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By Michael C. Mozer, Michael I. Jordan, Thomas Petsche

The yearly convention on Neural info Processing structures (NIPS) is the flagship convention on neural computation. It attracts preeminent educational researchers from around the globe and is greatly thought of to be a show off convention for brand spanking new advancements in community algorithms and architectures. The vast variety of interdisciplinary learn parts represented contains neural networks and genetic algorithms, cognitive technology, neuroscience and biology, computing device technology, AI, utilized arithmetic, physics, and plenty of branches of engineering. simply approximately 30% of the papers submitted are authorized for presentation at NIPS, so the standard is quite excessive. the entire papers offered look in those complaints.

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Because of this influence of world knowledge and the importance of the interrelation between concepts the alternative view of conceptual processing is often called theory theory. The two theoretical accounts can be viewed as competitive but there are other ways to specify their relationship. Khalidi (1995) proposes that the two theories describe different cognitive phenomena, which he bases on the 3. Resolving Ambiguous Descriptions through Visual Information 47 observation that they use different experimental approaches.

When the linguistic information does not activate the same features like visual input (for example: Description: "square"; objects: cubes and cylinders), the identification of a referent will take longer than when the two input sources activate the same features (Description: "cube"; objects: cubes and cylinders). , 199412000): When they are asked to choose a square they mark a cube. So humans can deal with deviant descriptions, but we suppose that the time subjects need to make a choice correlates with the amount of subconceptual information.

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