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'''Connectionism''' is a set of approaches in the fields of [[artificial intelligence]], [[cognitive science]] and [[philosophy of mind]], that attempts to represent [[mind|mental]] or [[behavior]]al phenomena as [[emergence|emergent processes]] of ''interconnected networks of simple units''. There are many forms of connectionism, but the most common forms use [[artificial neural network|artificial]] and [[biological neural network]] models.
 
==Basic principles==
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