Making SME greedy and pragmatic

@inproceedings{Oblinger1990MakingSG,
  title={Making SME greedy and pragmatic},
  author={Kenneth D. Forbus Dan Oblinger},
  year={1990}
}
  • Kenneth D. Forbus Dan Oblinger
  • Published 1990
The Structure-Mapping Engine (SME) has successfully modeled several aspects of human analogical processing. However, it has two signi cant drawbacks: (1) SME constructs all structurally consistent interpretations of an analogy. While useful for theoretical explorations, this aspect of the algorithm is both psychologically implausible and computationally ine cient. (2) SME contains no mechanism for focusing on interpretations relevant to an analogizer's goals. This paper describes modi cations… CONTINUE READING
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