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Cognitics By Jean-Daniel Dessimoz
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Computers, robots, computer networks and mechatronic systems invade the field of cognition: computations, games, translations, computer vision, speech recognition, replication by robots of movements... More > taught by gestures. This is the field of automated cognition, "Cognitics". Now what is intelligence, learning, or abstraction? How to assess complexity? How much knowledge is required to play « heads or tails »? The classical theories had not answered these questions accurately, quantitatively, technically. The book does. It discusses again some classical bases and then offers for the first time in an integrated form, illustrated with many examples, and yet concisely, the main elements of the "MCS" theory for cognitive sciences, gradually developed, demonstrated and published by the author in the scientific literature, in the past decades.< Less
Cognitics By Jean-Daniel Dessimoz
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Computers, robots, computer networks and mechatronic systems invade the field of cognition: computations, games, translations, computer vision, speech recognition, replication by robots of movements... More > taught by gestures. This is the field of automated cognition, "Cognitics". Now what is intelligence, learning, or abstraction? How to assess complexity? How much knowledge is required to play « heads or tails »? The classical theories had not answered these questions accurately, quantitatively, technically. The book does. It discusses again some classical bases and then offers for the first time in an integrated form, illustrated with many examples, and yet concisely, the main elements of the "MCS" theory for cognitive sciences, gradually developed, demonstrated and published by the author in the scientific literature, in the past decades.< Less
Proceedings of the Workshop on Cognitive Social Sciences By Ron Sun
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This book is the proceedings of the workshop on cognitive social sciences held at CogSci 2010. It is aimed at exploring the cognitive (psychological) basis of the social sciences and the... More > possibilities of grounding the social sciences in cognition (psychology).< Less
Proceedings of the Workshop on Cognitive Social Sciences By Ron Sun
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This book is the proceedings of the workshop on cognitive social sciences held at CogSci 2010. It is aimed at exploring the cognitive (psychological) basis of the social sciences and the... More > possibilities of grounding the social sciences in cognition (psychology).< Less
Artifical Laughter - Positive Cognitive Science By Are Nakrem
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Philosophy of positive cognitive science. Artifical Laughter is a overview of theories in laughter, humor, comedy, with references to science in philosophy, cognitive science and artifical... More > intelligence. The book got some common examples of humor and quotes. Second part has topics to create humor. The book is a part of Philosophy of art< Less
Essays in Group-Cognitive Science By Gerry Stahl
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Essays in Group-Cognitive Science, intros to CSCL research, methodology and findings. Vol 10 of Gerry Stahl's assembled texts.
Essays In Group-Cognitive Science By Gerry Stahl
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These essays argue for methodological approaches based on group cognition theory as a scientifically sound basis for CSCL research. They take different approaches to describing a science and/or... More > theory of group cognition as an approach to CSCL research. The book includes detailed coding schemes, which take into account the sequentiality of group interaction as formulated in conversation analysis. They also illustrate and discuss different methodological approaches I have explored. Part A of the volume consists of two introductions to group-cognitive science as a critique of traditional cognitive science; Part B includes discussions of the theory of group cognition, from different perspectives; and Part C presents concrete case studies and documents coding schemes that were developed within the VMT Project.< Less
Imaginative Cognition By Nozomi Hayase
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'Imaginative cognition -An Exploration for a New Social Form' is a search for a cognitive capacity that is emerging in this global age. The author heralds the advent of a new social science that... More > looks beneath the phenomena that mirror our consciousness, penetrating into a deeper reality wherein lies our innate source of creativity. In this phase of evolution in thinking lies the seed of an emerging global social form, which can be found through transcending culture. This shift in consciousness becomes a living portal into our universal human nature. With this insight, the author finds in the modern phenomena of globalization and in the spirit of America a pivotal framework for this emerging potential. She examines what lies in the heart of America, and identifies its destiny as an archetype of human realization.< Less
Unifying Computing and Cognition By J Gerard Wolff
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Describes the SP theory of computing and cognition with some of its applications in natural language processing, in pattern recognition, in information retrieval, in various kinds of probabilistic... More > reasoning, in planning and problem solving, in unsupervised learning, in neuroscience and in the interpretation of concepts in mathematics and logic.< Less
Liminal Contact: A Cognitive and Anthropological Response to the ‘Death’ of Painting By Bruce Rimell
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The alleged ‘death’ of painting has shaped the recent course of art, but the model of the human mind upon which it rests is no longer considered accurate. Cognitive science has shown that... More > the mind is not a blank slate but content-rich, and as such humans bear an array of innate expectations of reality and non-reality, which apply to painting as well as other human behaviours such as religion or music. This creative thesis takes in a series of case studies tracing the prehistory of painting in light of these cognitive propensities, from the beginnings of human culture, to Bushman rock art and the experiences of painters today, to uncover a perennial function for painting which cannot die: the ubiquitous sensation of an ‘otherworld’ beyond the canvas or rock face. This approach to painting demands its rehabilitation as a humanising self-expression in a world increasingly estranged from art, abandoning artistic ideology in favour of an image-based communion with human nature.< Less