seems to hold the principle of Occam's razor
in some disdain, roundly declaring, " .
In his talk 'Modelling and Simplicity: Occam's razor
in the 21st Century', Lake advocated for the benefits in applying the law of economy when constructing unwieldly, complex models.
When we see a bird that looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, paying attention to Occam's razor
, we have to infer that this bird must be a duck.
AdWerx, a provider of localised digital advertising for over 15,000 real estate agents, revealed on Wednesday that Joe Zawadzki, chief executive officer of marketing technology company MediaMath has invested an undisclosed amount in AdWerx through his investment company Occam's Razor
It's Occam's Razor
in action: the simplest solution is the best solution.
Why wouldn't Occam's razor
be an essential tool in God's toolkit?
I doubt that lefty Craig Boddington has all his safari rifles rebored for a left-hand twist, so I guess I will go with Occam's razor
on this one.
, which holds that among competing hypotheses the simplest one with the fewest assumptions should be selected, compels this writer to conclude that explanations like emissions of radioactive gas or electrical discharges in levitated clouds of dust should be taken with a boulder-sized grain of salt.
The topics include a dynamical neural simulation of feature=based attention and binding in a recurrent model of the ventral stream, the importance of low spatial frequencies for categorizing emotional facial expressions, an information-theory analysis and a connectionist model of sentence comprehension as mental simulation, a first approach to an artificial networked cognitive control system based on the shared circuits model of sociocognitive capacities, Occam's razor
and Hegel's hair gel as issues in computational modeling, and what humanoid robots offer experimental psychology.
They'd do well to acquaint themselves with Occam's Razor
which says that the theory with the fewest assumptions is usually the correct one.
That's when it hit me; if I applied Occam's Razor
, like in that Simpsons episode, I'd come to a logical conclusion: The RAND Corporation, in conjunction with the saucer people, under the supervision of the reverse vampires, are forcing exhibitors to go without publicity in a fiendish plot to eliminate business magazines