This page contains publications on connectionism
          that do not address the relationship to analogy, case-based reasoning, metaphor or mental states.

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Please email me (J.A.Barnden@cs.bham.ac.uk) to request a paper or further information.

The papers emanate from research that was in part supported by grants from AFOSR, NSF and NASA.



Barnden, J.A. (1998). (Back) towards diagrammatic representation and reasoning in a connectionist framework.
          Invited talk at Procs. International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks
          (ICANN-98), Skovde, Sweden, September 1998.


Barnden, J.A. & Srinivas, K. (1996). Quantification without variables in connectionism.
          Minds and Machines, 6(2), pp.173-201.


Barnden, J.A. (1995). High-level reasoning, computational challenges for connectionism, and the Conposit solution.
          Applied Intelligence, 5(2), pp.103-135.


Barnden, J.A. (1995). Artificial intelligence and neural networks.
          In M.A. Arbib (Ed.), The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, pp.98-102.
          Cambridge, Mass.: Bradford Books/MIT Press.


Barnden, J.A. (1995). Semantic networks.
          In M.A. Arbib (Ed.), The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, pp.854-857.
          Cambridge, Mass.: Bradford Books/MIT Press.
          (This paper is on the relationship between neural networks and semantic networks.)


Barnden, J.A. (1994).
          Complex symbol-processing in Conposit, a transiently localist connectionist architecture.
          In R. Sun & L. Bookman (Eds), Computational Architectures for Integrating Neural and Symbolic Processes, pp.21-68. Kluwer.


Barnden, J.A. & Srinivas, K. (1993).
          Temporal winner-take-all networks: a time-based mechanism for fast selection in neural networks.
          IEEE Trans. Neural Networks, 4(5), pp.844-853.


Barnden, J.A. (1992).
          Connectionism, structure-sensitivity, and systematicity: refining the task requirements.
          Memoranda in Computer and Cognitive Science, No. MCCS-92-227,
          Computing Research Laboratory, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM 88003.


Barnden, J.A. & Srinivas, K. (1991).
          Encoding techniques for complex information structures in connectionist systems.
          Connection Science, 3(3), pp.263-309.


Barnden, J.A. & Pollack, J.B. (Eds). (1991).
          Advances in Connectionist and Neural Computation Theory,
              Vol. 1: High Level Connectionist Models.

          Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corp.


Barnden, J.A. (1989).
          Neural-net implementation of complex symbol-processing in a mental model approach to syllogistic reasoning.
          In Procs. 11th Intl. Joint Conf. on Artificial Intelligence, pp.568-573. San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann.


Barnden, J.A. (1985). Diagrammatic short-term information processsing by neural mechanisms.
          Cognition and Brain Theory, 7(3&4), pp.285-328.


Barnden, J.A. (1984). On short-term information processing in connectionist theories.
          Cognition and Brain Theory, 7(1), pp. 25-59.




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