Cognitive Architectures 2016


Notes:

A cognitive architecture may refer to a blueprint for intelligent agents.

Wikipedia:

See also:

100 Best Cognitive Architecture Videos | BICA (Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures) | Cognitive Architecture & Dialog SystemsCognitive Architecture Timeline | Cougaar (Cognitive Agent Architecture) | RCS (Real-time Control System) Cognitive Architecture


The Leabra Cognitive Architecture: How to Play 20 Principles with Nature
RC O’Reilly, TE Hazy, SA Herd – The Oxford Handbook of …, 2016 – books.google.com
This chapter provides a synthetic review of a long-term effort to produce an internally consistent theory of the neural basis of human cognition, the Leabra cognitive architecture, which explains a great deal of brain and behavioral data. In a highly influential commentary,

A cognitive architecture for the implementation of emotions in computing systems
J Vallverdú, M Talanov, S Distefano, M Mazzara… – … Cognitive Architectures, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract In this paper we present a new neurobiologically-inspired affective cognitive architecture: NEUCOGAR (NEUromodulating COGnitive ARchitecture). The objective of NEUCOGAR is the identification of a mapping from the influence of serotonin, dopamine and

Multilayer cognitive architecture for UAV control
S Emel’yanov, D Makarov, AI Panov… – Cognitive Systems …, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Extensive use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in recent years has induced the rapid growth of research areas related to UAV production. Among these, the design of control systems capable of automating a wide range of UAV activities is one of the most

Cognitive architecture of belief reasoning in children and adults: a primer on the two?systems account
J Low, IA Apperly, SA Butterfill… – Child Development …, 2016 – Wiley Online Library
Abstract Characterizing the cognitive architecture of human mindreading forces us to address two puzzles in people’s attributions of belief: Why children show inconsistent expectations about others’ belief-based actions, and why adults’ reasoning about belief is

Emotion: A unified mechanistic interpretation from a cognitive architecture
R Sun, N Wilson, M Lynch – Cognitive Computation, 2016 – Springer
Abstract This paper reviews a project that attempts to interpret emotion, a complex and multifaceted phenomenon, from a mechanistic point of view, facilitated by an existing comprehensive computational cognitive architecture—CLARION. This cognitive architecture

Artwork creation by a cognitive architecture integrating computational creativity and dual process approaches
A Augello, I Infantino, A Lieto, G Pilato, R Rizzo… – … Cognitive Architectures, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract The paper proposes a novel cognitive architecture (CA) for computational creativity based on the Psi model and on the mechanisms inspired by dual process theories of reasoning and rationality. In recent years, many cognitive models have focused on dual

A summary of the EPIC Cognitive Architecture
DE Kieras – The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Science, 2016 – books.google.com
The EPIC architecture emphasizes perceptual-motor constraints with a flexible concept of parallel cognitive processing and has distinctive features of theoretical parsimony. Its primary difference in coverage from other architectures is that it is an architecture for

Application of Hierarchical and Distributed Cognitive Architecture Management for the Smart Grid
J Palicot, C Moy, B Résimont, R Bonnefoi – Ad Hoc Networks, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Moving from the current power grid to the Smart Grid (SG) requires decentralizing management. This should be done by distributing intelligence over the entire grid, thereby, the intermittent production of renewable energy, customer consumption and electricity

Towards real-world capable spatial memory in the LIDA cognitive architecture
T Madl, S Franklin, K Chen, D Montaldi… – … Cognitive Architectures, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract The ability to represent and utilize spatial information relevant to their goals is vital for intelligent agents. Doing so in the real world presents significant challenges, which have so far mostly been addressed by robotics approaches neglecting cognitive plausibility;

Neurobiological plausibility as part of criteria for highly realistic cognitive architectures
V Kugurakova, M Talanov, D Ivanov – Procedia computer science, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract In this paper we analyze neurobiologically inspired approaches to implement emotions in computational systems. We propose the criteria for realistic cognitive architectures and analyze current architectures using aforementioned criteria. The analysis

The Sigma cognitive architecture and system: Towards functionally elegant grand unification
PS Rosenbloom, A Demski, V Ustun – Journal of Artificial General …, 2016 – degruyter.com
Abstract Sigma (?) is a cognitive architecture and system whose development is driven by a combination of four desiderata: grand unification, generic cognition, functional elegance, and sufficient efficiency. Work towards these desiderata is guided by the graphical

Fusing languages in the bilingual cognitive architecture
SC Bobb, N Hoshino – Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 2016 – cambridge.org
Abstract Research on bilingualism has documented profound brain plasticity by which the bilingual experience reconfigures the cognitive system. These effects include temporary as well as more enduring ones, and parallel activation of a bilingual’s two languages may well

