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  1. Time-constrained Memory

    A Reader-based Approach To Text Comprehension

    By Jean-Pierre Corriveau

    This book tries to answer the question posed by Minsky at the beginning of The Society of Mind: "to explain the mind, we have to show how minds are built from mindless stuff, from parts that are much smaller and simpler than anything we'd considered smart." The author believes that cognition should...

    Published June 30th 1995 by Psychology Press

  2. The Artificial Life Route To Artificial Intelligence

    Building Embodied, Situated Agents

    Edited by Luc Steels, Rodney Brooks

    This volume is the direct result of a conference in which a number of leading researchers from the fields of artificial intelligence and biology gathered to examine whether there was any ground to assume that a new AI paradigm was forming itself and what the essential ingredients of this new...

    Published May 31st 1995 by Psychology Press

  3. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Applications of Neural Networks to Telecommunications 2

    Edited by Joshua Alspector, Rodney Goodman, Timothy X. Brown

    Series: INNS Series of Texts, Monographs, and Proceedings Series

    This second International Workshop on Applications of Neural Networks to Telecommunications (IWANNT), like the first, was motivated by needs in the rapidly changing telecommunications industry. The last workshop featured an electronic version of the proceedings which was accessible to interested...

    Published April 30th 1995 by Psychology Press

  4. Backpropagation

    Theory, Architectures, and Applications

    Edited by Yves Chauvin, David E. Rumelhart

    Series: Developments in Connectionist Theory Series

    Composed of three sections, this book presents the most popular training algorithm for neural networks: backpropagation. The first section presents the theory and principles behind backpropagation as seen from different perspectives such as statistics, machine learning, and dynamical systems. The...

    Published January 31st 1995 by Psychology Press

  5. Current Trends in Connectionism

    Proceedings of the 1995 Swedish Conference on Connectionism

    Edited by Lars F. Niklasson, Mikael B. Bod‚n

    In order to build "intelligent" machines, many researchers have turned to the only naturally occurring intelligent system: the brain. For quite a while now, both the function and architecture of the brain have served as inspiration to philosophers, psychologists, computer scientists,...

    Published January 31st 1995 by Psychology Press

  6. Japanese Sentence Processing

    Edited by Reiko Mazuka, Noriko Nagai

    This volume is a direct result of the International Symposium on Japanese Sentence Processing held at Duke University. The symposium provided the first opportunity for researchers in three disciplinary areas from both Japan and the United States to participate in a conference where they could...

    Published December 31st 1994 by Psychology Press

  7. Expertise and Technology

    Cognition & Human-computer Cooperation

    Edited by Jean-Michel Hoc, Pietro C. Cacciabue, Erik Hollnagel, P. Carlo Cacciabue

    Series: Expertise: Research and Applications Series

    Technological development has changed the nature of industrial production so that it is no longer a question of humans working with a machine, but rather that a joint human machine system is performing the task. This development, which started in the 1940s, has become even more pronounced with the...

    Published November 30th 1994 by Psychology Press

  8. Natural Language Computing

    An English Generative Grammar in Prolog

    By Ray C. Dougherty

    This book's main goal is to show readers how to use the linguistic theory of Noam Chomsky, called Universal Grammar, to represent English, French, and German on a computer using the Prolog computer language. In so doing, it presents a follow-the-dots approach to natural language processing,...

    Published October 31st 1994 by Psychology Press

  9. The Creative Process

    A Computer Model of Storytelling and Creativity

    By Scott R. Turner

    Someday computers will be artists. They'll be able to write amusing and original stories, invent and play games of unsurpassed complexity and inventiveness, tell jokes and suffer writer's block. But these things will require computers that can both achieve artistic goals and be creative. Both...

    Published October 31st 1994 by Psychology Press

  10. Connectionist Modelling in Cognitive Neuropsychology: A Case Study

    A Special Issue of Cognitive Neuropsychology

    By David C. Plaut, Tim Shallice

    Series: Essays in Cognitive Psychology

    Computational models offer tools for exploring the nature of human cognitive processes. In connectionist, neural network, or parallel distributed processing models, information processing takes the form of cooperative and competitive interactions among many simple, neuron-like processing units....

    Published September 19th 1994 by Psychology Press