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Shastri, L., & Grannes D. Jeffrey (1996).  A case study of SHRUTI. 2,
Wendelken, C., & Shastri L. (2002).  Combining Belief and Utility in a Structured Connectionist Agent Architecture. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2002).
Shastri, L. (2001).  A computational model of episodic memory formation in the hippocampal system. 38-40, 889-897.
Shastri, L. (1993).  A Computational Model of Tractable Reasoning -- Taking Inspiration from Cognition. Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 93). 202-207.
Shastri, L. (2002).  A Computationally Efficient Abstraction of Long-term Potentiation. Neurocomputing. 44-46, 33-41.
Feldman, J., & Shastri L. (2003).  Connectionism.
Shastri, L., Grannes D. Jeffrey, Narayanan S., & Feldman J. (2002).  A Connectionist Encoding of Parameterized Schemas and Reactive Plans.
Shastri, L., Grannes D. Jeffrey, Narayanan S., & Feldman J. (1999).  A Connectionist Encoding of Parameterized Schemas and Reactive Plans. Proceedings of the First SMART-Symposium. 1-28.
Shastri, L., Grannes D. Jeffrey, Narayanan S., & Feldman J. (2002).  A Connectionist Encoding of Parameterized Schemas and Reactive Plans.
Shastri, L., Grannes D. Jeffrey, Narayanan S., & Feldman J. (2002).  A Connectionist Encoding of Parameterized Schemas and Reactive Plans.
Wendelken, C., & Shastri L. (2004).  Connectionist Mechanisms for Cognitive Control.
Garagnani, M., Shastri L., & Wendelken C. (2001).  A Connectionist Model of Planning via Back-Chaining Search. Proceedings of the 20th Workshop of the UK Planning and Scheduling Special Interest Group (PLANSIG 2001).
Garagnani, M., Shastri L., & Wendelken C. (2002).  A Connectionist Model of Planning via Back-Chaining Search. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2002).
[Anonymous] (1999).  Connectionist Symbol Processing: Dead or Alive?. (Jagota, A.., Plate T.., Shastri L., & Sun R.., Ed.).2, 1-40.
Shastri, L., & Grannes D. Jeffrey (1996).  A Connectionist Treatment of Negation and Inconsistency. Proceedings of the 18th Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
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Shastri, L. (2002).  Episodic Memory and Cortico-Hippocampal Interactions. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 6(4), 162-168.

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