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One closely related book published recently is Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies by Douglas Hofstadter and the fluid analogies research group (1995). ... Goodman (Ed.), Problems and projects (pp. 437-447). New York: Bobbs-Merrill. Hofstadter, D. R., & the Fluid Analogies Research Group. (1995). Fluid concepts and creative analogies. ...doi:10.1037/004603 fatcat:kzyhafamrfddtl7vvpolptdhea
Fluid concepts and creative analogies: models of the fundamental mechanisms of thought. BasicBooks, Inc: New York, NY, 1995. ix, 518 pp. ISBN 0-465- 05154-5 (hardcover). ... With these intuitions as guides, Hofstadter and the mem- bers of the Fluid Analogies Research Group have developed computer models [of these processes]. ...
Chapman & Hall/CRC Computer & Information Science Series
Before entering into a discussion of the dynamics of computational modeling of analogymaking, we must first make clear what we mean analogy-making. ... While this is certainly part of the story, I will take a broader view of analogy-making, one originally adopted, among others, by ... This, of course, is not to say that no other computer models of analogy-making incorporate dynamic control mechanisms. ...doi:10.1201/9781420010855.ch2 fatcat:mst3xzim2vdi3myqnyvkrf6fbu
Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer 1986. Girolamo Saccheri's Euclides vindicatus. Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Edited and translated by George B. Thought. Basic Books, New York. ... Oxford University Press, Hofstadter, Douglas R., and the Fluid / Oxford and New York. Analogies Research Group. 1995. Fluid Saccheri, Girolamo and George B. Halsted. ...
Our knowledge of the workings of our brains in necessarily high-level, and at this level we know our brains by interacting with them. ... Furthermore, if a computer program can predict human behavior as well as a human being can, it can "predict" it's own behavior and achieve consciousness. ... Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Com- puter Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought. BasicBooks, New York, 1995. ...doi:10.1002/j.1538-7305.1951.tb01366.x fatcat:efagmxvv4zg2rnnywx2ryvugla
This dissertation explores the integration of learning and analogy-making through the development of a computer program, called Analogator, that learns to make analogies by example. ... This approach is compared and contrasted with other computational models of analogy-making. The model's training and generalization performance is examined, and limitations are discussed. ... Indeed, the concept of "concept" lies at the center of all of the projects that have come from Hofstadter's group, the Fluid Analogies Research Group (FARG). ...arXiv:2001.06668v1 fatcat:knvij46pqvcj5hsxxrvxiav5lq
Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought. Basic Books New York. Jarmasz, Mario and Stan Szpakowicz 2003. ... Probabilistic latent mation Retrieva SIGIR °99), pages 50-57, Berkeley, CA \ugust Hofstadter, Douglas and the Fluid Analogies Research Group. 1995. ...
For instance, Melanie Mitchell and Douglas Hofstadter sought to better understand high-level perception by developing the Copycat algorithm for completing analogies between letter sequences. ... Computational models of analogy making have been studied extensively in the field of cognitive science to better understand high-level human cognition. ... Acknowledgments We thank the anonymous reviewers and Cindy Rubio González for comments that signi cantly improved this paper. ...arXiv:2009.06592v1 fatcat:aitifbquhjcaxe5ik4f64t3e54
We discuss the connection between frame blends and analogies, focusing on the Copycat domain: an idealized microworld in which analogy making can be studied and modeled on computer. ... We summarize the proceedings of the Workshop on Humor and. The principal type of humor considered, slippage humor, is defined and contrasted with aggression-based humor. ... Introduction: Raison d'être of the Workshop At the Center for Research on Concepts and Cognition, we are using computer models to work toward an understanding of the mechanisms underlying human thought ...arXiv:1310.1676v3 fatcat:7wovms52xvhjtfnrkqllkrgsdm
Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer 1986. Girolamo Saccheri's Euclides vindicatus. Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Edited and translated by George B. Thought. Basic Books, New York. ... Oxford University Press, Hofstadter, Douglas R., and the Fluid / Oxford and New York. Analogies Research Group. 1995. Fluid Saccheri, Girolamo and George B. Halsted. ...doi:10.1162/coli.2000.26.4.642 fatcat:vu77puiq25edzav5ornuovqb3a
Artificial Intelligence and Creativity
Analogy-making in a microdomain is used as the testbed for a computer model of creativity. ... Among the unusual features of the model are: (1) its nondeterministic parallel-processing architecture, modeled to some extent on architectures for perception; (2) the modeling of concepts as probabilistically ... Copycat is not just intended to be a model of analogy-making (in itself a rather daunting task); it is intended to be a model of creative analogymaking. ...doi:10.1007/978-94-017-0793-0_28 fatcat:4pffqy7wy5fenf7l5rprwjabem
New Literary History
In Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought, Hofstadter details this research. 9 His mantra, "cognition is recognition," posits that cognition is ... branch in several different directions; hence his name for the method he instantiated in the programs, fluid concepts and creative analogies. ...doi:10.1353/nlh.2007.0021 fatcat:7yqg7r2mcrh33gtkoftsuvk5h4
Theoria et Historia Scientiarum
Acknowledgements Note on the text Introduction Acknowledgements Abbreviations Acknowledgments Introduction Acknowledgements Chapter 1: Introduction ... to Metaphor and Analogy 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Computational Approaches to Linguistic Metaphors 10.3 Computational Approaches to Predictive Analogy 10.4 A Computational Model of Creative Analogies ... Tony Veale How to Blend Concepts and Influence People: Computational Model of Conceptual Integration 11. ...doi:10.12775/ths.2002.018 fatcat:xhedy2qfcfc3fl2nxwemoehl74
AUTHORS CONSULTED ORALLY OR E-WISE The author wishes to thank these individuals who graciously answered the questions I put to them: ... Gödel-numbering has opened up vast new worlds" (Douglas Hofstadter, Gödel, Escher and Bach). ... GIT suggests humans are not computers. Creativity and intuitive powers are not the product of computer programs (Roger Penrose). ...doi:10.5642/hmnj.200101.24.07 fatcat:ft4etr4sgjcv7itraeuxtzgooa
The article then considers the role of explanation in the carrying out of research in creative design and arts fields. ... It discusses the epistemological assumptions of design and design research-the conception of true knowledge that underpins the quest to advance design knowledge through research. ... Stafford, Visual Analogy: Consciousness as the Art of Connecting, rev. ed. (1999; Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001); Douglas Hofstadter, I Am a Strange Loop (New York: Basic Books, 2007). 22 Umberto ...doi:10.1016/j.sheji.2017.09.002 fatcat:baxkuhrjxve5hoqjz67qe6u4pe
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