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SAL: an explicitly pluralistic cognitive architecture

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SAL: an explicitly pluralistic cognitive architecture
gle level of abstraction cannot capture the required richness of behavior. In this paper, we offer a brief principled defense of epistemological pluralism in cognitive science and artificial intelligence, and elaborate on the SAL architecture as an example of how pluralism can be highly effective as an approach to research in cognitive science.
David J. Jilk, Christian Lebiere, Randall C. O'Rei
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where JETAI
Authors David J. Jilk, Christian Lebiere, Randall C. O'Reilly, John R. Anderson
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