Learning in Natural and Connectionist Systems: Experiments and a Model (Hardback)R.Hans Phaf (author)
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New empirical work is presented showing dissociations between implicit and explicit memory performance. Recently proposed explanations for such data lead to a new connectionist learning procedure: CALM (Categorizing and Learning Module), which can learn with or without supervision, and shows practical advantages over many existing procedures. Specific experiments are simulated by a network model (ELAN) composed of CALM modules. A working memory extension to the model is also discussed that could give it symbol manipulation abilities.
The book will be of interest to memory psychologists and connectionists, as well as to cognitive scientists who in the past have tended to restrict themselves to symbolic models.
Number of pages: 294
Weight: 1380 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 19 mm
Edition: 1994 ed.
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