Robert M. French
Robert M. French
Emeritus Research Director, CNRS
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Catastrophic forgetting in connectionist networks
RM French
Trends in cognitive sciences 3 (4), 128-135, 1999
High-level perception, representation, and analogy: A critique of artificial intelligence methodology
DJ Chalmers, RM French, DR Hofstadter
Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence 4 (3), 185-211, 1992
Subcognition and the limits of the Turing test
RM French
Mind 99 (393), 53-65, 1990
Understanding bilingual memory: models and data
RM French, M Jacquet
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 8 (2), 87-93, 2004
The computational modeling of analogy-making
RM French
Trends in cognitive Sciences 6 (5), 200-205, 2002
Gödel, Escher, Bach, Les brins d’une Guirlande éternelle
DR Hofstadter, translators: J. Henry, RM French
InterÉditions, Paris, 1985
A connectionist account of asymmetric category learning in early infancy.
D Mareschal, RM French, PC Quinn
Developmental psychology 36 (5), 635, 2000
Active symbols and internal models: Towards a cognitive connectionism
S Kaplan, M Weaver, RM French
Connectionism in Context, 91-110, 1992
The role of bottom-up processing in perceptual categorization by 3-to 4-month-old infants: Simulations and data.
RM French, D Mareschal, M Mermillod, PC Quinn
Journal of experimental psychology: General 133 (3), 382, 2004
Using semi-distributed representations to overcome catastrophic forgetting in connectionist networks
RM French
Proceedings of the 13th annual cognitive science society conference, 173-178, 1991
The Turing Test: the first 50 years
RM French
Trends in cognitive sciences 4 (3), 115-122, 2000
The subtlety of sameness: A theory and computer model of analogy-making
RM French
The MIT Press, 1995
Semi-distributed representations and catastrophic forgetting in connectionist networks
RM French
Connection Science 4 (3-4), 365-377, 1992
Implicit learning and consciousness: An empirical, philosophical and computational consensus in the making
A Cleeremans, R French
Psychology Press, 2013
Pseudo-recurrent connectionist networks: An approach to the'sensitivity-stability'dilemma
RM French
Connection Science 9 (4), 353-380, 1997
Genes, phenes and the Baldwin effect: Learning and evolution in a simulated population
R French, A Messinger
Artificial Life IV, 277-282, 1994
TRACX: A recognition-based connectionist framework for sequence segmentation and chunk extraction.
RM French, C Addyman, D Mareschal
Psychological review 118 (4), 614, 2011
Mechanisms of categorization in infancy
D Mareschal, R French
Infancy 1 (1), 59-76, 2000
The development of analogy making in children: Cognitive load and executive functions
JP Thibaut, R French, M Vezneva
Journal of experimental child psychology 106 (1), 1-19, 2010
Computational models of analogy-making
B Kokinov, RM French
Encyclopedia of cognitive science 1, 113-118, 2003
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