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    Marc W. Howard, Karthik H. Shankar & Udaya K. K. Jagadisan (2011). Constructing Semantic Representations From a Gradually Changing Representation of Temporal Context. Topics in Cognitive Science 3 (1):48-73.
    Computational models of semantic memory exploit information about co-occurrences of words in naturally occurring text to extract information about the meaning of the words that are present in the language. Such models implicitly specify a representation of temporal context. Depending on the model, words are said to have occurred in the same context if they are presented within a moving window, within the same sentence, or within the same document. The temporal context model (TCM), which specifies a particular definition of (...)
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    Karthik H. Shankar (2014). Quantum Random Walks and Decision Making. Topics in Cognitive Science 6 (1):108-113.
    How realistic is it to adopt a quantum random walk model to account for decisions involving two choices? Here, we discuss the neural plausibility and the effect of initial state and boundary thresholds on such a model and contrast it with various features of the classical random walk model of decision making.
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  3. Marc W. Howard, Karthik H. Shankar, William R. Aue & Amy H. Criss (2015). A Distributed Representation of Internal Time. Psychological Review 122 (1):24-53.
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