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[PDF] Cognitive tutors: Technology bringing learning science to the classroom KR Koedinger, AT Corbett – The Cambridge handbook of the …, 2006 – pact.cs.cmu.edu … in ACT-R theory. Extensive Cognitive Tutor research has served both to validate and modify the ACT-R cognitive architecture model (cf. Anderson & Lebiere, … The strengths of ACT-R and the Cognitive Tutor principles are that they are general and can apply in multiple domains. … Cited by 178 Related articles View as HTML All 12 versions

[PDF] from cuni.cz Pogamut 3 can assist developers in building AI (not only) for their videogame agents J Gemrot, R Kadlec, M Bída, O Burkert, R Píbil… – Agents for Games and …, 2009 – Springer … This dialog system can be used independently of the plug-in for specifying landmarks and areas on the map. The work is detailed in [47]. 5 Related Work … Although the ACT-R integration [50] is now available for cognitive psychologists and Educational scenarios [47] make … Cited by 23 Related articles All 5 versions

Cognitive dialog systems for dynamic environments: Progress and challenges F Putze, T Schultz – Digital Signal Processing for In-Vehicle Systems and …, 2012 – Springer … Cognitive architectures like ACT-R [14] aim to provide a general model of human cognition for simulation or prediction. For the use in adaptive dialog systems, they help to represent and estimate nonobservable user states and are also able to predict future user behavior from a … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from 204.14.132.173 Cognitive niches: An ecological model of strategy selection. JN Marewski, LJ Schooler – Psychological review, 2011 – psycnet.apa.org … From the heuristics framework, we adopt the thesis that people make decisions by selecting from a repertoire of simple decision strategies that exploit regularities in the environment and draw on cognitive capacities, such as memory and time perception. ACT–R provides a … Cited by 14 Related articles All 9 versions

[PDF] from cmu.edu [PDF] Modeling of Modality Selection in Multimodal Human-Computer Interaction S Schaffer – … of the 10th International Conference on Cognitive …, 2010 – act-r.psy.cmu.edu … my PhD, where I am developing user models for the simulation of interaction between users and multimodal dialogue systems. … Currently the employee search task including a shortcut via speech input is modeled with the cognitive architecture ACT-R (Anderson & … Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions

[PDF] from learnlab.org Exploring the assistance dilemma in experiments with Cognitive Tutors KR Koedinger, V Aleven – Educational Psychology Review, 2007 – Springer … 1989). Cognitive Tutors grew out of an attempt to apply and test the ACT-R theory of cognition and rely on cognitive psychology research in their design and development (Anderson et al. 1995). … Cognitive Tutors are grounded in the ACT-R theory of cognition (Anderson 1993). … Cited by 167 Related articles BL Direct All 30 versions

[PDF] from uka.de [PDF] Cognitive memory modeling for interactive systems in dynamic environments F Putze, T Schultz – … Workshop Series on Spoken Dialogue Systems …, 2009 – csl.ira.uka.de … 2 From Cognitive Architectures to User Memory Modeling in Dialog Systems Cognitive architectures try to accommodate all important phenomena and inter- relations of human cognition. Famous examples are ACT-R [Anderson et al., 2004] and PSI [Dörner, 2002]. … Cited by 2 Related articles View as HTML All 4 versions

A model of shortcut usage in multimodal human-computer interaction S Schaffer, R Schleicher, S Möller – Digital Human Modeling, 2011 – Springer … MeMo incorporates a general user simulation framework, applicable to different kinds and classes of systems, such as spoken dialog systems and graphical user interfaces (GUIs). … Both tasks have been modeled with the cognitive architecture ACT-R [15]. … Related articles All 3 versions

[PDF] from upenn.edu Rich socio-cognitive agents for immersive training environments: case of NonKin Village BG Silverman, D Pietrocola, B Nye, N Weyer… – Autonomous Agents and …, 2012 – Springer … For example, as reviewed in Zacharias et al. [33], the cognitive modeling community may be subsumed here with their many scientific models of human reasoning (eg, ACT-R, SOAR, PsychSim, PMFserv) as can the second generation social science models that add greater … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

