On the structural ambiguity in natural language that the neural architecture cannot deal with

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29 (1):71-72 (2006)
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We argue that van der Velde's & de Kamps's model does not solve the binding problem but merely shifts the burden of constructing appropriate neural representations of sentence structure to unexplained preprocessing of the linguistic input. As a consequence, their model is not able to explain how various neural representations can be assigned to sentences that are structurally ambiguous.



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Rens Bod
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