Synchronous vs. Conjunctive Binding: A False Dichotomy?. Hadley, R., F.
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It is argued that claims about the superiority of synchronous binding methods are premature. A hypothetical explanation for synchronous firing is offered, which portrays such firing as a symptom of a deeper binding process that employs con-junctive nodes. It is shown that only a feasibly small number of conjunctive binding nodes would be required in the deeper process.
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 abstract = {It is argued that claims about the superiority of synchronous binding methods are premature. A hypothetical explanation for synchronous firing is offered, which portrays such firing as a symptom of a deeper binding process that employs con-junctive nodes. It is shown that only a feasibly small number of conjunctive binding nodes would be required in the deeper process.},
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