Will one stage and no feedback suffice in lexicalization?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (1):45-45 (1999)
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Abstract

I examine four core aspects of WEAVER ++. The necessity for lemmas is often overstated. A model can incorporate interaction between levels without feedback connections between them. There is some evidence supporting the absence of inhibition in the model. Connectionist modelling avoids the necessity of a nondecompositional semantics apparently required by the hypernym problem

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