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Freud

Freud is a standalone C++ port of the Emacs Psychiatrist, originally written in Emacs LISP. It simulates a Rogerian analyst using phrase-production techniques similar to the classic ELIZA demonstration of pseudo-AI.

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  •  02 Sep 2002 23:38

    Release Notes: The last remaining branch was added. The parser is tweaked and greatly improves the quality of the replies, making the program appear much more sophisticated. Long sentences are now split, interjections are removed from the beginning of sentences, and some mistakes are corrected.

    •  26 Aug 2002 19:07

      Release Notes: Three missing branches were added, repetitive shortness is now handled, the history function was implemented, and some mistakes were fixed.

      •  21 Aug 2002 02:37

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        02 Sep 2002 17:40 spockman

        Re: freud

        > I thought Freud used to talk in german :) .

        Freud spoke many languages. He was fluent in
        Hebrew, Latin, German, French and English. He was
        forced to spend the last two years of his life in
        England, and this is reflected in the program ;-) .

        > The termination is quiet funny, but imho it could
        refer more intensive to the users input.

        Then it probably wouldn't be funny anymore!

        31 Aug 2002 23:17 wagnerstefan

        freud
        I thought Freud used to talk in german :) .
        The termination is quiet funny, but imho it could refer more intensive to the users input.

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