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bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla Clicking this button loads the default script into !ARU Click this button before first running the network to adjust for simplisity you can use this button to step through the network one step at a time with each click of this button Click this button to run the network. When the network settles click a second time to stop it. Most networks will settle at around 40 to 70 cycles. Input to evidence nodes via links to the special node is the same for each node by default. You can continuously randomize the weight value of these links by clicking this button. clicking a second time sets each link at a different random value. Nodes all begin with the same default activation. Clicking this button randomizes the beginning activation If you have difficulty adding links try clicking here. This counter tells you many cycles the network has computed. clicking here resets the counter but does not reset the network Clicking here will provide a list of node and link values below almost all !ARU networks are editable. Use the buttons below to add or remove nodes or links. Clicking here will bring up a box in which you can name a new evidential observation Click here to add a node to represent a new hypothesis. You'll be asked to name the theory to which it belongs or introduce a new theory. and, in some models, the number of evidence nodes to which it relates. Then use the connect neurons buttons 3) below to create links to the node you've created. here is where you can add nodes to represent affective bias. use + V for positive emotions click her to add negatively biased affective content. use this button to create competition between nodes. click here, then click the two nodes that compeet. when the red line appears between them then click here again. click here to link nodes that cohere. click here then point to the node you wish to delete and click on it, then click here again. click here then point to a region near the center of the link you wish to delete, then click here again. use the sliders then click reandom net to create a random network  This node represents Evidence associated with only hypothesis one.  Hypothesis 2 is rejected, as represented by the triangle, since it has less evidential support than its competitor This hypothesis has greater breath of application than it's competitor and so is accepted as is represented by the large circle. this special node has no links to it representing that emotion does not impact this particular system this special node represents the role of the world in providing input into the system this link associates hypothesis 2 with evidence 2  Clicking this button loads or resets the network into !ARU Click this button before first running the network to adjust for simplisity you can use this button to step through the network one step at a time with each click of this button Click this button to run the network. When the network settles click a second time to stop it. Most networks will settle at around 40 to 70 cycles. Input to evidence nodes via links to the special node is the same for each node by default. You can continuously randomize the weight value of these links by clicking this button. clicking a second time sets each link at a different random value. Nodes all begin with the same default activation. Clicking this button randomizes the beginning activation If you have difficulty adding links try clicking here. This counter tells you many cycles the network has computed. clicking here resets the counter but does not reset the network Clicking here will provide a list of node and link values below almost all !ARU networks are editable. Use the buttons below to add or remove nodes or links. Clicking here will bring up a box in which you can name a new evidential observation Click here to add a node to represent a new hypothesis. You'll be asked to name the theory to which it belongs or introduce a new theory. and, in some models, the number of evidence nodes to which it relates. Then use the connect neurons buttons 3) below to create links to the node you've created. here is where you can add nodes to represent affective bias. use + V for positive emotions   click her to add negatively biased affective content. use this button to create competition between nodes. click here, then click the two nodes that compeet. when the red line appears between them then click here again. click here to link nodes that cohere. click here then point to the node you wish to delete and click on it, then click here again. click here then point to a region near the center of the link you wish to delete, then click here again. use the sliders then click reandom net to create a random network                this button allows you to move nodes around the screen to better view them  The total number of nodes Clicking this button loads the default script into !ARU Click this button before first running the network to adjust for simplisity you can use this button to step through the network one step at a time Click this button to run the network. When the network settles click a second time to stop it. Most networks will settle at around 40 to 70 cycles. Input to evidence nodes is the same for each node by default. You can provide random inputs by clicking this button. Nodes all begin with the same default activation. Clicking this button randomizes the beginning activation If you have difficulty adding links try clicking here. This counter tells you many cycles the network has computed. Clicking here will provide a list of node and link values below almost all !ARU networks are editable. Use the buttons below to add or remove nodes or links. Clicking here will bring up a box in which you can name a new evidential observation Click here to add a node to represent a new hypothesis. You'll be asked to name the theory to which it belongs or introduce a new theory. and the evidenct to which it relates. Then use the connect neurons buttons 3) below to create links to the node you've created. here is where you can add nodes to represent affective bias. use + V for positive emotions click her to add negatively