Attention and U-Shaped Learning in the Acquisition of the Past Tense

Abstract

Plunkett & Marchman (1993) showed that a neural network trained on an incrementally expanded training set was able to master the past tense and show the U-shaped learning pattern characteristic of children. In Jackson, Constandse & Cottrell (1996) we argued that Plunkett & Marchman’s restriction of the training set was unrealistic and proposed a model of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Jackson1997AttentionAU, title={Attention and U-Shaped Learning in the Acquisition of the Past Tense}, author={Dan Jackson and Garrison W. Cottrell}, year={1997} }