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Context, categories and modality: Challenges for the Rumelhart model

  • James A. Hampton (a1)

Abstract

Three issues are raised in this commentary. First, the mapping of semantic information into the different layers could be done in a more realistic way by using the Context layer to represent situational contexts. Second, a way to differentiate category membership information from other property information needs to be considered. Finally, the issue of modal knowledge is raised.

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