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   - Modularity\\ A WBA should consist of more than one module.\\ A WBA is an intelligent architecture consisting of modules that simulate brain organs.   - Modularity\\ A WBA should consist of more than one module.\\ A WBA is an intelligent architecture consisting of modules that simulate brain organs.
   - Multiple Learning Modules\\ At least two of the consisting modules should have learning functions (cf. the Core Hypothesis).   - Multiple Learning Modules\\ At least two of the consisting modules should have learning functions (cf. the Core Hypothesis).
-  - Correspondence with Brain Organs\\ The structure of WBA should mimic that of the brain. ​ At least two of the modules should be identified as brain organ homologues.+  - Correspondence with Brain Organs\\ The structure of WBA should mimic that of the brain. ​ At least two of the modules should be identified as [[brain organs|brain organ]] homologues.
   - Real-time Processing (recommended)\\ As intelligence generally interacts with its environment in real-time to solve tasks, WBA as a generally intelligent machine should desirably work in real-time.   - Real-time Processing (recommended)\\ As intelligence generally interacts with its environment in real-time to solve tasks, WBA as a generally intelligent machine should desirably work in real-time.
  
 === Formal Conditions for WBA Products === === Formal Conditions for WBA Products ===
   - Published paper\\ The work must contain at least one published '​paper,'​ which explain the idea of the work and discuss the WBA specifications above.\\ While it is recommended to publish the paper on an academic journal or conference proceedings,​ the paper can simply be an article on the Web.   - Published paper\\ The work must contain at least one published '​paper,'​ which explain the idea of the work and discuss the WBA specifications above.\\ While it is recommended to publish the paper on an academic journal or conference proceedings,​ the paper can simply be an article on the Web.
-  - Published code (recommended)\\ It is recommended to publish the code related to the work for the benefit of the research community.\\ While WBAI will be hosting a repository for code publishing, you can publish ​codes elsewhere.+  - Published code (recommended)\\ It is recommended to publish the code related to the work for the benefit of the research community.\\ While WBAI will be hosting a repository for code publishing, you can publish ​your code elsewhere.
   - Registration to the WBAI site (recommended)\\ ​ You are encouraged to report your work so that the WBAI site (i.e., this wiki) can acknowledge your work.   - Registration to the WBAI site (recommended)\\ ​ You are encouraged to report your work so that the WBAI site (i.e., this wiki) can acknowledge your work.
   - BriCA and BriCA Language (recommended)\\ WBAI develops [[BriCA|the BriCA platform]] for construction cognitive architecture and [[BriCA Language|the BriCA Language]] to share architecture design.\\ ​ WBAI recommends you to use BriCA and the BriCA Language to facilitate the reuse of code and architecture design.   - BriCA and BriCA Language (recommended)\\ WBAI develops [[BriCA|the BriCA platform]] for construction cognitive architecture and [[BriCA Language|the BriCA Language]] to share architecture design.\\ ​ WBAI recommends you to use BriCA and the BriCA Language to facilitate the reuse of code and architecture design.