Interactive Collaborative Robotics and Natural Language Interface Based on Multi-agent Recursive Cognitive Architectures
M Anchokov, V Denisenko, Z Nagoev… – International Conference …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract The article represents a review of the world current state in robotics, its fields of implementation and application. It provides a description of a complex collaborative robotic system for monitoring and reconnaissance of leaks and spills of flammable, explosive and

NEUCOGAR: A neuromodulating cognitive architecture for biomimetic emotional AI
J Vallverdu, M Talanov, S Distefano… – International Journal of …, 2016 – academia.edu
ABSTRACT This paper introduces a new model of artificial cognitive architecture for intelligent systems, the Neuromodulating Cognitive Architecture (NEUCOGAR). The model is biomimetically inspired and adapts the neuromodulators role of human brains into

Modeling Two?Channel Speech Processing With the EPIC Cognitive Architecture
DE Kieras, GH Wakefield, ER Thompson… – Topics in cognitive …, 2016 – Wiley Online Library
Abstract An important application of cognitive architectures is to provide human performance models that capture psychological mechanisms in a form that can be “programmed” to predict task performance of human–machine system designs. Although many aspects of

A cognitive architecture account of the visual local advantage phenomenon in autism spectrum disorders
PA van der Helm – Vision research, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Ideally, a cognitive architecture is a neurally plausible model that unifies mental representations and cognitive processes. Here, I apply such a model to re-evaluate the local advantage phenomenon in autism spectrum disorders (ASD), that is, the better than typical

Memory-Centred Cognitive Architectures for Robots Interacting Socially with Humans
P Baxter – arXiv preprint arXiv:1602.05638, 2016 – arxiv.org
Abstract: The Memory-Centred Cognition perspective places an active association substrate at the heart of cognition, rather than as a passive adjunct. Consequently, it places prediction and priming on the basis of prior experience to be inherent and fundamental aspects of

Cognitive architecture for mutual modelling
A Jacq, W Johal, P Dillenbourg, A Paiva – arXiv preprint arXiv:1602.06703, 2016 – arxiv.org
Abstract: In social robotics, robots needs to be able to be understood by humans. Especially in collaborative tasks where they have to share mutual knowledge. For instance, in an educative scenario, learners share their knowledge and they must adapt their behaviour in

Integrating Cognitive Architectures into Virtual Character Design
JO Turner, M Nixon, U Bernardet, S DiPaola – 2016 – books.google.com
Cognitive architectures represent an umbrella term to describe ways in which the flow of thought can be engineered towards cerebral and behavioral outcomes. Cognitive Architectures are meant to provide top-down guidance, a knowledge base, interactive

A robust implementation of episodic memory for a cognitive architecture
D Menager, D Choi – Proc. of Annual Meeting of the …, 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Abstract The ability to remember events plays an important role in human life. People can replay past events in their heads and make decisions based on that information. In this paper, we describe a novel extension to a cognitive architecture, ICARUS, that enables it to

The Cognitive Architecture of Imaginative Resistance
K Miyazono, S Liao – The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of …, 2016 – books.google.com
Very roughly, imagination is the attitude with which we think about possibilities, reason counterfactually, construct pretense scenarios, and engage with stories and other representational artworks. As a part of our mental repertoire, it interacts with beliefs, desires,

Does the cognitive architecture of simplex and multiplex ASD families differ?
AM Oerlemans, CA Hartman, B Franke… – Journal of autism and …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their unaffected siblings from 54 simplex (SPX, one individual in the family affected) and 59 multiplex (MPX, two or more individuals affected) families, and 124 controls were assessed on intelligence, social

Cognitive architecture for adaptive social robotics
SB Ho – International Conference on Intelligent Robotics and …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract We describe a general adaptive cognitive architecture that is applicable to a wide variety of situations from video surveillance to robotics. A cognitive system must have a set of built-in motivations or primary goals to drive its behavior. In addition, the system must have

Continuous phone recognition in the Sigma cognitive architecture
H Joshi, PS Rosenbloom, V Ustun – … Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Spoken language processing is an important capability of human intelligence that has hitherto been unexplored by cognitive architectures. This reflects on both the symbolic and sub-symbolic nature of the speech problem, and the capabilities provided by cognitive

A cognitive architecture based on a learning classifier system with spiking classifiers
D Howard, L Bull, PL Lanzi – Neural Processing Letters, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Learning classifier systems (LCS) are population-based reinforcement learners that were originally designed to model various cognitive phenomena. This paper presents an explicitly cognitive LCS by using spiking neural networks as classifiers, providing each

A Review of 40 Years of Cognitive Architecture Research: Focus on Perception, Attention, Learning and Applications
I Kotseruba, OJA Gonzalez, JK Tsotsos – arXiv preprint arXiv:1610.08602, 2016 – arxiv.org
Abstract: In this paper we present a broad overview of the last 40 years of research on cognitive architectures. Although the number of existing architectures is nearing several hundred, most of the existing surveys do not reflect this growth and focus on a handful of

