A computationally and cognitively plausible model of supervised and unsupervised learning

10/11/2020
by   David M. W. Powers, et al.
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Both empirical and mathematical demonstrations of the importance of chance-corrected measures are discussed, and a new model of learning is proposed based on empirical psychological results on association learning. Two forms of this model are developed, the Informatron as a chance-corrected Perceptron, and AdaBook as a chance-corrected AdaBoost procedure. Computational results presented show chance correction facilitates learning.

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