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Both actually and potentially, knowledge of the forms, positions, and movements of things, and of other living beings, and of how to move about among them, is of the greatest use to an animal, and not ... But, very obviously, it is not the only type of knowledge acquired by the higher animals and by man. ...
My proposal concerns how new primitive symbols are coined and how they come to have the appropriate conceptual role. ... they are acquired. ...doi:10.1017/s0140525x08005608 pmid:25035525 pmcid:PMC4097143 fatcat:2udpffgspzcxhjsd4rumlpqbdq
The Evolution of Language
We argue that our model is a feasible way of acquiring conceptual knowledge in a linguistic relativism spirit. ... For any cognitive system to behave properly within a dynamic, ever changing natural environment, the ability to work with concepts is quite important. ...doi:10.1142/9789814295222_0063 fatcat:zprx4nmyhfeibk4xiczfdptpjm
But if that is right, what becomes of the concept of experiential knowledge, the idea that there is something contextualised about the wisdom acquired in situ on the ward and in the community? ... They involve complex systems, such as people, whose gross behaviour cannot be predicted in a linear fashion from knowledge of how the elements are functioning. ...doi:10.1136/pmj.78.925.637 pmid:12496313 pmcid:PMC1742567 fatcat:d3g6ahkglvbofamfrjvlingrmu
Results indicated an extremely wide range of knowledge about AIDS. ... The most important predictors of knowledge of how HIV is not transmitted were awareness of the health authorities’ version of the risks of trans- mission, confidence in the health authorities’ acquired ...
system for biological phe- nomena (or naive biology) have © what functions does it have in children’s lives © how is it acquired in ontogenesis © how does its early version change as children grow older ... © is it universal across cultures and through history propose that young children’s biological knowledge system has at least 3 components, that is, knowledge needed to specify the target objects of biology ...
The AI Magazine
new design knowledge, (9) the mechanism for chunking information about a design into a new case, and (10) the mechanism for storing a new case in memory for potential reuse in the future. ... new design knowledge, (9) the mechanism for chunking information about a design into a new case, and (10) the mechanism for storing a new case in memory for potential reuse in the future. ...doi:10.1609/aimag.v13i2.1000 dblp:journals/aim/Goel92 fatcat:3ouyomldt5bbvieef2mk4j2prq
However, students often lack conceptual understanding. Purpose (Hypothesis) The aim of this study was to find out how the acquisition of conceptual understanding can be facilitated. ... use of formulas, and how to build circuits. ... about how a specific variable (e.g., current) would behave in the different circuits. ...doi:10.1002/jee.20022 fatcat:7ky7yhtkyraxdalxjdeprwbizy
Existing models of category learning, such as exemplar and prototype models, neglect the role of goals in shaping conceptual organization. ... SUSTAIN'S OPERATION SUSTAIN simulates how humans incrementally acquire category knowledge and can be used to generate trial-by-trial predictions of behavior. ... One challenge for psychological research is to determine how humans acquire and represent categories. ...doi:10.1111/j.0963-7214.2005.00363.x fatcat:ajuy2du6jnbwxeubzc64swu5vi
Diffusion and Adoption of Information Technology
The knowledge engineering process for this system helped to integrate and translate research and practice from software engineering technology adoption and implementation within the field of technology ... This paper describes work that explores how tools can help change agents in software organizations incorporate new software engineering tools and methods more effectively. ... During the conceptualization stage, knowledge engineers are working at the conceptual level. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34982-4_4 fatcat:hkhhy3z5obft3b5cl5vwm3uwuu
Communications on Applied Electronics
The use of collaborative filtering and multi-agent systems can be used as a method of acquiring new knowledge. ii. ... As a matter of fact, the efficacy and efficiency of these range of predictive systems predictive systems are hugely dependent on how well the knowledge has been represented whether by ontology or other ...doi:10.5120/cae2016652362 fatcat:rlxq4rjg6jdkfosyirwwwfrspi
The kits support construction of two-dimensional, graphical structures that behave in characteristic ways when activated. ... The kits support construction of two-dimensional, graphical structures that behave in characteristic ways when activated. ... Over time, through repeated constructions of squares, the person no longer thinks about how the shape was formed. Understanding the shape becomes a matter of intuition, basic knowledge. ...doi:10.1145/633292.633376 dblp:conf/chi/StroheckerS00 fatcat:w22w7gaitngjhbahxgwhdikmru
Conversely, researchers increasingly report evidence that knowledge is grounded in modalityspecific systems, and see how these systems could help to implement a fully functional conceptual system. ... (in press) c Barsalou, L.W. (1999) Perceptual symbol systems. Behav. ...doi:10.1016/s1364-6613(02)00029-3 pmid:12584027 fatcat:r5p3jerhsjfbbajwfow7gvt7zm
CHI '00 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems - CHI '00
The kits support construction of two-dimensional, graphical structures that behave in characteristic ways when activated. ... The kits support construction of two-dimensional, graphical structures that behave in characteristic ways when activated. ... Over time, through repeated constructions of squares, the person no longer thinks about how the shape was formed. Understanding the shape becomes a matter of intuition, basic knowledge. ...doi:10.1145/633349.633376 fatcat:hq75c5p53varzoxhcgerdwxrt4
/thinking dichotomy actually behaves guided by the latest findings of the scientific research in the different fields dedicated for the study of the human mind. ... The two intellectual functions of learning; perception and thinking -as illustrated-are capable of describing the process of conceptual learning through which a multi-component image schema or a meaningful ... The four different thinking styles and those denoted for perception apply their function through the different memory systems to acquire knowledge through the process of conceptual 46 American Journal ...doi:10.1017/s0957423913000106 fatcat:25vry2kmtfdl5axcvbwh4fjlnq
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