Anatomy of the mind: exploring psychological mechanisms and processes with the Clarion cognitive architecture
R Sun – 2016 – books.google.com
This book aims to understand human cognition and psychology through a comprehensive computational theory of the human mind, namely, a computational” cognitive architecture”(or more specifically, the Clarion cognitive architecture). The goal of this work is to develop a

Cognitive architectures for social human-robot interaction
P Baxter, S Lemaignan… – Human-Robot Interaction …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: Social HRI requires robots able to use appropriate, adaptive and contingent behaviours to form and maintain engaging social interactions with people. Cognitive Architectures emphasise a generality of mechanism and application, making them an ideal

BiCAmon: Activity monitoring tool on 3d connecome structures for various cognitive architectures
H Kiyomaru, M Osawa, H Yamakawa – Neuroinformatics, 2016 – journal.frontiersin.org
1. Introduction The development of deep learning technology in recent years has accelerated the evolution of various cognitive architectures composed of artificial neural networks (ANNs)[1]. By using massive quantities of data, these technologies can learn the

Predictive ACT-R (PACT-R): Using a physics engine and simulation for physical prediction in a cognitive architecture
D Pentecost, C Sennersten, R Ollington… – Eighth International …, 2016 – ecite.utas.edu.au
Advanced Cognitive Technologies can use cognitive architectures as a basis for higher level reasoning in Artificial Intelligence (AI). Adaptive Control of Thought–Rational (ACT-R) is one such cognitive architecture that attempts to replicate aspects of human thought and

Modeling neuromodulation as a framework to integrate uncertainty in general cognitive architectures
F Alexandre, M Carrere – International Conference on Artificial General …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract One of the most critical properties of a versatile intelligent agent is its capacity to adapt autonomously to any change in the environment without overly complexifying its cognitive architecture. In this paper, we propose that understanding the role of

A novel cognitive architecture for QoS/QoE management in NextG Networks based on Q-learning and R-MLP approaches
AB Zineb, M Ayadi, S Tabbane – Wireless Communications and …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: Next Generation Networks (NGN) principle or 5G technology, is based on the integration of heterogeneous wireless systems and cognitive networks. NGN is expected to have Quality of Service (QoS) as the major challenging issue. More specifically, NGN aims

A new cognitive architecture for bidirectional loop closing
AJ Palomino, R Marfil, JP Bandera… – Robot 2015: Second …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract This paper presents a novel attention-based cognitive architecture for a social robot. This architecture aims to join perception and reasoning considering a double interplay: the current task biases the perceptual process whereas perceived items determine

Towards the integration and evaluation of online workload measures in a cognitive architecture
B Wortelen, A Unni, JW Rieger… – … (CogInfoCom), 2016 7th …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: Adapting an automation system to the workload level of a human operator can be beneficial in many situations, eg at industrial workplaces or in safety-critical situations like driving and flying an aircraft. However, this requires real-time assessment of workload. We

Wreath product cognitive architecture (WPCA)
A Joshi, TC Henderson – Multisensor Fusion and Integration for …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: A Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) framework closely resembles human practical reasoning approach in day-to-day life, and is a well-studied architecture. The wreath product cognitive model, first described by Leyton is an abstract, although powerful, model which

Deep State Representation: an unified internal representation for the robotics cognitive architecture CORTEX
LVC Estévez – 2016 – dialnet.unirioja.es
CORTEX propone una arquitectura basada en agentes donde éstos se encargan de las habilidades clásicas, como la percepción, la actuación y la planificación. Los agentes deben ser autónomos y obedientes, y están a cargo de una funcionalidad bien definida—ya

The Contemporary Craft of Creating Characters Meets Today’s Cognitive Architectures: A Case Study in Expressivity
S Bringsjord, J Licato, A Bringsjord – … Cognitive Architectures into …, 2016 – books.google.com
ABSTRACT What does the contemporary craft of character design (by human authors), which is beyond the reach of foreseeable AI, and which isn’t powered by any stunning, speculative, AI-infused technology (immersive or otherwise), but is instead aided by tried-

Desiderata for developmental cognitive architectures
D Vernon, C von Hofsten, L Fadiga – … Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract This paper complements Ron Sun’s influential Desiderata for Cognitive Architectures by focussing on the desirable attributes of a biologically-inspired cognitive architecture for an agent with a capacity for autonomous development. Ten desiderata are

The cognitive systems toolkit and the CST reference cognitive architecture
ALO Paraense, K Raizer, SM de Paula… – … Cognitive Architectures, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract In this paper, we introduce the Cognitive Systems Toolkit (CST) and its underlying CST Reference Cognitive Architecture. CST is a general toolkit for the construction of cognitive architectures, which relies on a set of concepts which are familiar to many other

