Complexity in Classificatory Reasoning

@inproceedings{Goel1987ComplexityIC,
  title={Complexity in Classificatory Reasoning},
  author={Ashok K. Goel and Neelam Soundararajan and B. Chandrasekaran},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={1987}
}
Classificatory reasoning involves the tasks of concept evaluation and classification, which may be performed with use of the strategies of concept matching and concept activation, respectively. Different implementations of the strategies of concept matching and concept activation are possible, where an implementation is characterized by the organization of knowledge and the control of information processing it uses. In this paper we define the tasks of concept evaluation and classification, and… CONTINUE READING

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