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2011
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Inductive rule learning on the knowledge level
We present an application of the analytical inductive programming system Igor to learning sets of recursive rules from positive experience. We propose that this approach can be us...
Ute Schmid, Emanuel Kitzelmann
COGSR
2011
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Reactive goal management in a cognitive architecture
Goals play an important role in human cognition. Different aspects of human mind influence the generation of goals they pursue, and the goals guide their behaviors. In psychology...
Dongkyu Choi
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2011
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How groups develop a specialized domain vocabulary: A cognitive multi-agent model
We simulate the evolution of a domain vocabulary in small communities. Empirical data show that human communicators can evolve graphical languages quickly in a constrained task (P...
David Reitter, Christian Lebiere
COGSR
2011
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A memory for goals model of sequence errors
We propose a model of routine sequence actions based on the Memory for Goals model. The model presents a novel process description for both perseveration and anticipation errors, ...
J. Gregory Trafton, Erik M. Altmann, Raj M. Ratwan...
COGSR
2011
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Sleep loss and driver performance: Quantitative predictions with zero free parameters
Fatigue has been implicated in an alarming number of motor vehicle accidents, costing billions of dollars and thousands of lives. Unfortunately, the ability to predict performance...
Glenn Gunzelmann, L. Richard Moore, Dario D. Salvu...
COGSR
2011
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A biologically realistic cleanup memory: Autoassociation in spiking neurons
Methods for cleaning up (or recognizing) states of a neural network are crucial for the functioning of many neural cognitive models. For example, Vector Symbolic Architectures pro...
Terrence C. Stewart, Yichuan Tang, Chris Eliasmith
COGSR
2011
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Rethinking cognitive architecture via graphical models
Cognitive architectures need to resolve the diversity dilemma – i.e., to blend diversity and simplicity – in order to couple functionality and efficiency with integrability, e...
Paul S. Rosenbloom
COGSR
2011
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The persistent visual store as the locus of fixation memory in visual search tasks
Experiments on visual search have demonstrated the existence of a relatively large and reliable memory for which objects have been fixated; an indication of this memory is that re...
David E. Kieras
COGSR
2011
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Learning to use episodic memory
This paper brings together work in modeling episodic memory and reinforcement learning. We demonstrate that is possible to learn to use episodic memory retrievals while simultaneo...
Nicholas A. Gorski, John E. Laird
COGSR
2011
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Psychological models of human and optimal performance in bandit problems
In bandit problems, a decision-maker must choose between a set of alternatives, each of which has a fixed but unknown rate of reward, to maximize their total number of rewards ov...
Michael D. Lee, Shunan Zhang, Miles Munro, Mark St...
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