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In this paper, I argue that generative algorithms provide the right sort of connectionist model. I focus on the cascade-correlation algorithm which my colleagues and I have applied to several diverse areas of cognitive development, including the balance scale, seriation, and the integration of velocity, time, and distance cues.
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