7 edition of Representation and understanding found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Daniel G. Bobrow and Allan Collins.|
|Series||Language, thought, and culture|
|Contributions||Bobrow, Daniel Gureasko., Collins, Allan.|
|LC Classifications||BF311 .R388|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 427 p. :|
|Number of Pages||427|
|LC Control Number||75021630|
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Format: Hardcover. Human understanding, then, is a process by which new information gets treated in terms of the old information already present in memory.
The chapter presents an argument for a combination of the notions of semantic memory and episodic memory. The basis of human memory is the conceptualization. Description. Language, Thought, and Culture: Advances in the Study of Cognition: Representation and Understanding: Studies in Cognitive Science focuses on the principles, processes, and methodologies involved in artificial intelligence.
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We will always consider associative algebras with unit. This work clearly defines 'representation', and gives the reader an understanding of how various elements (language, culture, gender, genre, etc.) act as variables in affecting and altering the meaning and concept of 'representation'.
The book also provides a detailed critique on how language participates heavily in the 'meaning production' and 4/5(28).Representation, meaning, and language Posted on April 5, J by Alisa In his interview with Eve Bearne, Gunther Kress argues that literacy is “that which is about representation” (Kress, in Bearne,p.
).Works out the implications of the claims of Ch. 5. Concepts used to explain actions of thinking creatures are irreducibly causal: the explanatory causal vocabulary that we call upon to interpret the semantics of a thinking object or creature is normative, relying on the interpreter's own standards of rationality.
Sciences like physics, on the other hand, seek explanations and laws in which.