Systematicity and a categorical theory of cognitive architecture: universal construction in context
S Phillips, WH Wilson – Frontiers in psychology, 2016 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Abstract Why does the capacity to think certain thoughts imply the capacity to think certain other, structurally related, thoughts? Despite decades of intensive debate, cognitive scientists have yet to reach a consensus on an explanation for this property of cognitive

An Analysis of the CHC Model for Comparing Cognitive Architectures
R Ichise – Procedia Computer Science, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract There are many cognitive architectures available nowadays, and each architecture has its own different mechanisms. Therefore, we need to identify the advantages and disadvantages of these architectures in order to improve upon them. In this paper, we

… the Mind: Exploring Psychological Mechanisms and Processes with The: Exploring Psychological Mechanisms and Processes with the Clarion Cognitive Architecture
R Sun – 2016 – philpapers.org
Abstract This book aims to understand human cognition and psychology through a comprehensive computational theory of the human mind, namely, a computational” cognitive architecture”. The goal of this work is to develop a unified framework for understanding the

Evaluation of Cognitive Architectures Inspired by Cognitive Biases
C Doell, S Siebert – Procedia Computer Science, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Cognitive architectures are frequently built to model naturally intelligent behavior. This aims on two primary goals: On one hand these architectures model human behavior in order to give a better understanding of the human thought process. On the other hand

A Cognitive Model for Effective E-Learning using Cognitive Architecture-ACT-R
A Kanimozhi, VC Raj – Mass Communicator: International …, 2016 – indianjournals.com
Many researches on Cognitive science focus on the working process of human brain which is simulated in various real time applications. The system should learn like a human and it should recognize the new skill, which is the main objective of cognitive science. When we

The Good, the Ugly and the Bad Situation Awareness in the Big Data: A Cognitive Architecture for Social Forecasting
E D’Avanzo, G Pilato – International Journal of Knowledge Society …, 2016 – igi-global.com
Abstract Situation awareness (the Good) is a challenging approach aiming at realizing artifacts being aware of what happens in the environment around them. Big data (the Ugly) includes datasets whose magnitude is far away of being processed by traditional

Deep State Representation: an unified internal representation for the robotics cognitive architecture CORTEX
LV Calderita Estévez – 2016 – dehesa.unex.es
CORTEX proposes a agent–?based architecture, where the agents are in charge of classical perceptual, actuation and planning abilities. The agents should be autonomous and obedient, and they are in charge of a well defined functionally–?whether it be reactive,

CoBiDA: Cognitive Architecture for Astronomical Big Data Analysis
AK Mishra – ska.ac.za
Brain has intrigued researchers since the beginning of scientific endeavors. Firstly, beginning of computers saw the advent of exciting developments which culminated to the development of the new discipline of artificial neural networks (ANN). ANNs have been

Automatic analysis of slips of the tongue: Insights into the cognitive architecture of speech production
M Goldrick, J Keshet, E Gustafson, J Heller, J Needle – Cognition, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Traces of the cognitive mechanisms underlying speaking can be found within subtle variations in how we pronounce sounds. While speech errors have traditionally been seen as categorical substitutions of one sound for another, acoustic/articulatory analyses show

Action execution, its estimation and learning for a systems level cognitive architecture
D Dong – 2016 – search.proquest.com
Abstract An agent or robot achieves its goals by interacting with its environment, cyclically choosing and executing suitable actions. Cognitive architectures are considered the control structures of the agent, helping it decide what to do next, while the designs resemble how

Agent-Based cognitive architecture framework implementation of complex systems within a multi-agent framework
A Wendt, T Sauter – … and Factory Automation (ETFA), 2016 IEEE …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: Due to their increasing complexity, the implementation of automation systems faces more challenges. Cognitive architectures have been designed to deal exactly with that. The purpose of a cognitive architecture is to find an action to every possible sensor data to move

Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures
M Talanov, J Vallverdú, B Hu, P Moore, A Toschev… – 2016 – researchgate.net
In this work we propose the following hypothesis: the neuromodulatory mechanisms that control the emotional states of mammals can be translated and re-implemented in a computer by controlling the computational performance of a hosted computational system. In our specific

The Goal Re-activation Problem in Cognitive Architectures.
NH Li – 2016 – deepblue.lib.umich.edu
Intelligent agents in the real world have to manage multiple goals. However, the pursuit of some goals may only be possible under specific conditions which, if not met, requires the agent to suspend the goals for future re-activation. In cognitive architectures, suspended

A Step from Probabilistic Programming to Cognitive Architectures
A Potapov – arXiv preprint arXiv:1605.01180, 2016 – arxiv.org
Abstract: Probabilistic programming is considered as a framework, in which basic components of cognitive architectures can be represented in unified and elegant fashion. At the same time, necessity of adopting some component of cognitive architectures for

