This book describes a neurally based model, implemented as a connectionist network, of how the aperture problem is solved.
Analogy-Making as Perception is based on the premise that analogy-making is fundamentally a high-level perceptual process in which the interaction of perception and concepts gives rise to "conceptual slippages" which allow analogies to be made.
This book explores unintentional learning from an information-processing perspective.
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