STRUCTURAL ALIGNMENT IN COMPARISON : No Difference Without Similarity Dedre Gentner

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Theories of similarity generally agree that the similarity ofa pair increases with its commonalities and decreases with its differences. Recent research suggests that this comparison process involves an alignment of structured representations yielding commonalities, differences related to the commonalities, and differences unrelated to the commonalities… (More)

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