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Connectionist Models of Neurocognition and Emergent Behavior
Previously I outlined a scheme for understanding the usefulness of computational models . 1 This scheme was accompanied by two specific proposals. Firstly, that although models have diverse purposes, the purposes of individual modelling efforts should be made explicit. Secondly, that the best use of modelling is in establishing the correspondence between model elements and empirical objects in the form of certain 'explanatory' relationships: prediction, testing, existence proofs and proofs ofdoi:10.1142/9789814340359_0021 fatcat:6de53u5luvb4xc3zzqnczq4ck4