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(1991). Harpoons and long sticks: The interaction of theory and similarity in rule induction. Discovering rules from large collections of examples: A case study. Learning by being told and learning from examples: An experimental comparison of the two methods of knowledge acquisition in the context of developing an expert system for soybean disease(More)
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The Dissertation Advisory Committee and the student's Department Chair, as representatives of the faculty, certify that this dissertation has met all standards of excellence and scholarship as determined by the faculty. The Dean of the College of Education concurs. By presenting this dissertation as a partial fulfillment of the requirements for the advanced(More)
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Dr. Graves acknowledged that he was not a neurologist, and to find the neurological evidence he needed to support his Levels of Existence Theory he had to turn to the research of other scientists. The bibliography of pertinent studies, listed below, was compiled by Dr. Graves up to about August, 1969. Ambrose, J. A. " The development of the smiling response(More)
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