Bachelor Seminar (WS 2010/2011)
- For a general course description please read the corresponding pages from the WIAI module guide.
- You find administrative information at UnivIS.
- Participants should sign up for the course in the virtual campus.
- This course is open to diploma students who did not select Cognitive Systems aus special topic.
Recommended Reading / Links
Basic text book:
D. Gentner, K.J. Holyoak, and B.K. Kokinov (2001). The Analogical Mind. Perspectives from Cognitive Science. MIT Press.
Recent work on analogy:
For each student, a chapter of the book or the proceedings constitutes his/her basic reading material. Specific further reading (typically one research paper) will be selected after consultation.
- Introduction to Analogy (Slides of the talk [pdf])
- Analogy via Abstraction
- Introduction to reading and presenting scientific papers, assignment of topics
- Seminar Talks
- Johannes Folger: Developmental Aspects of Analogy and Analogy as a Mechanism for Understanding Physical Principles
- Elke Heidel: Structure-Mapping and Logical Development
- Ines Denk: Comprehension and Production of Analogical Problems by a Chimpanzee
- Dominik Seuss: Emotional Analogies
- Simone Schinelle: Moral Analogies
- Matthias Düsel: CopyCat
- Matthias Söllner: Case-Based Reasoning and Software Reuse
LaTeX-Slides from Klaus Stein [pdf]
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