AN ADAPTIVE REUSABLE LEARNING OBJECT FOR ELearning USING COGNITIVE ARCHITECTURE
A Kanimozhi, V Cyrilraj – aircconline.com
ABSTRACT Nowadays, a huge amount of ambiguous e-learning materials are available in World Wide Web irrespective of various objectives. These digital educational resources can be reused and shared from centralized online repository and it will avoid the redundant

Neurobiological Plausibility as Part of Criteria for Highly Realistic Cognitive Architectures
M Talanov, V Kugurakova, D Ivanov – 2016 – dspace.kpfu.ru
© 2016 The Authors. In this paper we analyze neurobiologically inspired approaches to implement emotions in computational systems. We propose the criteria for realistic cognitive architectures and analyze current architectures using aforementioned criteria. The analysis

Extendable behavioral cognitive architecture based on dynamic field theory
M Nikkhoo, MB Menhaj – Control, Instrumentation, and …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: In order to support the computational modeling and simulation of socially-distributed cognitive processes, a new behavioral based cognitive architecture using Dynamic field theory for each individual agent is proposed. This cognitive architecture is

Cognitive Architecture: Orchestrator of Innovation in Organizations
NVL Bhyrovabhotla – 2016 – papers.ssrn.com
Abstract: Management of Organizational Knowledge which drives innovation has always been considered as the key to performance and resultant sustained competitive advantage. This axiom is even more applicable in the 21st century where the business environment has

A use case of an adaptive cognitive architecture for the operation of humanoid robots in real environments
DH Garcia, C Monje… – International Journal of …, 2016 – journals.sagepub.com
Future trends in robotics call for robots that can work, interact and collaborate with humans. Developing these kind of robots requires the development of intelligent behaviours. As a minimum standard for behaviours to be considered as intelligent, it is required at least to

Symbolic Expressions of the Human Cognitive Architecture
E Ilario, A Pereira Jr, G Paixão Jr – Dialogue and Universalism, 2016 – ceeol.com
ABSTRACT We briefly review and discuss symbolic expressions of the cognitive architecture of the human mind/brain, focusing on the Quaternion, the Axis Mundi and the Tree of Life, and elaborate on a quaternary diagram that expresses a contemporary worldview. While

A cognitive architecture for the implementation of emotions in computing systems
M Talanov, A Tchitchigin, M Mazzara, I Nurgaliev… – 2016 – dspace.kpfu.ru
© 2015 Elsevier BV All rights reserved. In this paper we present a new neurobiologically-inspired affective cognitive architecture: NEUCOGAR (NEUromodulating COGnitive ARchitecture). The objective of NEUCOGAR is the identification of a mapping from the

The CLARION Cognitive Architecture: Toward a Comprehensive Theory of
R Sun – The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Science, 2016 – books.google.com
This chapter presents a hybrid cognitive architecture CLARION, which is significantly different from most existing cognitive architectures in several important respects. CLARION is hybrid in that it (a) combines connectionist and symbolic representations,(b) combines

Tests and Metrics for Believable Character Reasoning Inspired by a Cognitive Architecture
AV Samsonovich – makro.ink
Abstract An autonomous actor should decide on its own which goals to set and pursue in a new situation involving multiple actors. Humans in such cases typically rely on individual relationships and social preferences. An artificial autonomous agent can be useful and

Evolving spatial and temporal lexicons across different cognitive architectures
S Heath – 2016 – espace.library.uq.edu.au
Abstract Communication between mobile robots requires a transfer of symbols, where each symbol signifies a meaning. However, in typical applications, meaning has been ascribed to the symbols by the engineers that have programmed the robots. This thesis explores an

COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT COGNITIVE ARCHITECTURES WITH THE NEWLY PROPOSED CSIA ARCHITECTURE
N Vishwitha, K Ashwini, MV Vijayakumar – ijcrcst.com
Abstract: This paper focus on various Cognitive architectures. These architectures are designed which helps us to understand the basic aspects of cognition. They show the various components involved in it and their flow of control. Cognitive architecture gives us

Framework for the automated disassembly of electronic waste using the Soar cognitive architecture
NM DiFilippo – 2016 – search.proquest.com
Abstract An experimental study was conducted to investigate the feasibility of integrating the cognitive architecture Soar with a robotic system to aid in the disassembly of electronic waste (e-waste). This study was broken up into different parts, first, to examine how well the

WPCA: The Wreath Product Cognitive Architecture
A Joshi – 2016 – search.proquest.com
Abstract We propose to examine a representation which features combined action and perception signals, ie, instead of having a purely geometric representation of the perceptual data, we include the motor actions, eg, aiming a camera at an object, which are also actions

