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eBook Connectionism and Psychology: A Psychological Perspective on Connectionist Research epub
  • ISBN: 0745008348
  • Author: Philip Quinlan
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall / Harvester Wheatsheaf (October 1991)
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • ePUB size: 1934 kb
  • FB2 size 1605 kb
  • Formats mobi mbr lit lrf


Quinlan, Philip T. Publication date. Chicago : University of Chicago Press.

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The book ends with a general critique of the new connectionist approach. I read this book with steadily mounting admiration and excitement

The book ends with a general critique of the new connectionist approach. It is clear that new connectionism work provides a distinctive framework for thinking about central questions in cognition and perception. This new textbook provides a clear and useful introduction to its theories and applications. I read this book with steadily mounting admiration and excitement.

Connectionist models of development: Developmental processes in real and artificial neural networks.

Hemel Hempstead, Herts. Harvester Wheatsheaf and Chicago University Press. Connectionist models of development: Developmental processes in real and artificial neural networks. Hove and New York: Psychology Press.

Connectionism and psychology. by Philip T. Quinlan. Published 1991 by University of Chicago Press in Chicago. Connectionism, Protected DAISY, In library.

The books are now considered seminal connectionist works, and it is now common to fully equate PDP and connectionism . Rethinking Innateness: A connectionist perspective on development, Cambridge MA: MIT Press, ISBN 978-0262550307. Marcus, Gary F. (2001).

The books are now considered seminal connectionist works, and it is now common to fully equate PDP and connectionism, although the term "connectionism" is not used in the books. But perceptron models were made very unpopular by the book Perceptrons by Marvin Minsky and Seymour Papert, published in 1969.

Many connectionist principles can be traced back to early work in. .Rethinking Innateness: A connectionist perspective on development, Cambridge MA: MIT Press.

Many connectionist principles can be traced back to early work in psychology such as the work of William James, although it should be pointed out that psychological theories based on what was then known about the human brain were quite fashionable at the end of the 19th century.

Learn More at LibraryThing. Philip T. Quinlan at LibraryThing.

Books by Philip T. Cognitive Psychology. by Dr Philip Quinlan and Dr Ben Dyson. Mass Market Paperback.

Comments: (2)
Isha
I had wanted to learn about artifical neural nets (ANNs), but didn't want to buy a research or teaching text on the subject, on the grounds that I didn't want to get bogged down with specific technical applications. (Signature authentication, tank recognition, car steering systems, etc.)
This proved to be the ideal book for me... introducing the concepts of ANNs in the context of comparisons with their natural equivalents. The thrust, therefore, was on the insights that ANN research could give for psychology/neurology, and the lessons that psychology/neurology could give to ANN research.
Despite its welcome lack of heavy mathematics, it is a serious overview of the subject, worthy of reading at the research level.
Reddefender
I had wanted to learn about artificial neural nets (ANNs), but didn't want to buy a research or teaching text on the subject, on the grounds that I didn't want to get bogged down with specific technical applications. (Signature authentication, tank recognition, car steering, etc.)
This proved to be the ideal book for me... introducing the concepts of ANNs in the context of comparisons with their natural equivalents. The thrust, therefore, is on the insights that ANN research can give for psychology/neurology, and the lessons that psychology/neurology can give to ANN research.
Despite its welcome lack of heavy mathematics, this book provides a serious overview of the subject, worthy of reading by a research-level audience.
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