Computational Models of Reading: A Handbook

Computational Models of Reading: A Handbook (OXFORD SERIES ON COGNITIVE MODELS) 1st Edition
By 作者:Erik D. Reichle (Author)
Publisher Finelybook 出版社 : Oxford University Press; 1st edition (February 12, 2021)
Language 语言: English
pages 页数: 608 pages
ISBN-10 书号: 019537066X
ISBN-13 书号 : 9780195370669
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This book is about computational models of reading, or models that explain (and often simulate) the mental processes that allow us to convert the marks on a printed page into the representations that allow us to understand the contents of what we are reading. Computational Models of Reading assumes no prior knowledge of the topic and is intended for psychologists, linguists, and educators who are interested in gaining a better understanding of what happens in the mind during reading. Erik D. Reichle includes introductory chapters on reading research and computational modelling, and the “core” chapters of the book review both important empirical findings and the models designed to explain those findings within four domains of reading research: word identification, sentence processing, discourse representation, and eye-movement control (which involves coordinating word, sentence, and discourse processing with the perceptual, cognitive, and motoric systems responsible for vision, attention, and eye movements). The final chapter of the book describes a new integrative model of reading, Über-Reader, and several simulations using the models that demonstrate how it explains several key reading phenomena.
Computational Models of Reading A Handbook


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