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Compositionality and Biologically Plausible Models  

Terrence Stewart and Chris Eliasmith

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Feb 2012
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Sep 2012
Cognitive theories have expressed their components using an artificial symbolic language, such as first-order predicate logic, and the atoms in such representations are non-decomposable ... More

Non-Symbolic Compositional Representation and Its Neuronal Foundation: To wards An Emulative Semantics  

Markus Werning

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Feb 2012
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Sep 2012
This article proposes a neurobiologically motivated theory of meaning as internal representation that holds on to the principle of compositionality, but negates the principle of semantic ... More

The Parallel Architecture and its Place in Cognitive Science  

Ray Jackendoff

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Feb 2015
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Jul 2015
The Parallel Architecture shares classical generative grammar’s concern with the psychological and biological foundations of the language capacity. However, it argues for different formal ... More

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