Components of conceptual representation. From feature lists to recursive frames

In I. Van Mechelen, J. Hampton, R. Michalski & P. Theuns (eds.), Categories and Concepts: Theoretical Views and Inductive Data Analysis. Academic Press. 97-144 (1993)
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