Definitions

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  • n. an advocate of connectionism
  • adj. of, or relating to connectionism

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Examples

  • Example two: behaviourist / connectionist overlap: Much contemporary work in cognitive science on the set of models known as connectionist or parallel distributed processing PDP models seems to share behaviorism's anti-nativism about learning.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Much contemporary work in cognitive science on the set of models known as connectionist or parallel distributed processing (PDP) models seems to share behaviorism's anti-nativism about learning.

    Behaviorism

  • The mind as a connectionist network, little nerve cells and clusters with reinforcing connections to other nerves, until associations build up.

    ere the cock crows thrice

  • Two different ways to represent an apple - a semantic network and a connectionist network

    need to integrate different approaches to AI (Minsky)

  • He contrasts two different ways to represent an apple, through a semantic symbolic network and a connectionist network

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • The popularity of a connectionist only approach has retarded research into intelligence.

    need to integrate different approaches to AI (Minsky)

  • His model is a connectionist model illustrating how neural trajectories and multidimensional, neuronal activation vectors drive reason.

    Analogy, How Scientifically Powerful is It?

  • There is a problem with the conventional categories (such as cognitivism, instructionism / behaviourism, constructivism, connectionist / connectivism, neuroscience) because some (many?) learning theorists bridge more than one category

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Moreover, connectionists argue that information processing as it occurs in connectionist networks more closely resembles some features of actual human cognitive functioning.

    Mental Representation

  • Ramsey, Stich and Garon (1990) have argued that if connectionist models of cognition are basically correct, then there are no discrete representational states as conceived in ordinary commonsense psychology and classical cognitive science.

    Mental Representation

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