Great! Thanks a lot for sharing....and this is a pic of what the MetaBrain looks like. This is the final stage of the signal engine where the system makes a "decision" about what the trade will be for the day. That highlighted area at the bottom right corner of the pic, is the Singularity. That's the actual Trade Signal for the session (again, current data not shown in pic):
This is where the system "learns" about past decisions that it made. All of the Learning Algorithms and Functions are hidden from view. The system figures out what the current signal is for the day (the Singularity) and then it locates that signal's performance history in the Signal History Metadata Database. It then further evaluates the current market conditions against the same signal to determine if that signal should be allowed to dominate using its Learning Algorithm.
This is how is learns and makes decisions.