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Topic: Re:Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization
Posted by: Constance
Date/Time: 13/08/2002 19:01:53

OK, here I go...let me seeeeeeee..........

Obviously, given the rediculous (yet interesting) context you have established I can only give a pseudo answer....

I think of attention in these contexts as the agent choosing to occupy/filter certain selected sets of representations over others...The only way to really find out would be to meta model and observe the actual person, but I agree with you that it is possible to generalize as to the nature of attending...

now, what are you thinking about?


P.S. I read a few of your earlier posts and am very excited to have a few very specific discussions with you in the context of the historical backdrop for NLP's development...get ready, JR.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
'attention' as nominalization12/08/2002 04:29:47J Rose
     Re:'attention' as nominalization13/08/2002 03:08:17Constance
          Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization13/08/2002 12:47:11J Rose
               Re:Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization13/08/2002 19:01:53Constance
     To:JR, Re: relevancy of your request to the content of 'Whispering In The Wind'13/08/2002 08:59:22nj
     Re:'attention' as nominalization13/08/2002 21:51:56Dimitry
          Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization14/08/2002 04:26:56Gunthar Freidinger
               Re:Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization14/08/2002 15:27:29Thomas
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:'attention' as nominalization15/08/2002 03:22:14Gunthar Freidinger

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