Semantic Relevance
Semantic relevance (SR) is a new model of semantic memory to compute and measure the relevance of semantic features for concept representations. We are interested in understanding how normal and semantically impaired individuals organize, integrate and retrieve concept information in semantic memory.
  • About: a gentle introduction to the idea of semantic relevance.
  • People: a list of researchers working on semantic relevance topics.
  • Publications: the up-to-date list of manuscripts about semantic relevance and semantic disorders.
  • Tutorials: semantic relevance tutorials downloadable as PDF files (not yet available).
  • Links: some useful external links (not yet available).