Finding Analogies Within Systems : Constraints on Unsegmented Mapping

@inproceedings{Baldwin2007FindingAW,
  title={Finding Analogies Within Systems : Constraints on Unsegmented Mapping},
  author={David Baldwin and Robert L. Goldstone},
  year={2007}
}
The complex structure and organization of knowledge in the human mind is one of the key facets of thought. One of the fundamental cognitive processes that operates over that structure is analogy. A typical computational model of analogy might juxtapose a source domain and a target domain, such as the solar system and the Bohr-Rutherford (BR) model of an atom (Gentner, 1983). The goal is to nd a correspondence between these two domains a mapping between the elements in each that preserves… CONTINUE READING

Citations

Publications citing this paper.

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…