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" (...) we viewed natural semantic categories as networks of overlapping attributes; the basic hypothesis was that members of a category come to be viewed as prototypical of the category as a whole in proportion to the extent to which they bear a family... "
The Big Book of Concepts - Page 32
by Gregory Leo Murphy
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Machine Learning: ECML-95: 8th European Conference on Machine ..., Volume 8

Nada Lavrač, Stefan Wrobel - Computers - 1995 - 370 pages
...prototypicality may serve as a measure of membership in a concept. She writes: "The basic hypothesis was that members of a category come to be viewed as prototypical of the category as a whole in proportion to the ex tent that they bear a family resemblance to (have attributes which overlap those of other members...
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Sobre concesión y prototipos en la lengua oral: el caso de la lengua alemana

José Javier Martos Ramos - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2006 - 194 pages
...familia al respecto: "(...) members of a category come to be viewed as prototy pical of the category as whole in proportion to the extent to which they bear a family resemblance to (...) other members of 1he category. Conversely. items viewed as most prototypical of one category...
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