Subjective Complexity of Categories Defined over Three-Valued Features

@inproceedings{Aitkin2006SubjectiveCO,
  title={Subjective Complexity of Categories Defined over Three-Valued Features},
  author={Cordelia D. Aitkin},
  year={2006}
}
Many studies in the last four decades have investigated the relative difficulty in learning of concepts defined by various logical forms. Historically, most such studies have used Boolean concepts, that is, categories formed by logical combinations of binary-valued variables. In previous work, we have found that in such categories subjective difficulty is well predicted by Boolean complexity, that is, the length of the shortest propositional formula equivalent to the concept. However, this… CONTINUE READING
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