Divisi2 is a library for reasoning by analogy over semantic networks using the sparse singular-value decomposition.
Documentation for this library is still in development, and can be found for now among the docstrings in csc/divisi2/sparse.py and csc/divisi2/dense.py. Documentation for the previous version of Divisi is available at http://csc.media.mit.edu/docs/.
The main website for the project is located at http://csc.media.mit.edu/divisi/.
Divisi2 belongs to two projects with many of the same people involved:
- Open Mind Common Sense, a project of the MIT Media Lab
- the MIT Mind Machine Project
The primary developers are:
- Rob Speer <rspeer at mit dot edu>
- Ken Arnold <kcarnold at mit dot edu>
See AUTHORS.rst for a list of all authors.
This version of Divisi is available under the GNU General Public License, version 3.0. See COPYING.txt.