《The Design of Everyday Things》的笔记-第116页
- 章节名：THE CONNECTIONIST APPROACH
- 页码：第116页 2014-05-20 12:00:37
Today, in the developing field of cognitive science, two different views are emerging. The traditional view considers thought to be ratio- nal, logical, and orderly; this approach uses mathematical logic as the scientific means to explain thought. Adherents of this approach have pioneered the development of schemas as the mechanism of human memory. A newer approach is rooted in the working of the brain itself. Those of us who follow this new approach call it "connectionism," but it also goes under the names of "neural nets," "neural models," and "parallel distributed processing." It is an attempt to model the way in which the brain itself is structured, with billions of brain cells con- nected into groups, many cells connected to tens of thousands of oth- ers, many all working at the same time. This approach follows the rules of thermodynamics more than it does the rules of logic. Connectionism is still tentative, still unproven. I believe that it has the potential to explain much of what puzzled us before, but part of the scientific community thinks that it is fundamentally flawed.
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