This page contains publications on the relationship between connectionism and ANALOGY.
          (Since analogy is strongly related to metaphor, some of the publications therefore implicitly address METAPHOR as well.)

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

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Barnden, J.A. (1994). On using analogy to reconcile connections and symbols.
          In D.S. Levine & M. Aparicio (Eds),
          Neural Networks for Knowledge Representation and Inference, pp.27-64.
          Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Barnden, J.A. (1994). On the connectionist implementation of analogy and working memory matching.
          In J.A. Barnden & K.J. Holyoak (Eds.),
          Advances in Connectionist and Neural Computation Theory,
              Vol. 3: Analogy, Metaphor and Reminding.
          Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corp.

Holyoak, K.J. & Barnden, J.A. (Eds). (1994).
          Advances in connectionist and neural computation theory,
              Vol. 2: Analogical connections.

          Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corp.

Barnden, J.A. & Srinivas, K. (1992).
          Overcoming rule-based rigidity and connectionist limitations through massively-parallel case-based reasoning.
          Int. J. Man-Machine Studies, 36, pp.221-246.

Last mod 9 March 2019