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Recursion and Cognitive Science: Data Structures and Mechanisms
J. E. García-Albea, David J. Lobina
Published 2009
Computer Science
Recursion and Cognitive Science: Data Structures and Mechanisms David J. Lobina (davidjames.lobina@urv.cat) CRAMC, Department of Psychology (URV)\Department of Philosophy (UB) Ctra. de Valls s\n… Expand
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