Perceptual Representation and Reasoning

@inproceedings{Chandrasekaran1993PerceptualRA,
  title={Perceptual Representation and Reasoning},
  author={Balaji Kartikeyan Chandrasekaran and N. Hari Narayanan},
  year={1993}
}
A common view of reasoning in cognitive science is that it is a process that operates on abstract sentential representations. This view implies a separation of reasoning from sensory perception. Consequently, the study of perception has proceeded relatively independently of the study of various reasoning strategies that humans employ. In this paper we argue that there are many commonsense situations in which human reasoning is tightly coupled with perception, in particular with perceptually… CONTINUE READING

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