Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (4):473-474 (1998)
|Abstract||“Chorus embodies an attempt to find out how far a mostly bottom-up approach to representation can be taken.” Models that embody both bottom-up and top-down learning have stronger computational properties and explain more data about representation than feedforward models do.|
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