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Deep learning : how the mind overrides experience

Deep learning : how the mind overrides experience (5회 대출)

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단행본
개인저자
Ohlsson, Stellan.
서명 / 저자사항
Deep learning : how the mind overrides experience / Stellan Ohlsson.
발행사항
Cambridge ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   2011.  
형태사항
xiii, 523 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780521835688 (hbk.)
요약
"Although the ability to retain, process, and project prior experience onto future situations is indispensable, the human mind also possesses the ability to override experience and adapt to changing circumstances. Cognitive scientist Stellan Ohlsson analyzes three types of deep, non-monotonic cognitive change: creative insight, adaptation of cognitive skills by learning from errors, and conversion from one belief to another, incompatible belief. For each topic, Ohlsson summarizes past research, re-formulates the relevant research questions, and proposes information-processing mechanisms that answer those questions. The three theories are based on the principles of redistribution of activation, specialization of practical knowledge, and re-subsumption of declarative information. Ohlsson develops the implications of those mechanisms by scaling their effects with respect to time, complexity, and social interaction. The book ends with a unified theory of non-monotonic cognitive change that captures the abstract properties that the three types of change share"--
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 455-514) and indexes.
일반주제명
Learning, Psychology of. Cognitive learning theory. Mind and body.
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245 1 0 ▼a Deep learning : ▼b how the mind overrides experience / ▼c Stellan Ohlsson.
260 ▼a Cambridge ; ▼a New York : ▼b Cambridge University Press, ▼c 2011.
300 ▼a xiii, 523 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 24 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 455-514) and indexes.
520 ▼a "Although the ability to retain, process, and project prior experience onto future situations is indispensable, the human mind also possesses the ability to override experience and adapt to changing circumstances. Cognitive scientist Stellan Ohlsson analyzes three types of deep, non-monotonic cognitive change: creative insight, adaptation of cognitive skills by learning from errors, and conversion from one belief to another, incompatible belief. For each topic, Ohlsson summarizes past research, re-formulates the relevant research questions, and proposes information-processing mechanisms that answer those questions. The three theories are based on the principles of redistribution of activation, specialization of practical knowledge, and re-subsumption of declarative information. Ohlsson develops the implications of those mechanisms by scaling their effects with respect to time, complexity, and social interaction. The book ends with a unified theory of non-monotonic cognitive change that captures the abstract properties that the three types of change share"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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목차

Part I. Introduction: 1. The need to override experience; 2. The nature of the enterprise; Part II. Creativity: 3. The production of novelty; 4. Creative insight: the redistribution theory; 5. Creative insight writ large; Part III. Adaptation: 6. The growth of competence; 7. Error correction: the specialization theory; 8. Error correction in context; Part IV. Conversion: 9. The formation of belief; 10. Belief revision: the resubsumption theory; Part V. Conclusion: 11. Elements of a unified theory; 12. The recursion curse.


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