Book Review: Cognitive Architecture: Designing for How We Respond to the Built Environment
CG Bonney – 2016 – jpe.sagepub.com
The relationship between humans and their built environments is foundational to the fields of planning, architecture, and design. While the psychological and physical aspects of this relationship have been a topic of research for some time, in Cognitive Architecture, the

Emotion contagion in a cognitive architecture
J Allen, R Sun – … (SSCI), 2016 IEEE Symposium Series on, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: The issue of emotion contagion in various settings has been gaining attention recently. Humans share emotions, for example, through gestures or speech or through online text via social media. There have been computational models in the past to try to

MIND STRENGTHS: THE UNIQUE COGNITIVE ARCHITECTURE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS
N Seery¹, J Buckley¹, T Hyland, D Canty – researchgate.net
ABSTRACT Engineering and technology education is uniquely positioned within formal education systems to facilitate the development of a broad range of cognitive competencies such as designerly thinking, spatial reasoning and modelling. It is posited that this

Self-Motivating Computational System Cognitive Architecture
A Sylvestor, DJ Kelley – artificialgeneralintelligenceinc.com
Abstract This paper is an overview of the Independent Core Observer Model (ICOM) Cognitive Extension Architecture which is a methodology or’pattern’for producing a self-motivating computational system that can be self-aware. ICOM is as a system for abstracting

Development of cognitive architecture by using ambient and swarm intelligence in society of agents metaphor
K Ashwini – 2016 – ir.inflibnet.ac.in
Artificial Intelligence is one of the disciplines in the area of computer science deals with making the machines behave like humans John McCarthy is a person who introduced the term Artificial Intelligence at the Darkmouth conference He stated the term as the science

A Comparative Analysis of Cognitive Architecture
A Nancy, M Balamurugan, S Vijaykumar – researchgate.net
Abstract—In this paper, we discussing about a theoretical comparison among five of the most popular cognitive architectures: ACT-R, SOAR, LIDA, CLARION and EPIC. These architectures are compared based on a set of cognitive architecture criteria, and how the

The Cognitive Architecture of Perception
J Vázquez – 2016 – philpapers.org
Abstract This translation into English of La arquitectura cognitiva de la percepción—published in Spanish in open access at the institutional repository of USC, Minerva—is a digital, open-access version of the print-format edition published originally by the

Contemporary cognitive architectures: a comparative study of structures and adaptability
M Rajangam, C Annamalai – International Journal of …, 2016 – inderscienceonline.com
Cognitive architectures aim to provide blueprints for achieving artificial general intelligence (AGI). Cognitive models that can provide crucial clues to the working of human mind are typically built on top of cognitive architectures. This paper reviews contemporary cognitive

Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures
D Vernon, C von Hofsten, L Fadiga – 2016 – vernon.eu
This paper complements Ron Sun’s influential Desiderata for Cognitive Architectures by focussing on the desirable attributes of a biologically-inspired cognitive architecture for an agent with a capacity for autonomous development. Ten desiderata are identified, dealing

A cognitive architecture for building automation
G Zucker, A Wendt, L Siafara… – … Society, IECON 2016 …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: The operation of buildings holds the potential for significant energy savings and high flexibility during operation without affecting indoor comfort. The leverage for this potential is the building automation system, which can modify and optimize operation

2nd Workshop on Cognitive Architectures for Social Human-Robot Interaction 2016 (CogArch4sHRI 2016)
P Baxter, JG Trafton… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2016 – adsabs.harvard.edu
Abstract This volume is the proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Cognitive Architectures for Social Human-Robot Interaction, held at the ACM/IEEE HRI 2016 conference, which took place on Monday 7th March 2016, in Christchurch, New Zealand. Organised by Paul Baxter

40 Years of Cognitive Architectures Core Cognitive Abilities and Practical Applications
I Kotseruba, JK Tsotsos – arXiv preprint arXiv:1610.08602, 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Abstract In this paper we present a broad overview of the last 40 years of research on cognitive architectures. Although the number of existing architectures is nearing several hundred, most of the existing surveys do not reflect this growth and focus on a handful of

Origins and evolution of enactive cognitive science: Toward an enactive cognitive architecture
LL de Carvalho, DJ Pereira, SA Coelho – … Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract This paper presents a historical perspective on the origin of the enactive approach to cognitive science, starting chronologically from cybernetics, with the aim of clarifying its main concepts, such as enaction, autopoiesis, structural coupling and natural drift; thus

Using a cognitive architecture in educational and recreational games: How to incorporate a model in your App
NA Taatgen, H de Weerd – harmendeweerd.nl
Abstract We present a Swift re-implementation of the ACT-R cognitive architecture, which can be used to quickly build iOS Apps that incorporate an ACT-R model as a core feature. We discuss how this implementation can be used in an example model, and explore the

