A major difference between the rule-based and connectionist approaches is
a) the rule-based approach involves computer simulation, and the connectionist approach does not.
b) the rule-based approach involves artificial neural networks, and the connectionist approach does not.
c) the concept of “threshold” is relevant to the rule-based approach but not to the connectionist approach.
d) the connectionist approach simulates learning (the neural networks change with experience), while the rule-based approach is static and is not set up to reflect changes with experience.