PARALLEL DISTRIBUTED PROCESSING (PDP)

any design of cognition based upon the concept postulating that the symbolization of data is dispersed as patterns of activation over a richly linked group of hypothetical neural pieces which act interactively and in parallel with each other.

PARALLEL DISTRIBUTED PROCESSING (PDP): "PDP is an in-depth concept which is generally only understood my computer professionals."
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