[PDF] from aaaipress.org Reports of the AAAI 2009 Fall Symposia R Azevedo, T Bench-Capon, G Biswas, T Carmichael… – AI Magazine, 2010 – aaai.org … couple of days, the symposium featured talks about four major cognitive architectures (Soar … ACT-R, for instance, has more than one dimension along which multiple representations are … the subfields of simulation and serious games, spo- ken dialogue systems, natural language … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Toward a situation model in a cognitive architecture SM Rodgers, CW Myers, J Ball, MD Freiman – Computational & …, 2012 – Springer … This paper introduces an approach to dynamically represent situation information within the ACT-R cognitive architecture in the context of a synthetic teammate project. … Fig. 1 ACT-R cognitive architecture (Anderson 2007) the highest calculated utility is selected and fired. … Related articles

[PDF] from dtic.mil The synthetic teammate project J Ball, C Myers, A Heiberg, NJ Cooke… – Computational & …, 2010 – Springer … Page 2. 272 J. Ball et al. mate, is being developed in the ACT-R cognitive architecture. The major compo- nents include: language comprehension and generation, dialog management, agent- environment interaction, and situation assessment. … 3 ACT-R cognitive architecture … Cited by 16 Related articles Library Search All 10 versions

Cognitive approaches to spoken language technology RK Moore – Speech Technology, 2010 – Springer … approaches to building statistical models for automatic speech recognition (ASR), unit selection inventories for text- to-speech synthesis (TTS) or interaction strategies for spoken language dialogue systems (SLDS) has … Cognitive architectures such as Soar, ACT-R and BDI … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from tcd.ie Analysis of a new simulation approach to dialog system evaluation KP Engelbrecht, M Quade, S Möller – Speech Communication, 2009 – Elsevier … The psychological and the human–computer-interaction (HCI) literature has spawned a number of approaches to model the interaction between users and dialog systems on the level of actions or on the level of cognitive processes involved in operating the interface, eg ACT-R ( … Cited by 16 Related articles All 6 versions

Cognitive Systems Introduction HI Christensen, A Sloman, GJ Kruijff, JL Wyatt – Cognitive Systems, 2010 – Springer … a lot of toolkits already available but mostly they tend either to be committed to a particular sort of architecture (eg SOAR, ACT-R, PRS, etc … has evaluated these and other tools and developed a new improved tool – CAST that is presented in Chapter 2. A cognitive systems project … Cited by 8 Related articles Library Search All 6 versions

[PDF] from ncsu.edu Recognizing Effective and Student-Adaptive Tutor Moves in Task-Oriented Tutorial Dialogue CM Mitchell, EY Ha, KE Boyer, JC Lester – Twenty-Fifth International …, 2012 – aaai.org … learning a tutorial dialogue management model for a text-based tutorial dialogue system from the … correlations (n = total counts in corpus, r = correlation coefficient) Factor Dialogue Act r p n … sensitive to the confidence level of the students and provided extra cognitive support for … Related articles All 4 versions

[PDF] from psu.edu [PDF] Utterance Selection for Speech Acts in a Cognitive Tourguide Scenario F Putze, T Schultz – Eleventh Annual Conference of the International …, 2010 – Citeseer … Therefore, we need to integrate components in our dialog systems that are able to explicitly model, predict, and cope with this imperfect … For most theories, implemented versions of the model or of variants are available in cognitive architectures like ACT-R [3] and … Cited by 3 Related articles All 7 versions

[PDF] from researchgate.net Cognitive Architectures and Autonomy: A Comparative Review KR Thórisson, HP Helgasson – Journal of Artificial General Intelligence, 2012 – Versita … Ng-Thow-Hing et al., 2009) and dialogue systems with human-like adaptive capabilities (cf. Jonsdottir & Thórisson, 2008). … As a predecessor to Soar, one of the best-known existing cognitive architectures, ACT-R is historically significant. … Related articles All 2 versions

