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Armor in Detail No. 2: Panther Ausf. A (Sd.Kfz. 171) by Francois Verlinden

By Francois Verlinden

This e-book is designed to supply the size modeler with appealing colour photo-reference of a favored WWII German topic, to that end the Panther Tank. Photographed on the Saumur tank museum in France, it is a infrequent chance to check the main points of an unique Panther tank. info coated comprise zimmerit, stowage gear, part skirts, engine deck, hatches, and lots of inside info. a useful source for the armor modeler, this ebook also will turn out to be useful for the army fanatic, in addition to the WWII historian.

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Smolensky, 1988) propose a "subsymbolic level" intermediate between symbolic and neural-level theories, and yet others offer connectionism as a computational method that operates in the symbolic-level representation itself. The essential idea uniting them all is that the totality of connections defines the information content, rather than representing information as a symbol structure. 4 Is connectionism merely an implementation theory? Two kinds of arguments have been made that connectionism can at best provide possible implementations for algorithmic AI theories.

2 Symbolic and nonsymbolic representations Consider the problem of multiplying two integers. We are all familiar with algorithms to perform this task. We also know how the traditional slide-rule can be used to do this multiplication. The multiplicands are represented by their logarithms on a linear scale, which are then "added" by being set next to each other, and the result is obtained by reading off the sum's anti-logarithm. While both the algorithmic and slide-rule solutions are representational, in no sense can either of them be thought of as an "implementation" of the other.

The above characteristics are especially attractive to those who believe that AI must be based on brain-like architectures, even though within the connectionist camp there is a wide divergence about the degree to which directly modeling the brain is considered appropriate. , Smolensky, 1988) propose a "subsymbolic level" intermediate between symbolic and neural-level theories, and yet others offer connectionism as a computational method that operates in the symbolic-level representation itself.

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