Construction of Shared Knowledge During Collabo by Chi, Jeong

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G. the Iml in Figure 4). We found that a timescale of A. 2 and an integrated activation threshold of 20 were appropriate for our model. The output phonemes produced for each input word corresponded exactly to the training data and we obtained a reasonably realistic distribution of naming latencies that could be compared with the experimental results for humans. 9996) with those obtained using A. 2 was an acceptable value to use. 1). 0019). The lack of significant frequency effects, apart from this, is in conflict with experiment but easily understood.

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