Implementing the (De-)Composition of Concepts: Oscillatory Networks, Coherency Chains and Hierarchical Binding

Markus Werning and Alexander Maye

The paper introduces oscillatory networks as a model of the realization of lexical and non-lexical complex concepts in the cortex. The network has both perceptual and semantic capabilities. Three adequacy conditions, the compositionality of meaning, the compositionality of content, and the co-variation with content, are satisfied. Coherency chains and hierarchical mechanisms of binding are discussed.


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