Conceptual Memory: A Theory and Computer Program for Processing the Meaning Content of Natural Language Utterances
STANFORD UNIV CA DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
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Humans perform vast quantities of spontaneous, subconscious computation in order to understand even the simplest language utterances. The computation is principally meaning-based. With syntax and traditional semantics playing insignificant roles. This thesis supports this conjecture by synthesis of a theory and computer program which account for many aspects of language behavior in humans. It is a theory of language and memory.
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