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Compare and contrast the following two connectionist terms: "damage resistance" and "graceful degradation".

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Compare and contrast the following two connectionist terms: damage resistance and graceful degradation.

These two terms refer to the ability of an information processor to still function, as well as possible, under less than optimal conditions. Damage resistance is the ability to process information after physical damage to the system itself has been suffered (e.g., damage to connections or the ...

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