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Shastri, L. (2001).  Biological grounding of recruitment learning and vicinal algorithms in long-term potentiation. 348-367.
Shastri, L., & Grannes D. Jeffrey (1996).  A case study of SHRUTI. 2,
Shastri, L. (2001).  A computational model of episodic memory formation in the hippocampal system. 38-40, 889-897.
Feldman, J., & Shastri L. (2003).  Connectionism.
Wendelken, C., & Shastri L. (2004).  Connectionist Mechanisms for Cognitive Control.
[Anonymous] (1999).  Connectionist Symbol Processing: Dead or Alive?. (Jagota, A.., Plate T.., Shastri L., & Sun R.., Ed.).2, 1-40.
Shastri, L., & Mani D.. R. (1997).  Massively Parallel Knowledge Representation and Reasoning - Taking a Cue from the Brain.
Feldman, J., & Shastri L. (1986).  Neural Nets, Routines and Semantic Networks.
Mani, D.. R., & Shastri L. (1999).  Parallel inference with very large knowledge bases. 2,
Shastri, L. (1999).  Recruitment of binding and binding-error detector circuits via long-term potentiation. 26-27, 865-874.
Mani, D.. R., & Shastri L. (1993).  Reflexive Reasoning with Multiple-Instantiation in in a Connectionist Reasoning System with a Typed Hierarchy. 5, 205-242.
Ajjanagadde, V., & Shastri L. (1991).  Rules and variables in neural nets. 3,
Feldman, J., & Shastri L. (1984).  Semantic Networks and Neural Nets.
Shastri, L. (2007).  SHRUTI: A Neurally Motivated Architecture for Rapid, Scalable Inference. 183-203.
Shastri, L. (2000).  Types and Quantifiers in Shruti --- a connectionist model of rapid reasoning and relational processing.