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Glossing Over Too Much
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (1997)
  • Gin McCollum, Portland State University
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Although Phillips & Singer’s proposal of commonalities seems sound, information theory and artificial neural network modeling omit important detail. An example is given of a distributed neural transformation that has been characterized mathematically and found to have both overall commonalities and differences of detail in different regions. P&S’s contextual field is compared to inclusive regions in a formalism relevant for modeling bodily-kinaesthetic intelligence
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Gin McCollum. "Glossing Over Too Much" Behavioral and Brain Sciences Vol. 20 (1997)
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