Representing word meaning and order information in a composite holographic lexicon by Michael N. Jones, Douglas J. Mewhort - Psychological Review , " The authors present a computational model that builds a holographic lexicon representing both word meaning and word order from unsupervised experience with natural language. The model uses simple convolution and superposition mechanisms cf.
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Metrics details Abstract The Paivio, Yuille, and Madigan norms for nouns were extended in two ways. The first extension involved the collecting of a much more extensive and diverse set of properties from original ratings and other sources. Factor analysis of 32 properties identified 9 orthogonal factors and demonstrated both the redundancy among various measures and the tendency for some attributes e.
The second extension collected basic ratings of imagery, familiarity, and a new age of acquisition measure for a larger pool of 2, words, including parts of speech other than nouns. The analysis of these ratings and supplementary statistics computed for the words e. Implications and directions for future research are considered. The full set of new norms may be downloaded fromwww. Download to read the full article text References Brown, G.
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Concreteness, imagery, and meaningfulness : values for 925 nouns
Show Context Citation Context We report F and p values from the original A constraint-based theory of abstractness was investigated according to which abstractness of entities is a function of i perceptual observability and ii characteristics of contextual constraints. Participants performed ratings of context availability, imagery, and abstractness for 36 nouns that Participants performed ratings of context availability, imagery, and abstractness for 36 nouns that varied in abstractness and familiarity.
Extensions of the Paivio, Yuille, and Madigan (1968) norms
Semantic organization in deaf and hearing subjects