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Multiple Processes in Graph-based Reasoning

Multiple Processes in Graph-based Reasoning
Multiple Processes in Graph-based Reasoning
Current models of graph understanding tyopically address the encodogn and interpretive processes involved during the course and largely focus on the visual properties of the graph. An experiemnt comparing reasoning with tow types of graph is presented. On the basis and scope of exisiting models, performance with the two graphs would niot be predicted to differ substantially. There are subnstantial computational differences between the graphs, however, it is suggested, therefore, that an adequate model of graph use must incorporate different combinations of visual properties of the graphs. leveld of graph complexity, interpretive schemas and task requirements.
0-8058-3581-4
531-536
Peebles, D.
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Cheng, P.C-H.
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Shadbolt, N. R.
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Hahn, M.
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Stoness, S. S.
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Peebles, D.
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Cheng, P.C-H.
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Shadbolt, N. R.
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Hahn, M.
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Peebles, D., Cheng, P.C-H. and Shadbolt, N. R. (1999) Multiple Processes in Graph-based Reasoning. Hahn, M. and Stoness, S. S. (eds.) Proceeding of the Twenty First Annual Conference of the Cognitive Society. pp. 531-536 .

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Abstract

Current models of graph understanding tyopically address the encodogn and interpretive processes involved during the course and largely focus on the visual properties of the graph. An experiemnt comparing reasoning with tow types of graph is presented. On the basis and scope of exisiting models, performance with the two graphs would niot be predicted to differ substantially. There are subnstantial computational differences between the graphs, however, it is suggested, therefore, that an adequate model of graph use must incorporate different combinations of visual properties of the graphs. leveld of graph complexity, interpretive schemas and task requirements.

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Published date: 1999
Venue - Dates: Proceeding of the Twenty First Annual Conference of the Cognitive Society, 1999-01-01
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 254191
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/254191
ISBN: 0-8058-3581-4
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Date deposited: 27 Nov 2000
Last modified: 29 Jan 2020 15:20

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