How to Solve the Problem of Compositionality by Oscillatory Networks

@inproceedings{Werning2001HowTS,
  title={How to Solve the Problem of Compositionality by Oscillatory Networks},
  author={Markus Werning and markus. werning},
  year={2001}
}
Cognitive systems are regarded to be compositional: The semantic values of complex representations are determined by, and dependent on, the semantic values of primitive representations. Both classical and connectionist networks fail to model compositionality in a plausible way. The paper introduces oscillatory networks as a third alternative. It provides neurobiological evidence for the adequacy of those networks and argues that they are compositional. Oscillatory networks combine the virtues… CONTINUE READING

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