Learning by Creating and Justifying Transfer Frames
Author(s)Winston, Patrick H.
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Learning is defined to be the computation done by a student when there is a transfer of information to him from a teacher. In the particular kind of learning discussed, the teacher names a source and destination. In the sentence, "Robbie is like a fox," fox is the source and Robbie is the destination. The student, on analyzing the teacher's instruction, computes a kind of filter called a transfer frame. It stands between the source and the destination and determines what information is allowed to pass from one to the other.