psychology

My question is about connectionism.I have a program that conctruct connectionist models.Presumably I have number of unit for example one of them is unit1 that represent room: for example office how do I find out data input for that unit I saw somewhere ready data input for other unit
for example unnit31 data input was looking like this: 000_11100010001110...etc how did they found those data, did they created just like that or is there any way to create it?

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  1. We do not have access to any class, textbook, workbook, etc. so we have no idea what unit 31 is. but you might try some of the following links:

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=connectionism+models

    Sra

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