biased affective content. use this button to create competition between nodes. click here, then clict the the two nodes that compeet. when the red line appears between them then click here again. click here to link nodes that cohere. click here then point to the node you wish to delete and click on it, then click here again. click here then point to a region near the center of the link you wish to delete, then click here again. This single evidence node is linked to both theories Here we note that two hypotheses are required by theory 2 to account for the observation They have been rejected, as represented by the triangle shape, in deference to the simpler cometitor.. This node represents a simple account of the evidence and is accepted as represented by the large circle. Theory 1 contradicts theory 2 as represented by the black line Because it takes 2 hypotheses to account for the evidence the value of the link is reduced, as represented by the white lines. this link has the default value as represented by the green line there is no affective influence to the model. Clicking this button loads the default script into !ARU Click this button before first running the network to adjust for simplisity you can use this button to step through the network one step at a time Click this button to run the network. When the network settles click a second time to stop it. Most networks will settle at around 40 to 70 cycles. Input to evidence nodes is the same for each node by default. You can provide random inputs by clicking this button. Nodes all begin with the same default activation. Clicking this button randomizes the beginning activation If you have difficulty adding links try clicking here. This counter tells you many cycles the network has computed. Clicking here will provide a list of node and link values below almost all !ARU networks are editable. Use the buttons below to add or remove nodes or links. Clicking here will bring up a box in which you can name a new evidential observation Click here to add a node to represent a new hypothesis. You'll be asked to name the theory to which it belongs or introduce a new theory. and the evidenct to which it relates. Then use the connect neurons buttons 3) below to create links to the node you've created. here is where you can add nodes to represent affective bias. use + V for positive emotions click her to add negatively biased affective content. use this button to create competition between nodes. click here, then clict the the two nodes that compeet. when the red line appears between them then click here again. click here to link nodes that cohere. click here then point to the node you wish to delete and click on it, then click here again. click here then point to a region near the center of the link you wish to delete, then click here again. The Simple Acidity theory is rejected, as represented by the triangle, since it is relatively poorly supported by the evidence.  The bacteria theory requires multiple hypotheses and background beliefs. Although it is less simple than the Acidity theory, Bacteria wins because it of its greater breath. this evidence is accounted for in either theory. these nodes represent evidence that are accounted for on the bacterial account of ulcers alone. these nodes represent evidence that are accounted for on the bacterial account of ulcers alone. Clicking this button loads the default script into !ARU Click this button before first running the network to adjust for simplisity you can use this button to step through the network one step at a time Click this button to run the network. When the network settles click a second time to stop it. Most networks will settle at around 40 to 70 cycles. Input to evidence nodes is the same for each node by default. You can provide random inputs by clicking this button. Nodes all begin with the same default activation. Clicking this button randomizes the beginning activation If you have difficulty adding links try clicking here. This counter tells you many cycles the network has computed. Clicking here will provide a list of node and link values below almost all !ARU networks are editable. Use the buttons below to add or remove nodes or links. Clicking here will bring up a box in which you can name a new evidential observation Click here to add a node to represent a new hypothesis. You'll be asked to name the theory to which it belongs or introduce a new theory. and the evidenct to which it relates. Then use the connect neurons buttons 3) below to create links to the node you've created. here is where you can add nodes to represent affective bias. use + V for positive emotions click her to add negatively biased affective content. use this button to create competition between nodes. click here, then clict the the two nodes that compeet. when the red line appears between them then click here again. click here to link nodes that cohere. click here then point to the node you wish to delete and click on it, then click here again. click here then point to a region near the center of the link you wish to delete, then click here again. this represents a higher level hypothesis that coheres with the lower level hypothesis of police frame up this hypothesis coheres with the evidence of Nicoles beatings and also with the Hypothesis that OJ perpetrated the killings The network accepts that OJ did it on the basis ot the evidence and the background hypothesis of abusiveness The poorly supported theory that Drug dealers did the killings is rejected as is represented by the small triangle Although the police frame up theory competes with the possibility that OJ did it, they are not mutually exclusive. the network concludes that both may be true despite the comptetition This evidence is linked with the hypothesis that oj is abusive  This evidence is common to the drug dealer hypothesis and the OJ killer hypothesis This evidence is common to both the Police Frameup hypothesis and the OJ did it hypothesis bla bla bla 7 bla bla bla 8 bla bla bla 9 bla bla bla 10 bla bla bla 11 bla bla bla 12 bla bla bla 13 bla bla bla 14 bla bla bla 15 bla bla bla 16 bla bla bla 17 bla bla bla 18 bla bla bla 19 bla bla bla 20 bla bla bla 21 bla bla bla 22