Real-world categories don't allow uniform feature spaces – not just across categories but within categories also

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (1):28-28 (1998)
The Schyns et al. target article demonstrates that different classifications entail different representations, implying “flexible space learning.” We argue that flexibility is required even at the within-category level.
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