Confidence and gradedness in semantic categorization: definitely somewhat artifactual, maybe absolutely natural.

Abstract

Artifacts tend to be categorized in a graded (i.e., continuous) manner, whereas natural categorization tends to be absolute (i.e., discrete). This domain-specific categorization is assumed to reflect a domain difference in representation. However, another tenable but untested explanation is that graded categorization arises from uncertainty, which is… (More)

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