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|Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ June 11 2009,13:47)|
|Quote (midwifetoad @ June 11 2009,13:40)|
|The trick is having a fitness function that can score relative wordness without requiring enormous computational resourses.|
I wonder if google could help, after all it "suggests" words when it cannot match your search term. No suggestion = not "wordy" enough.
OK it's probably not practical, not for running quickly anyway.
Google runs pretty quickly for me. I'm a bit in awe of their ability to suggest words from misspellings, but after my experience evolving words I think I know how they do it. Or at least one approach that doesn't require a supercomputer.
I think my approach is more effective than that used by most spelling checkers.
Any version of ID consistent with all the evidence is indistinguishable from evolution.