Connectionism: Theory and Practice

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Steven Davis
Oxford University Press, Aug 20, 1992 - Psychology - 336 pages
Part of a series on cognitive behaviour and science, based on a 1990 conference sponsored by the Cognitive Science Program and the Linguistics Department of Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
 

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Contents

1 Using Coherence Assumptions to Discover the Underlying Causes of the Sensory Input
3
Some Feyerabendian Themes in Neurocomputational Form
30
3 Towards a Microstructural Account of Human Reasoning
69
4 Connectionism without Tears
84
5 Grammatical Structure and Distributed Representations
138
6 Structured Representations in Connectionist Systems?
195
7 Local Modelling in Phonology
229
8 Connectionism and the Philosophy of Mental Representation
247
9 Connectionism and the Computional Neurobiology of Curve Detection
277
10 PDP Learnability and Innate Knowledge of Language
297
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