A Computational Level Theory of Similarity

@inproceedings{Love2000ACL,
  title={A Computational Level Theory of Similarity},
  author={Bradley C. Love},
  year={2000}
}
Why are some pairs of objects (or events) perceived to be more similar to each other than other pairs? A computational level theory of perceived similarity is presented that extends previous geometric and set-theoretic formulations. Like previous approaches, the current account posits that the similarity of two objects is a function of the common and distinctive features of the two objects. Unlike previous approaches, similarity is also a function of higher-order compatibility relations among… CONTINUE READING

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