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Toward a New Grand Theory of Development? Connectionism and Dynamic Systems Theory Reconsidered
Published 2009
Computer Science
I discuss a connectionist model, based on Elman’s (1990, 1991) Simple Recurrent Network, of the acquisition of complex syntactic structure. While not intended as a detailed model of the process… Expand
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