Structural representation and reasoning in a hybrid cognitive architecture

@article{Licato2014StructuralRA,
  title={Structural representation and reasoning in a hybrid cognitive architecture},
  author={John Licato and Ron Sun and Selmer Bringsjord},
  journal={2014 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN)},
  year={2014},
  pages={891-898}
}
Psychologically and neurobiologically plausible models of knowledge often must make a difficult choice between distributed and localist representation. Distributed representation can be flexible and hold up well to noisy data, but localist models allow for structured knowledge to be represented unambiguously and reasoned over in rigorous, transparent fashion. We present a way of representing knowledge within the hybrid cognitive architecture CLARION. Our system allows both structured knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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