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CGSC170 Chapter 9.2 pt 3:

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20 Dec 2019
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Codes phonetic information about individual phonemes within a word and their context. Represent verb stems in a way that can capture similarities in ho
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CGSC170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.1 pt 2: Gottlob Frege, Deep Structure And Surface Structure, Physical Symbol System

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20 Dec 2019
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No language can exist without a vocabulary. Only in the context of a sentence do words have meaning. Rules that govern how words can be put together to
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CGSC170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.1: Logical Consequence

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15 May 2018
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Unity of science assumes that all of science is a unified intellectual enterprise focused on giving a complete account of the natural world. Integratio
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CGSC170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.1 pt 1: Physical Symbol System, Deep Structure And Surface Structure

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20 Dec 2019
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Language and rules- the challenge for information-processing models. Without language our cognitive, emotional and social lives would cease to exist. W
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CGSC170 Chapter 8.3 pt 1:

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20 Dec 2019
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Diserataion of a description of a learning algorithm for multilayered networks. Papers that displayed what could be done if multilayer neural networks
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CGSC170 Chapter 8.2 pt 2:

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20 Dec 2019
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Network units in the domain and range connection can represent binary boolean functions. First they must represent boolean functions using numbers. If
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CGSC170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.5: Visual Cortex, Local Field Potential, Functional Neuroimaging

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14 May 2018
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Neuroscientists study the behavior of individual neurons. Microelectrodes can be inserted in brains of animals and used to record activity in cells whi
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CGSC170 Chapter 8.2 pt 4:

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20 Dec 2019
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Looking for a learning rule that would permit a network with random weights and a random threshold to settle on a configuration of weights and threshol
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CGSC170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Boolean Function, George Boole, Sentence Clause Structure

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20 Dec 2019
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Functions are understood strictly mathematically in this sense. Two numbers as inputs yields a third number as the output. Output is the sum of two inp
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CGSC170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.3: Backpropagation, Hebbian Theory, Unsupervised Learning

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20 Dec 2019
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Individual unit"s weights changes directly as a function of the inputs to and outputs from that unit. Information for changing the weight of a synaptic
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CGSC170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.5 pt 3: Local Field Potential, Visual Cortex, Electrophysiology

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20 Dec 2019
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Sends signal to other neurons to which it is connected. They only fire when the level of internal activity reaches a particular. There can be plenty of
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CGSC170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.2 pt 2: Steven Pinker, David Rumelhart, Connectionism

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20 Dec 2019
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Proposed a model of understanding english past tense that fits very well with this analysis. Goes via a symbolic representation of the rule that the pa
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