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IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks 9:739-755 (1998)
|Abstract||Uses connectionism (neural networks) to extract the "gist" of a story in order to represent a context going forward for the disambiguation of incoming words as a text is processed.|
|Keywords||Connectionism Natural language processing|
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