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What's in a Name? The Multiple Meanings of "Chunk" and "Chunking"
The term chunk, denoting a unit, and the related term chunking, denoting a mechanism to construct that unit, are familiar terms within psychology and cognitive science. The Oxford English Dictionary provides several ...
Computational scientific discovery and cognitive science theories
'Chunks, schemata and retrieval structures: Past and current computational models
A recurring question in psychology and cognitive science concerns the expression of theories that are internally consistent and testable. Natural language is unsatisfactory, as theoretical concepts and mechanisms are not ...
A question of balance: The benefits of pattern-recognition when solving problems in a complex domain
The dual-process theory of human cognition proposes the existence of two systems for decision-making: a slower, deliberative,problem-solving system and a quicker, reactive, pattern-recognition system. We alter the balance ...
Piece of mind: Long-term memory structure in ACT-R and CHREST
(Cognitive Science Society, 2015)
Creating a plausible Unified Theory of Cognition (UTC) requires considerable effort from large, potentially distributed, teams. Computational Cognitive Architectures (CCAs) provide researchers with a concrete medium for ...
On developing robust models for favourability analysis : Model choice, feature sets and imbalanced data
Locating documents carrying positive or negative favourability is an important application within media analysis. This article presents some empirical results on the challenges facing a machine-learning approach to this ...
Semi-automatic analysis of traditional media with machine learning
Developing robust models for favourability analysis
(Association for Computational Linguistics, 2011)
Locating documents carrying positive or negative favourability is an important application within media analysis. This paper presents some empirical results on the challenges facing a machine-learning approach to this kind ...
Unscrambling code clones for one-to-one matching of duplicated code
(University of Hertfordshire, 2010)
Code clone detection tools find sections of code that are similar. Different tools use difference representations of the code and different matching algorithms. This diversity makes clone detection tools attractive for ...