Aimed at graduate students and researchers in cognitive science,
this book focuses on how computational processes in this field are
shaped by the extent, detail or "level" of abstraction of the
cognitive model being used. A theory of levels of abstraction and
algorithms is proposed, and its implications for the "connectionist
versus classical" cognitive science debate are discussed.
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