Feature-vs . Relation-Defined Categories : Probab ( alistic ) ly Not the Same

@inproceedings{Kittur2004FeaturevsR,
  title={Feature-vs . Relation-Defined Categories : Probab ( alistic ) ly Not the Same},
  author={Aniket Kittur},
  year={2004}
}
Relational categories underlie many uniquely human cognitive processes including analogy, problem solving, and scientific discovery. Despite their ubiquity and importance, the field of category learning has focused almost exclusively on categories based on features. Classification of featurebased categories is typically modeled by calculating similarity to stored representations, an approach that successfully models the learning of both probabilistic and deterministic category structures. In… CONTINUE READING