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Knowledge Representation and Organization - Cognitive Psychology - Lecture Slides

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Post: December 12th, 2012
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Knowledge Representation and Organization, Organization of Declarative Knowledge, Concepts and Categories, Semantic Network Mod, Schematic Representations, Representations of Procedural Knowledge, Integrative Models for Representing, Declarative and Nondeclarative Knowledge, Combining Representations, Models Based on Human Brain are some points from this lecture of Cognitive Psychology course.
Knowledge Representation and Organization, Organization of Declarative Knowledge, Concepts and Categories, Semantic Network Mod, Schematic Representations, Representations of Procedural Knowledge, Integrative Models for Representing, Declarative and Nondeclarative Knowledge, Combining Representations, Models Based on Human Brain are some points from this lecture of Cognitive Psychology course.
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Knowledge Representation and Organization Docsity.com Outline 1. Organization of Declarative Knowledge 1. Concepts and Categories 2. Semantic Network Models 3. Schematic Representations 2. Representations of Procedural Knowledge 3. Integrative Models for Representing Declarative and Nondeclarative Knowledge 1. Combining Representations: ACT-R 2. Models Based on the Human Brain 3. Parallel Processing: The Connectionist Model Docsity.com ? As quickly and as legibly as possible, write your normal signature, from the first letter of your first name to the last letter of your last name. Now as quickly and as legibly as possible, write your signature backward. Which signature was more easily and accurately created? Docsity.com Procedural Knowledge versus Declarative Knowledge • Declarative Knowledge – The what of knowledge representations • Procedural Knowledge – Involves some degree of skill, which increases as a result of practice – The how (the process) of knowledge re..

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