Hinton, G. E., Plaut, D. C., and Shallice, T. (1993). Simulating brain damage. Scientific American, 269, 76-82.

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Abstract: Adults with brain damage make some bizarre errors when reading words. If a network of simulated neurons is trained to read and then is damaged, it produces strikingly similar behavior.

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