Miller (1956): A Recent Citation Among the Uncountable

In the mail today was the August 2012 issue of Computational Intelligence Magazine, a publication of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society. The article that caught my interest was "Challenges for Perceptual Computer Applications and How They Were Overcome" (DOI:

The research presented is deep inside the fuzzy logic subspecialty of AI, but sure enough, there was citation number 20:

[20] G. Miller, “The magical number seven plus or minus two: Some limits on the capacity for processing information,” Psychol. Rev., vol. 63, no. 2, pp. 81–97, 1956.

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