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Knowledge Representation by Arthur B. Markman

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Chapter 8

General and Specific Information in Representations

REPRESENTATION AND ABSTRACTION

In chapters 6 and 7, I turned from defining new representational types to examining how one particular representation, structured representation, can represent perceptual and conceptual information. Nonetheless, chapters 2 through 7 were primarily concerned with questions like “How are representations of different types structured?” and “What processes are often used with particular representations?” Chapters 8 and 9 focus primarily on issues of content of representations. Although I have discussed content to some degree already, some general issues about the content of representations are important to address. In this chapter, I examine the degree of ...

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