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Title: Knowledge representation for basic visual categories
Authors: Phelps, R I
Musgrove, P B
Keywords: learning;categorization;prototypes;knowledge representation
Issue Date: 1985
Publisher: Brunel University
Citation: Maths Technical Papers (Brunel University). January 1985, pp 1-18
Series/Report no.: ;TR/03/85
Abstract: This paper reports work on a model of machine learning which is based on the psychological theory of prototypical concepts. This theory is that concepts learnt naturally from interaction with the environment (basic categories) are not structured or defined in logical terms but are clustered in accordance with their similarity to a central prototype, representing the "most typical'' member.
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Mathematical Sciences

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