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The behaviourist perspective on superstition is explained and an analogy is drawn between superstitious behaviour and the phenomenon of excessive branching in tree-based inductive learning algorithms operating under uncertainty. The argument is then extended to include cognitive aspects of...
This paper presents an overview of explanation-based learning (EBL) where the descriptions of EBL methods are realized at the knowledge level. Knowledge level description is a proposal that emphasizes the knowledge content and usage and abstracts away implementation details. Analyzing six...
When interpreting a dynamic and uncertain world it is important to have a high-level vision component that can guide the reasoning of the whole vision system. This guidance is provided by an attentional mechanism that exploits knowledge of the specific problem being solved. Here we survey work...
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