Four papers dealt with formal (symbol-string) analogies
In terms of thinking like humans, analogies
are where it's at," said Forbus, Walter P.
In the synectics model, Joyce and Weil (2000) describe three types of analogies
to be used: personal analogy, direct analogy, and compressed conflict.
Walitt, however, acknowledged a cavea--that fibromyalgia is a very hard problem and that, even if we hadn't been chasing analogies
we may still not be better off.
are visible in the poetry of Smith and Darwin which elucidates systematic botany by creating narrative and visual connections between plants and the technical information represented by their names, classes, and orders.
Avicenna identifies three ways in which the intensional similarities of absolute analogies
are diversified by the intensional dissimilarities of their instances.
Luckily for O'Malley, the analogies
and echoes from the past are those of a couple of relatively unknown governors of recent past named Jimmy Carter of Georgia and Bill Clinton of Arkansas.
Thus, we specifically designed two different analogies
, one being relational salience analogy and the other one being surface salience analogy.
The central thesis of Douglas Hofstadter and Emmanuel Sander's massive new tome, Surfaces and Essences: Analogy as the Fuel and Fire of Thinking, is as follows: "the spotting of analogies
pervade every moment of our thought .
2) - weaving and Posamentierarbeiten by historical findings and analogies
in Room 105
In this challenging book for general readers, Pulitzer Prize-winner Hofstadter and co-author Sander (cognitive and developmental psychology, University of Paris) claim that the ability to make analogies
lies at the root of human thought.
The second part -- thinking in analogies
-- seems less broadly applicable.
In order to do this, we can make use of analogical pedagogy (James 2003, Harrison 1993, Clement 1993), which capitalizes on the promise that students can quickly learn basics by making analogies
between a new skill to be learned and an already well-established skill.
are effective techniques to help learners connect new concepts to concepts already mastered.
Politicians and supporters of Israel often use analogies
to try and paint the Palestinians as the bad guys, the villains who are responsible for the conflict, and the party that is responsible for there being no chance of peace.