DD303 Cognitive Psychology Chapter 16 Cognitive modelling and cognitive architectures
P Mulholland, S Watt – researchgate.net
In this chapter, we are going to return to a psychological method that was introduced in Chapter 1 and has been raised at various points since: cognitive modelling. You have already met a few cognitive models, although you may not have realized that they were

A Cognitive Architecture Incorporating Theory of Mind in Social Robots towards Their Personal Assistance at Home
OC Görür, ? Albayrak – researchgate.net
Abstract—Recent studies show that robots are still far from being long-term companions in our daily lives. With an interdisciplinary approach, this position paper structures around coping with this problem and suggests guidelines on how to develop a cognitive architecture

Strategies for memory-based decision making: Modeling behavioral and neural signatures within a cognitive architecture
HB Fechner, T Pachur, LJ Schooler, K Mehlhorn… – Cognition, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract How do people use memories to make inferences about real-world objects? We tested three strategies based on predicted patterns of response times and blood-oxygen-level-dependent (BOLD) responses: one strategy that relies solely on recognition memory, a

Cognitive Architecture of Collective Intelligence Based on Social Evidence
A Kolonin, E Vityaev, Y Orlov – Procedia Computer Science, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Development of collective intelligence and consciousness starts playing key evolutionary role given spread of social networks and massive Internet communications. Paper considers cognitive model and architecture capable to capture cognitive phenomena

Towards Truly Autonomous Synthetic Characters with the Sigma Cognitive Architecture
V Ustun, PS Rosenbloom – Integrating Cognitive Architectures …, 2016 – books.google.com
ABSTRACT Realism is required not only for how synthetic characters look but also for how they behave. Many applications, such as simulations, virtual worlds, and video games, require computational models of intelligence that generate realistic and credible behavior for

The Information Dynamics of Thinking: a cognitive architecture for human creative cognition
GA Wiggins, K Agres, J Forth, M Purver – katagres.com
We present IDyOT (Wiggins, 2012b), the Information Dynamics of Thinking, a novel cognitive architecture that instantiates the (much more abstract) Global Workspace Theory of Baars (1988), in a way motivated by a principle of efficiency in information processing. IDyOT

The Cognitive Architecture Within the Natural-Constructive Approach
O Chernavskaya – … Inspired Cognitive Architectures (BICA) for Young …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract The cognitive architecture designed within the natural-constructive approach to modeling the cognitive process is presented. This approach is based on the dynamical theory of information, the neurophysiology data, and neural computing (using the concept of

Cognitive architecture of a humanoid robot for coaching physical exercises in kinaesthetic rehabilitation
P Tanguy – keraal.enstb.org
Abstract—The rising number of the elderly incurs growing concern about healthcare, and in particular rehabilitation healthcare. Assistive technology and assistive robotics in particular may help to improve this process. We develop a robot coach capable of demonstrating

USING THE SOAR COGNITIVE ARCHITECTURE TO REMOVE SCREWS FROM DIFFERENT LAPTOP MODELS
NM DiFilippo, MK Jouaneh – … COGNITIVE ARCHITECTURE, 2016 – search.proquest.com
Abstract This paper investigates an approach that uses the cognitive architecture Soar to improve the performance of an automated robotic system which uses a combination of vision and force sensing to remove screws from laptop cases. Soar? s long term memory module,

The CAPS Family of Cognitive Architectures
S Varma – The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Science, 2016 – books.google.com
Abstract Over the past 30 years, the CAPS family of architectures has illuminated the constraints that shape human information processing. These architectures have supported models of complex forms of cognition ranging from problem solving to language

Cognitive Architectures
M Flasi?ski – Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, 2016 – Springer
Abstract In this part of the monograph we present various methods used for problem solving by artificial intelligence systems. This chapter, however, does not include a description of any method, but it contains a discussion on the possible structure of an artificial intelligence

Self-Motivating Computational System Cognitive Architecture: An Introduction
DJ Kelley – Google It, 2016 – Springer
Abstract This paper is an overview of the Independent Core Observer Model Independent Core Observer Model (ICOM) Cognitive Extension Architecture which is a methodology or ‘pattern’for producing a self-motivating computational system that can be self-aware. ICOM is

Cognitive architecture: Orchestrator of innovation in organizations
BVL Narayana – International Journal of Advanced Research in …, 2016 – garph.co.uk
Abstract: Management of Organizational Knowledge which drives innovation has always been considered as the key to performance and resultant sustained competitive advantage. This axiom is even more applicable in the 21st century where the business environment has

Some essential skills and their combination in an architecture for a cognitive and interactive robot
S Devin, G Milliez, M Fiore, A Clodic… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2016 – arxiv.org
… The question is what skills to implement and how to integrate them in order to build a cognitive architecture, allowing a robot to collaborate efficiently and naturally with humans … Page 4. Fig. 1: A cognitive architecture for Human-Robot Interaction …

