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Project 10 is expected to be the last formal project of varocarbas.com. I will continue using this site as my main self-promotional R&D-focused online resource, but by relying on other more adequate formats like domain ranking.
Note that the last versions of all the successfully completed projects (5 to 10) will always be available.
PROJECT 6
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Common basic knowledge for artificial intelligence algorithms
Completed on 05-Jul-2015 (19 days)

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The remaining projects in varocarbas.com and the "about me" page should provide a good general impression about my background and attitude. Nonetheless, bear in mind that I consider myself as a (knowledgeable) partial outsider to the exact area of expertise underlying this whole project.

During over the last 7 years, I have been working as a programmer and numerical modeller with a major focus on innovative and from-scratch developments. In fact and as a direct consequence of my self-imposed hard conditions (i.e., always aiming for the highest goals despite my limited availability of resources, support and recognition), I am sure that my understanding in certain subfields is even deeper than usual among persons who have followed a more standardised and protective learning process within the specialised research world (e.g., PhD/PostDoc or full-time-at-big-companies researchers). That is: my current heterogeneous knowledge is the result of having combined my formal (heterogeneous) education, an unorthodox R&D-focused professional activity and my eminently practical attitude. On the other hand, I do recognise my limited experience in very large projects of any kind; both from a pure theoretical perspective (e.g., very big implementations) and from the point of view of coordinating a complex group of isolated elements (e.g., project involving many persons with different interests).

I am in a position to share some of my ideas because of my relevant knowledge and expertise in this field; but always by bearing in mind my low experience in the academic (and/or top-funded) research and large projects. Nevertheless, this last limitation is perhaps one of the most attractive features of the current project: written by a person who is not completely aware about the exact difficulties justifying the applicability to this specific situation of the statement "why what should be can rarely be?".

In summary, I hope that my theoretical & practical background together with my (self-assessed) good summarising skills will allow me to write some worthy ideas, which might eventually be taken as fresh-breeze insights by the true experts when having to face the development of a system on these lines.