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Author Schank, Roger C., 1946-
Title Computer models of thought and language, edited by Roger C. Schank [and] Kenneth Mark Colby
Imprint San Francisco, W. H. Freeman [1973]

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Descript 454 p. illus. 24 cm
Series A Series of books in psychology
Series of books in psychology
Contents Newell, A. Artificial intelligence and the concept of mind.--Natural language models: Simmons, R. F. Semantic networks; their computation and use for understanding English sentences. Wilks, Y. An artificial intelligence approach to machine translation. Winograd, T. A procedural model of language understanding. Schank, R. C. Identification of conceptualizations underlying natural language.--Models of belief systems: Colby, K. M. Simulations of belief systems. Abelson, R. P. The structure of belief systems.--Models of memory and cognition: Hunt, E. The memory we must have. Lindsay, R. K. In defense of ad hoc systems. Becker, J. D. A model for encoding of experiential information.--Bibliography (p. 435-446.)
Subject Psycholinguistics -- Mathematical models
Psycholinguistics -- Data processing
Alt Author Colby, Kenneth Mark, 1920-
ISBN/ISSN 0716708345


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