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Computer models of thought and language

Author: Roger C Schank; Kenneth Mark Colby
Publisher: San Francisco : W.H. Freeman, ©1973.
Series: Series of books in psychology.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger C Schank; Kenneth Mark Colby
ISBN: 0716708345 9780716708346
OCLC Number: 672241
Description: 454 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Artificial intelligence and the concept of mind / Allen Newell --
pt. 1. Natural language models. Semantic networks : their computation and use for understanding English sentences / R.F. Simmons --
An artificial intelligence approach to machine translation / Yorick Wilks --
A procedural model of language understanding / Terry Winograd --
Identification of conceptualizations underlying natural language / Roger C. Schank --
pt. 2. Models of belief systems. Simulations of belief systems / Kenneth Mark Colby --
The structure of belief systems / Robert P. Abelson --
pt. 3. Models of memory and cognition. The memory we must have / Earl Hunt --
In defense of ad hoc systems / Robert K. Lindsay --
A model for encoding of experiential information / Joseph D. Becker.
Series Title: Series of books in psychology.
Responsibility: edited by Roger C. Schank [and] Kenneth Mark Colby.

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