Implications of Recursive Distributed Representations

@inproceedings{Pollack1988ImplicationsOR,
  title={Implications of Recursive Distributed Representations},
  author={Jordan B. Pollack},
  booktitle={NIPS},
  year={1988}
}
I will describe my recent results on the automatic development of fixed-width recursive distributed representations of variable-sized hierarchal data structures. One implication of this work is that certain types of AI-style datastructures can now be represented in fixed-width analog vectors. Simple inferences can be performed using the type of pattern associations that neural networks excel at. Another implication arises from noting that these representations become self-similar in the limit… CONTINUE READING

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