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Michael Arbib[edit]

The Construction of Reality
Cambridge University Press. (with Mary B. Hesse)
http://books.google.com/books?id=a3yMTANfHBQC
/Arbib
Michael Arbib
PhD in math (1963) advised by Norbert Wiener, MIT; Stanford (5yrs); Chairman, Department of Computer and Information Science,University of Massachusetts Amherst, 1970-1986; University of Southern California, 1986-; World Brain Workshop, Calgary, 1997.
Mary Hesse
University of Cambridge
  • 1966. Models and Analogies in Science, Notre Dame University Press, Notre Dame (Ind.), 1966, pp. 184.
  • 1974. The Structure of Scientific Inference, Macmillan, London and University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles 1974, pp. vii+309.
  • 1980. Revolutions and Reconstructions in the Philosophy of Science, The Harvester Press, Brighton and Indiana University Press, Bloomington (Ind.).

Bernard Baars[edit]

The Cognitive Revolution in Psychology
The Guilford Press
http://books.google.com/books?id=ZWMCB1zSm70C

John Barrow[edit]

The Anthropic Cosmological Principle
Co-authored with Frank Tipler
Foreword by John Wheeler
Oxford University Press

Jonathan Cohen[edit]

The Dialogue of Reason
  • (1977) The Probable and the Provable
  • (1970) The Implications of Induction

Stewart Cohen[edit]

Knowledge and Context
The Journal of Philosophy, 83(10): 574-583
  • Opening Passage:

What consequences does the fact that we are social animals have for a theory of knowledge? Some philosophers have claimed that social factors can determine whether evidence one does not possess undermines one's knowledge. Though I agree that knowledge has a social component, I will claim that social factors determine whether evidence one does possess undermines one's knowledge. In the end, I will maintain that this phenomenon reveals that attributions of knowledge are context-sensitive. Once we see this, we will obtain a better perspective from which to view skeptical arguments and a means to resist their conclusions. (my boldtype)

Dreyfus[edit]

Hubert Dreyfus & Stuart Dreyfus

Mind Over Machine

Hirsch[edit]

Eric Donald Hirsch, Jr.

Core Knowledge Foundation
See also
  • Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs To Know (1987).
  • The Dictionary of Cultural Literacy (1988).

James McClelland[edit]

Parallel Distributed Processing: Explorations in the Microstructure of Cognition
with David Rumelhart
regard as a bible for cognitive scientists.
  • McClelland is to a large extent responsible for the "connectionist revolution" of the 1980s, which saw a large increase in scientific interest for connectionism. His present work focuses on learning, memory processes and psycholinguistics, still within the framework of connectionist models.

Peter Medawar[edit]

Memoirs of a Thinking Radish

Donald Norman[edit]

User Centered System Design: New Perspectives on Human-Computer Interaction
with Stephen W. Draper. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Perkins[edit]

David N. Perkins

Knowledge as Design
Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, New Jersey, 1986
Harvard critical pedagogue like Howard Gardner

Rumelhart[edit]

David Rumelhart & James McClelland, eds.

Parallel Distributed Processing: Explorations in the Microstructure of Cognition Volume 1: Foundations
MIT Press, Cambridge, MA
http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~hinton/chronological.html

Gerard Salton[edit]

Another Look at Automatic Text-Retrieval Systems
Communications of the ACM, Vol. 29, No. 7 (July 1986) pp. 648-656. ACM
  • David C. Blair, M. E. Maron (1985), "An evaluation of retrieval effectiveness for a full-text document-retrieval system," Communications of the ACM, vol. 28 no. 3, pp. 289-299. (first citation as a likely iconoclast) ACM
    Abstract
    An evaluation of a large, operational full-text document-retrieval system (containing roughly 350,000 pages of text) shows the system to be retrieving less than 20 percent of the documents relevant to a particular search. The findings are discussed in terms of the theory and practice of full-text document retrieval.

Simon[edit]

Jan M. Zytkow & Herbert A. Simon

A Theory of Historical Discovery: The Construction of Componential Models
Machine Learning, Vol. 1, Iss.1, pp.107-137. ACM

Ernest Sosa[edit]

On Knowledge and Context
The Journal of Philosophy, 83(10): 584-585

Dan Sperber[edit]

Relevance: Communication and Cognition
with Deirdre Wilson

Suchman[edit]

Lucy Suchman and Randall H. Trigg (1986).
A Framework for Studying Research Collaboration. Proceedings of the 1986 ACM Conference on Computer-supported Cooperative Work

Swanson[edit]

Don R. Swanson (1986).
Undiscovered public knowledge. Library Quarterly 56(2): 103-118.

Don R. Swanson (1986).
Fish oil, Raynaud's syndrome, and undiscovered public knowledge. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 30(1): 7-18.

Compare: #Simon

See also

Don R. Swanson and Neil R. Smalheiser (1996).
Undiscovered public knowledge: A ten-year update. In: Data Mining: Integration & Application (KDD-96 Proceedings, AAAI) pp. 295-298.
http://www.aaai.org/Papers/KDD/1996/KDD96-051.pdf

Randall Trigg[edit]

TEXTNET: A Network-Based Approach to Text Handling
Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS), Volume 4 Issue 1 (January 1986) (with Mark Weiser).
Supporting Collaboration in Notecards
Proceedings of the 1986 ACM conference on Computer-supported cooperative work, December 03-05, 1986, Austin, Texas. (with Lucy Suchman, Frank Halasz). [doi>10.1145/637069.637089]

Arthur Wilder-Smith[edit]

Huxley Memorial Debate
under the auspices of the Oxford Union a student debate club of Oxford University
  • ``The motion "That the Doctrine of Creation is more valid than the Theory of Evolution" was debated by Edgar Andrews and A. E. Wilder-Smith for the ayes, and Richard Dawkins and John Maynard Smith for the noes. A few members of the Oxford Union were additional speakers. After approximately 3 hours of debate, the motion was defeated.``

Winograd[edit]

Terry Winograd and Fernando Flores (1986).
Understanding Computers and Cognition: A New Foundation for Design. Ablex Publishing Corporation. http://books.google.com/books?id=2sRC8vcDYNEC

  • (1982) Language As A Cognitive Process, Volume 1, Syntax Addison-Wesley.

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