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computer architecture in which processors are connected in a manner suggestive of connections between neurons


any network of neurons or nuclei that function together to perform some function in the body

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What is a fully distributed representation scheme at one level of analysis is a locally distributed scheme at another level, and a localized scheme at yet another level.
If, for example, we had a distributed representation of cup with coffee and also a distributed representation of cup without coffee, and if we subtracted the latter from the former, we would not end up with a context-independent representation of coffee but rather a representation of coffee in the particular context of being inside a cup.
Keywords: distributed representation of data, geometric algebra, HRR, BSC, scaling
An ideal distributed representation system needs to meet several criteria in order to successfully perform cognitive tasks.
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We will ground our developments in relevant applications, particularly to natural language processing (learning distributed representations for language modelling and compositional semantics) and genetics (modelling genetic variations arising from population, genealogical and spatial structures).
Aerts entitled Distributed Representations Based on Geometric Algebra: the Continuous Model introduces a new model of distributed representations of complex structures (sentences in natural languages) based on geometric algebra.
To include light quarks in their calculations, Davies and her colleagues distributed representations of these quarks over many points on the lattice.
This chapter first covers semantic networks and their development into frames and scripts, and then turns to interactive activation models, connectionist models with distributed representations, and finally to 'symbolic connectionism', which might be thought of as a generalization of ideas embodied in interactive activation models.
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