Concept learning: A geometrical model

Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 101 (2):163–183 (2001)
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In contrast to symbolic or associationist representations, I advocate a third form of representing information that employs geometrical structures. I argue that this form is appropriate for modelling concept learning. By using the geometrical structures of what I call conceptual spaces, I define properties and concepts. A learning model that shows how properties and concepts can be learned in a simple but naturalistic way is then presented. I also discuss the advantages of the geometric approach over the symbolic and associationist traditions
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DOI 10.1111/j.0066-7372.2003.00026.x
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