Ch. 13. Landauer the Computational Basis of Learning. 1 on the Computational Basis of Learning and Cognition: Arguments from Lsa

@inproceedings{Landauer2002Ch1L,
  title={Ch. 13. Landauer the Computational Basis of Learning. 1 on the Computational Basis of Learning and Cognition: Arguments from Lsa},
  author={Thomas K. Landauer},
  year={2002}
}
To deal with a continuously changing environment, living things have three choices. (1) Evolve unvarying processes that usually succeed. (2) Evolve genetically fixed (possibly ontologically developing) effector, perceptual, and computational functions that are contingent on the environment. (3) Learn adaptive functions during their lifetimes. The theme of this chapter is the relation between (2) and (3): the nature of evolutionarily determined computational processes that support learning… CONTINUE READING
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