Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 1 by David S. Touretzky (Editor)

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In general terms, however, it means rather that the possible modifications that an architecture may physiologically undergo are implicitly defined in the architecture itself (Barkow, Cosmides & Tooby 1992; Cosmides & Tooby 1994; Lorenz 1965). Some architectures may be more rigid and some more flexible, so to let each individual follow its own developmental trajectory, according to the particular interactions it has with the environment; but, in any case, the space of possible developmental trajectories is intrinsic to the initial state of the architecture and is therefore a species-level property, and an adaptive one.

Since the description is given to a real explorer whose subsequent behavior is observed, we can overcome the limitations of an analysis that only considers descriptions in terms of indicators: the explorer therefore functions as an external judge of the description furnished, since his/her behavior will reflect the type of information received. The subjects were paired off in order to form four relations between describer and explorer with respect to familiarity with the environment: A. B. C. D. Both describer and explorer know the environment.

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