A COMPARISON OF THREE MATHEMATICAL LINEAR LEARNING MODELS.
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV RALEIGH
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Mathematical models are being formulated in increasing numbers for use in the systematizing of the study of psychology. One particularly significant group of such models is concerned with the study of learning theory. Three of the learning models presently being used are developed and compared. First, each of the models is separately developed as to its mathematical properties and characteristics. Second, the three models are compared with one another in order to discover if any one is a generalization or a special case of either of the other two. Third, all three are considered simultaneously in order to indicate to what extent and in what manner they are related. Author