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Similarity and induction
 Review of Philosophy and Psychology
, 2010
"... An argument is categorical if its premises and conclusion are of the form All members ofC have property F, where C is a natural category like FALCON or BIRD, and P remains the same across premises and conclusion. An example is Grizzly bears love onions. Therefore, all bears love onions. Such an argu ..."
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An argument is categorical if its premises and conclusion are of the form All members ofC have property F, where C is a natural category like FALCON or BIRD, and P remains the same across premises and conclusion. An example is Grizzly bears love onions. Therefore, all bears love onions
The role of Similarity in Categorization: Providing a Groundwork. Cognition
, 1994
"... The relation between similarity and categorization has recently come under scrutiny from several sectors. The issue provides an important inroad to questions about the contributions of highlevel thought and lowerlevel perception in the development of people’s concepts. Many psychological models ba ..."
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base categorization on similarity, assuming that things belong in the same category because of their similarity. Empirical and inprinciple arguments have recently raised objections to this connection, on the grounds that similarity is too unconstrained to provide an explanation of categorization
Text Categorization Using Predicate–Argument Structures
"... Most text categorization methods use the vector space model in combination with a representation of documents based on bags of words. As its name indicates, bags of words ignore possible structures in the text and only take into account isolated, unrelated words. Although this limitation is widely a ..."
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sense information, subject–verb–object triples, and rolesemantic predicate–argument tuples, all �tting within the vector space model. We computed their contribution to the categorization results on the Reuters corpus of newswires (RCV1). We show that these three extensions, either taken individually
CATEGORICAL PRIORITY AND CATEGORICAL COLLAPSE
"... I explore some of the ways that assumptions about the nature of substance shape metaphysical debates about the structure of Reality. Assumptions about the priority of substance play a role in an argument for monism, are embedded in certain pluralist metaphysical treatments of laws of nature, and are ..."
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I explore some of the ways that assumptions about the nature of substance shape metaphysical debates about the structure of Reality. Assumptions about the priority of substance play a role in an argument for monism, are embedded in certain pluralist metaphysical treatments of laws of nature
Categorical Structure of Continuation Passing Style
 University of Edinburgh
, 1997
"... This thesis attempts to make precise the structure inherent in Continuation Passing Style (CPS). We emphasize that CPS translates λcalculus into a very basic calculus that does not have functions as primitive. We give an abstract categorical presentation of continuation semantics by taking the cont ..."
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these for writing programs that illustrate our categorical approach and refute some conjectures about control effects. A callbyvalue λcalculus with the control operator callcc can be interpreted. Arrow types are broken down into continuation types for argument/resultcontinuations pairs, reflecting the fact
FeatureBased Induction
, 1993
"... A connectionist model of argument strength is proposed that applies to categorical arguments involving natural categories and predicates about which subjects have few prior beliefs. An example is robins have sesamoid bones, therefore falcons have sesamoid bones. The model is based on the hypotheses ..."
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A connectionist model of argument strength is proposed that applies to categorical arguments involving natural categories and predicates about which subjects have few prior beliefs. An example is robins have sesamoid bones, therefore falcons have sesamoid bones. The model is based on the hypotheses
Learning argument structure generalizations
 Cognitive Linguistics
, 2004
"... General correlations between form and meaning at the level of argument structure patterns have often been assumed to be innate. Claims of innateness typically rest on the idea that the input is not rich enough for general learning strategies to yield the required representations. The present work ..."
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demonstrates that the semantics associated with argument structure generalizations can indeed be learned, given the nature of the input and an understanding of general categorization strategies. Examination of an extensive corpus study of children’s and mothers ’ speech shows that tokens of one particular
Categorical Homotopy Theory
"... This book develops abstract homotopy theory from the categorical perspective, with a particular focus on examples. Part I discusses two competing perspectives by which one typically first encounters homotopy (co)limits: either as derived functors definable when the appropriate diagram categories ad ..."
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of weighted (co)limits, a foundational topic in enriched category theory. In Part II, Riehl further examines this topic, separating categorical arguments from homotopical ones. Part III treats the most ubiquitous axiomatic framework for homotopy theory Quillen's model categories. Here Riehl simplifies
Usage Arguments
, 2013
"... Description Computes sample size for Student’s ttest and for the WilcoxonMannWhitney test for categorical data. The ttest function allows paired and unpaired (balanced / unbalanced) designs as well as homogeneous and heterogeneous variances. The Wilcoxon function allows for ties. ..."
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Description Computes sample size for Student’s ttest and for the WilcoxonMannWhitney test for categorical data. The ttest function allows paired and unpaired (balanced / unbalanced) designs as well as homogeneous and heterogeneous variances. The Wilcoxon function allows for ties.
Generalized subdifferentials: a Baire categorical approach
, 1999
"... . We use Baire categorical arguments to construct dramatically pathological locally Lipschitz functions. The origins of this approach can be traced back to Banach and Mazurkiewicz (1931) who independently used similar categorical arguments to show that "almost every continuous realvalued funct ..."
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. We use Baire categorical arguments to construct dramatically pathological locally Lipschitz functions. The origins of this approach can be traced back to Banach and Mazurkiewicz (1931) who independently used similar categorical arguments to show that "almost every continuous real
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