Professor, School of Computing Science
||hadley att sfu daht ca|
||SFU Burnaby, TASC 9409|
|Personal webpage: www.cs.sfu.ca/~hadley/|
Ph.D. Philosophy, University of British Columbia, Canada, 1973
M.Sc. Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, Canada, 1984
B.A. Philosophy, University of Virginia, United States, 1967
Students please note: Professor Hadley is retired and is not supervising any new students.
- Use of connectionist (neural) nets in acquisition of syntactic and semantic knowledge
- Philosophical Implications of Artificial Intelligence
- The Combinatorial Limitations of Neural Networks
- Computational Cognitive Science
- Artificial Intelligence
- Social Implications of Computers
Recently taught courses
- CMPT 826 Machine Learning and Reasoning
- CMPT 418 Computational Cognitive Architecture
- CMPT 310 Artificial Intelligence
Selected recent publications
- Hadley, R.F. (2010) "The Essential Role of Consciousness in Mathematical Cognition", Journal of Consciousness Studies, Vol. 17.
- Hadley, R.F. (2009) "The Problem of Rapid Variable Creation", Neural Computation, Vol. 21, pp. 510-532.
- Hadley, R.F. (2008) "Consistency, Turing Computability and Goedel's First Incompleteness Theorem", Minds and Machines Vol. 18(1), pp. 1-15.
- Hadley, R.F. (2007) "Synchronous vs. Conjunctive Binding: A False Dichotomy?", Connection Science , Vol. 19(2), pp. 111-130.
- Hadley, R.F. (2006) "Neural Circuits, Matrices, and Conjunctive Binding", Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 29.
For more information visit www.cs.sfu.ca/~hadley/publications.html.