Connectionism coming of age: legacy and future challenges

@inproceedings{Mayor2014ConnectionismCO,
  title={Connectionism coming of age: legacy and future challenges},
  author={Julien Mayor and Pablo G{\'o}mez and Franklin Chang and Gary Lupyan},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2014}
}
In 1986, Rumelhart and McClelland took the cognitive science community by storm with the Parallel Distributed Processing (PDP) framework. Rather than abstracting from the biological substrate as was sought by the “information processing” paradigms of the 1970s, connectionism, as it has come to be called, embraced it. An immediate appeal of the connectionist agenda was its aim: to construct at the algorithmic level models of cognition that were compatible with their implementation in the… CONTINUE READING
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