A cognitive-affective architecture for ECAs
J Pérez, E Cerezo, FJ Serón, LF Rodríguez – … Cognitive Architectures, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract The development of Embodied Conversational Agents (ECAs) involves a large number of challenges such as the modeling of cognitive and affective functions in order to achieve realism and believability in this type of intelligent agents. An approach to provide

A universal architecture for migrating cognitive agents: a case study on automatic animation generation
K Hassani, WS Lee – … Cognitive Architectures into Virtual Character …, 2016 – igi-global.com
Abstract In this chapter, the characteristics of a cognitive architecture that can migrate among various embodiments are discussed and the feasibility of designing such architecture is investigated. The migration refers to the ability of an agent to transfer its internal state among

Enabling Basic Normative HRI in a Cognitive Robotic Architecture
V Sarathy, JR Wilson, T Arnold, M Scheutz – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2016 – arxiv.org
… in blame and reprimand from the chef, which then has to be addressed either by apologizing or by offering an explanation as to why the rule violation was justified [2]. Clearly, social and moral norms play an important functional role in the human cognitive architecture: they are …

Animating Cognitive Models and Architectures: A Rule-Based Approach.
N Sharaf, S Abdennadher, TW Frühwirth, D Gall – GCAI, 2016 – informatik.uni-ulm.de
… cognition. A cognitive architecture includes the basic aspects of any cognitive agent. It consists of different correlated modules. In general, cognitive architectures provide the needed layouts for building intelli- gent agents. The …

Social Human-Robot Interaction: A New Cognitive and Affective Interaction-Oriented Architecture
C Adam, W Johal, D Pellier, H Fiorino… – … Conference on Social …, 2016 – Springer
… Cogn. Syst. Res. 10(2), 141–160 (2009)CrossRef. 19. Novianto, R., Johnston, B., Williams, MA: Attention in asmo cognitive architecture. In: 1st International Conference on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures (BICA) (2010). 20 …

The architecture of apophasis: exploring options for a cognitive scientific interpretation of the via negativa
A Hollingsworth – Religion, Brain & Behavior, 2016 – Taylor & Francis
… processes that underlie the via negativa. There are scientific reasons, as well, to pause before enlisting Schjoedt’s et al. theory to explain the cognitive architecture of the apophatic journey. First, as Inzlicht, Schmeichel, and Macrae …

The Transition to Democracy in Bulgaria: Much-Needed Reforms, Showed by AI-Approach, AI-Methodology and AI-Cognitive G-Space Architecture
G Goshev – EJIS European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies …, 2016 – journals.euser.org
… laws, codices, etc.) in G-space following a specific algorithm by a person is accepted by the creators of cognitive architecture* as being a … Logical) relations; and Cognitive simulation – simulating the techniques which people use for solving problems (cognitive architectures) …

Cognitive Computing: Concepts, Architectures, Systems, and Applications
VN Gudivada – Handbook of Statistics, 2016 – Elsevier
… An overview of three major categories of cognitive architectures is presented, which is followed by a description of cognitive computing systems and their applications … Cognitive architectures model human performance on multiple cognitive tasks …

Social Human-Robot Interaction: A New Cognitive and Affective Interaction-Oriented Architecture
S Pesty – Social Robotics: 8th International Conference, ICSR …, 2016 – books.google.com
… In spite of the numerous contributions in the field of cognitive architectures for agents and for robots (eg [5, 10, 15, 16]), designing a cognitive architecture dealing with the complexity of human-robot interactions (HRI) remains a real challenge …

CogNet: A network management architecture featuring cognitive capabilities
L Xu, H Assem, IGB Yahia, TS Buda… – Networks and …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… COGNITIVE ARCHITECTURE FOR NETWORK MANAGMENT The high level architecture of the CogNet is depicted graphically in Figure 2. It includes the NFV architectural framework that will connect to legacy networks, and will constantly forward its state and usage records to …

Developing dynamic field theory architectures for embodied cognitive systems with cedar
O Lomp, M Richter, SKU Zibner… – Frontiers in …, 2016 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
… DFT provides concepts for how to integrate sensory information into cognitive architectures and for how to drive effector systems based on the neural representations generated within a cognitive architecture. 2.5.1. Sensors. Sensors provide input to DFT architectures …

Real-Time Delivery of 4G Services With Cross-Layered and Power-Optimized Cognitive Radio Architecture
M Aslam, MN Ayyaz – IEEE Systems Journal, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Page 1. IEEE SYSTEMS JOURNAL, VOL. 10, NO. 1, MARCH 2016 325 Real-Time Delivery of 4G Services With Cross-Layered and Power-Optimized Cognitive Radio Architecture Maria Aslam and Muhammad Naeem Ayyaz …