About: In this book, well known researchers in philosophy, cognitive psychology linguistics, and neuroscience address two questions about connectionism as an alternative to traditional symbolic cognitive models.
About: Neural Connections, Mental Computation addresses the key questions of whether connectionist models are computationally sufficient to account for complex cognitive functions and whether connectionism can account for such functions in a neurobiologically realistic way.
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