Toward an interactive model of reading.

@inproceedings{Rumelhart1994TowardAI,
  title={Toward an interactive model of reading.},
  author={D. Rumelhart},
  year={1994}
}
Reading is the process of understanding written language. It begins with a flutter of patterns on the retina and ends (when successful) with a definite idea about the author’s intended message. Thus, reading is at once a “perceptual” and a “cognitive” process. It is a process that bridges and blurs these two traditional distinctions. Moreover, a skilled reader must be able to make use of sensory, syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic information to accomplish his task. These various sources of… Expand
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