A spy to spy on a spy: From type to token representation with cell assemblies

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (2):306-307 (1999)
The idea of representing words with cell assemblies is very appealing. However, syntactic sequences need to be represented as well. This cannot be done by using the activity levels of assemblies. Instead, structural relations and operations between assemblies are needed to achieve serial order in syntactic word strings.
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