Maxwell A. Bertolero

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Network-based analyses of brain imaging data consistently reveal distinct modules and connector nodes with diverse global connectivity across the modules. How discrete the functions of modules are, how dependent the computational load of each module is to the other modules' processing, and what the precise role of connector nodes is for between-module(More)
We investigate whether holism presents a problem for in-ductive inference by examining the relationship between the size of a Bayesian network that represents human conceptual knowledge and the computational complexity of probabilistic inference in that network. We find that, despite prior claims, holism may not be a problem for inductive inference, as(More)
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