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A Symposium on the Occasion of Patrick Suppes' 90th Birthday

March 9-11, 2012

What's New: Papers produced in 2011-2014

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2014 Publications

Suppes, Patrick, Using Padoa’s Principle to prove the non-definability in terms of each other of the three fundamental qualitative concepts of comparative probability, independence and comparative uncertainty, and related matters. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 60, pp. 47-57.

Suppes, Patrick, The Future Role of Computation in Science and Society. Maria Carla Galavotti, Dennis Dieks, Wenceslao J. Gonzalez, Stephan Hartmann, Thomas Uebel, and Marcel Weber (Eds.), New Directions in the Philosophy of Science, Dordrecht: Springer,pp. 35–44.

Carvalhaes, Claudio, de Barros, José Acacio, Perreau-Guimaraes, Marcos and Suppes, Patrick. The joint use of tangential electric field and surface Laplacian in EEG classification, Brain Topography, 27, pp. 84-94.

Suppes, Patrick, Liang, Tie, Macken, Elizabeth E. and Flickinger, Daniel P. Positive technological and negative pre-test-score effects in a four-year assessment of low socioeconomic status K-8 student learning in computer-based Math and Language Arts courses, Computers & Education, 71, pp. 23-32.

2013 Publications

Suppes, Patrick, Less People: The Most Feasible Approach to Sustainability. Anne Fagot-Largeault and Bertrand Saint-Sernin (Eds.), Philosophy and the State of the World (La Philosophie et l’état du Monde), Entretiens de l’Institut International de Philosophie Congrès de Paris, 15-18 September 2010. Paris: Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin,pp. 63–74.

Suppes, Patrick with Ager, Tryg, Ben-Zvi, Nava, Cope, Eric W., Fletcher, John Dexter, Le Roux, Birgitte, Liang, Yong, Lorton Jr., Paul, Rosenthal, Tammy, Rouanet, Henry, Searle, Barbara W., Stillinger, Constance, Tock, Kalée, Zanotti, Mario.  Individual Differences in Online Computer-based Learning: Gifted and Other Diverse Populations, Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, 433 pp.

Suppes, Patrick, Holland, Paul W., Hu, Yuanan and Vu, Minh-thien. Effectiveness of an individualized computer-driven online math K-5 course in eight California Title I elementary schools, Educational Assessment, 18:3, pp. 162-181.

Crangle, Colleen, Perreau-Guimaraes, Marcos and Suppes, Patrick. Structural similarities between brain and linguistic data provide evidence of semantic relations in the brain. PLoS ONE, 8:6, e65366, pp. 1-16.

Suppes, Patrick. Neuropsychological foundations of phenomenology: Is it possible? Michael Frauchiger and Wilhelm K. Essler, (Eds.), Reference, Rationality and Phenomenology: Themes from Føllesdal. Lauener Library of Analytical Philosophy; Vol. 2. Frankfurt, Paris, Lancaster, New Brunswick: Ontos-Verlag, pp. 33-48.

2012 Publications

Suppes, Patrick, de Barros, José Acacio and Oas, Gary. Phase-oscillator computations as neural models of stimulus-response conditioning and response selection. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 56, pp. 95-117.

Wang, Rui, Perreau-Guimaraes, Marcos, Carvalhaes, Claudio, and Suppes, Patrick. Using phase to recognize English phonemes and their distinctive features in the brain, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109(50), pp. 20685-20690.

Suppes, Patrick. Three kinds of meaning. In Richard Schantz (Ed.), Prospects of Meaning, Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG, pp. 567-579.

Suppes, Patrick. Reflections on Ernest Nagel’s 1977 Dewey Lectures, Teleology Revisited. In Bernard Berofsky and Isaac Levi (Eds.), The Journal of Philosophy, 109:8/9, pp. 503–515.

2011 Publications

Suppes, Patrick. Interview with Patrick Suppes (In Chinese with English translation). In Sumei Cheng (Ed.), Philosophical Analysis, 2:1, Shanghai, China: Shanghai Century Publishing Group, pp. 170–174.

Suppes, Patrick. Why the effectiveness of mathematics in the natural sciences is not surprising. In Steve Russ (Ed.), Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 36:3, Cambridge, MA: Maney Publishing North America, pp. 244-254.

Carvalhaes, Claudio G. and Patrick Suppes. A spline framework for estimating the EEG surface Laplacian using the Euclidean metric. Neural Computation, 23:11, pp. 2974-3000.

Suppes, Patrick. Models and simulations in brain experiments. In Paul
Humphreys and Cyrille Imbert (Eds.), Models, Simulations and Representations, New York and London: Routledge, pp. 188-206.

Vassilieva, Ekaterina, Pinto, Guillaume, de Barros, José Acacio and Suppes, Patrick. Learning pattern recognition through quasi-synchronization of phase oscillators. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, 22:1, pp. 84-95.

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In Press



Crangle, Colleen, Rui Wang, Marcos Perreau-Guimaraes, Michelle U. Nguyen, Margot Tuckner, Duc T. Nguyen, Zhongzhe Xiao, Claudio G. Carvalhaes Leonardo P. Guimaraes De Assis and Patrick Suppes. The recognition of emotion in the speech of couples in psychotherapy. Speech Communication

Remembering Duncan Luce. American Philosophical Society

Stanford Memories of Donald Davidson

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Suppes, Patrick, Claudio Carvalhaes, Jose Acacio de Barros, and Gary Oas. Symmetry to determine unique negative probability distributions, especially for cases of quantum entanglement.

Drolet, Aimee and Patrick Suppes. A Theory of Choice, Based on Associative Networks and Habits.

Wong, Dik Kin and Patrick Suppes. Associative networks for computing truth leading up to theorem 1 for one-place predicates.

Foundations and Methods from Mathematics to Neuroscience: Essays Inspired by Patrick Suppes


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