Paul Smolensky
Paul Smolensky
Microsoft Research AI & Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Cognitive Science, Johns Hopkins University
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Optimality Theory: Constraint interaction in generative grammar
A Prince, P Smolensky
1993: Tech Report, Rutgers Univ. & Univ. Colorado Boulder; 2002: Rutgers …, 1993
10658*1993
On the proper treatment of connectionism
P Smolensky
Behavioral and brain sciences 11 (1), 1-23, 1988
30001988
Information processing in dynamical systems: Foundations of harmony theory
P Smolensky
Colorado Univ at Boulder Dept of Computer Science, 1986
22981986
Tensor product variable binding and the representation of symbolic structures in connectionist systems
P Smolensky
Artificial intelligence 46 (1-2), 159-216, 1990
1480*1990
Sequential thought processes in PDP models
DE Rumelhart, P Smolensky, JL McClelland, G Hinton
Parallel distributed processing: explorations in the microstructures of …, 1986
14101986
Learnability in optimality theory
B Tesar, P Smolensky
MIT Press, 2000
12312000
Skeletonization: A technique for trimming the fat from a network via relevance assessment
MC Mozer, P Smolensky
Advances in neural information processing systems, 107-115, 1989
7371989
The harmonic mind: From neural computation to optimality-theoretic grammar (Cognitive architecture), Vol. 1
P Smolensky, G Legendre
MIT press, 2006
6912006
Harmony, markedness, and phonological activity
P Smolensky
Rutgers optimality workshop 1, 87-0000, 1993
5211993
On the comprehension/production dilemma in child language
P Smolensky
Linguistic inquiry 27 (4), 720-731, 1996
4411996
On the internal structure of the constraint component Con of UG
P Smolensky
University of California, Los Angeles, 1995
4341995
Optimality: From neural networks to universal grammar
A Prince, P Smolensky
Science 275 (5306), 1604-1610, 1997
4061997
Harmonic grammar-a formal multi-level connectionist theory of linguistic well-formedness: The oretical foundations
G Legendre
Proc. 12th meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 1990
4051990
The initial state and ‘richness of the base’in Optimality Theory
P Smolensky
Rutgers Optimality Archive 293, 1996
3551996
Using relevance to reduce network size automatically
MC Mozer, P Smolensky
Connection Science 1 (1), 3-16, 1989
3531989
The constituent structure of connectionist mental states: A reply to Fodor and Pylyshyn
P Smolensky
Southern Journal of Philosophy 26 (Supplement), 137-161, 1987
2961987
Connectionism, constituency, and the language of thought
P Smolensky
University of Colorado at Boulder, 1988
2651988
Parallel distributed processing: Explorations in the microstructure of cognition
P Smolensky, JL McClelland, DE Rumelhart
2601986
Connectionist AI, symbolic AI, and the brain
P Smolensky
Artificial Intelligence Review 1 (2), 95-109, 1987
2231987
When is less more? Faithfulness and minimal links in wh-chains
G Legendre, P Smolensky, C Wilson
Is the best good enough, 249-289, 1998
2111998
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