Integration of Memory and Reasoning in Analogy-Making : The AMBR Model

@inproceedings{Holyoak1999IntegrationOM,
  title={Integration of Memory and Reasoning in Analogy-Making : The AMBR Model},
  author={Keith J. Holyoak and Boicho N. Kokinov and Alexander A. Petrov},
  year={1999}
}
Three blind men were exploring an elephant. The first of them, who happened to reach the leg, described the elephant as something like a tree trunk—high and of cylindrical shape. The second one grasped the ear and described the elephant as something like a blanket—flexible, thin, and covering a large surface. The third grasped the trunk and therefore formed an image of a long and flexible pipe-shaped object like a hose. For a long time they were arguing about the right conception of the… CONTINUE READING

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