Cognitive Capabilities of a Parallel System
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There has been recent interest in parallel, distributed, associative models as ways of organizing powerful computing systems and of handling noisy and incomplete data. There is no doubt such systems are effective at doing some interesting kinds of computations. Almost certainly they are intrinsically better suited to many kinds of computations than traditional computer architecture.
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