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Situated Conceptualization: Theory and Application

@inproceedings{Barsalou2015SituatedCT,
  title={Situated Conceptualization: Theory and Application},
  author={L. Barsalou},
  year={2015}
}
ed across the situated conceptualizations constructed for each kind of situation (e.g., Barsalou, 1992, 1999, 2003a). Within the frame, local outputs of the situation processing architecture constitute slots/variables (e.g., setting, agent, object, action, etc.), with the global relations integrating slots in a predicate-like manner. Interestingly, the individual networks comprising the situation processing architecture are reminiscent of the classic types of slots found in frames and related… Expand
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