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Harpy, production systems and human cognition

@inproceedings{Newell1978HarpyPS,
  title={Harpy, production systems and human cognition},
  author={A. Newell},
  year={1978}
}
  • A. Newell
  • Published 1978
  • Computer Science
  • Harpy is a speech understanding system that attained (in 1976) a set of highly demanding specifications laid down in 1971 for the recognition of continuous speech (902 accuracy, 1000 words, several speakers, but restricted syntax and semantics). Harpy is an achievement in artificial intelligence, without regard to psychology. Its success, however, makes it worthwhile to ask for its implications for the psychology of speech perception. This paper explores that issue by performing a sufficiency… CONTINUE READING
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