[HTML] from nih.gov [HTML] A Cognitive Architecture for Simulating Bodies and Minds S Nirenburg, M McShane, S Beale… – AMIA Annual …, 2011 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov … cognitive architecture that stands out from well-known cognitive architectures – eg, ACT-R 2 , SOAR 14 , PRODIGY 4 (see the comparison table of 24 extant cognitive architectures at … processing than most others (the closest comparison is with the dialog systems of James … Related articles All 8 versions

[PDF] from wpi.edu Expanding the model-tracing architecture: A 3rd generation intelligent tutor for Algebra symbolization NT Heffernan, KR Koedinger, L Razzaq – International Journal of Artificial …, 2008 – IOS Press … Each tutor is constructed around a cognitive model of the problem-solving knowledge students are acquiring. The model reflects the ACT-R theory of skill knowledge (Anderson, 1993) in assuming that problem-solving skills can be modeled as a set of independent production … Cited by 29 Related articles All 20 versions

[PDF] from uni-bielefeld.de [PDF] The Curious Robot as a Case-Study for Comparing Dialog Systems J Peltason, B Wrede – AI Magazine, 2011 – aiweb.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de Page 1. The Curious Robot as a Case-Study for Comparing Dialog Systems Julia Peltason and Britta Wrede … Although the target scenario is kept extremely simple, it presents a number of typical challenges that dialog systems in robotics have to face. … View as HTML All 6 versions

[HTML] from isrn.com [HTML] A Modular System Oriented to the Design of Versatile Knowledge Bases for Chatbots G Pilato, A Augello, S Gaglio – ISRN Artificial Intelligence, 2012 – isrn.com … The simplest way to implement a conversational agent is to use chatbots [4], which are dialogue systems based on a pattern matching mechanism between user queries and a set of rules defined in their knowledge … As an example, ACT-R [8] is a hybrid cognitive system which … Related articles Cached All 4 versions

[PDF] from cmu.edu In vivo experiments on whether supporting metacognition in intelligent tutoring systems yields robust learning KR Koedinger, V Aleven, I Roll… – … of metacognition in …, 2009 – books.google.com … This software (as well as the Cognitive Tutors used in the studies reported in subsequent sections of this chapter) is based on the ACT-R theory of cognition and learning (Anderson & Lebière, 1998) as well as on a set of principles for the design of Cognitive Tutors (Koedinger & … Cited by 18 Related articles All 17 versions

Modeling the behavior of users who are confronted with security mechanisms S Möller, N Ben-Asher, KP Engelbrecht, R Englert… – Computers & …, 2011 – Elsevier … eg Cogtool ( [John and Salvucci, 2005] and [Teo and John, 2008]) for ACT-R. Still, such … risk, as there is little well-established knowledge about the underlying cognitive processes … The approach has proven successful for analyzing spoken dialog systems (Engelbrecht et al., 2009 … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

AI and Cognitive Science: The Past and Next 30 Years KD Forbus – Topics in Cognitive Science, 2010 – Wiley Online Library … Spoken dialogue systems are becoming ubiquitous for customer service and search on cell phones. … Only five papers (2%) involved cognitive architectures in 2008: Three used SOAR, one used ACT-R, and one used ICARUS. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

A Computational Model of Personality S Karimi, MR Kangavari – Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2012 – Elsevier … as in: virtual reality, computer game characters, agent secretaries, life-like characters, affective user interfaces, dialogue systems, intelligent tutoring … Integrated ACT (PIACT) In this section our proposed architecture, PIACT, an extension of the ACT-R Cognitive Architecture, is …

JAM: Java-based Associative Memory R Pröpper, F Putze, T Schultz – … its Integration in Spoken Dialogue Systems …, 2011 – Springer … A mod- eling of concept drift for dialog systems therefore requires a dynamic model of this information. … LTMC was developed as an enhanced long-term mem- ory for the cognitive architecture ACT-R. The ACT-R theory was developed by Anderson [1] as an integral … Related articles All 2 versions

Performance gains from speech-enhanced simulation in military flying training B Bell, S Billington, W Bennett Jr… – The Journal of …, 2010 – dms.sagepub.com … source architectures emerging from university research such as SOAR and ACT-R. Since research … approach to automated performance measurement is the use of sophisticated cognitive models functioning … of the RSU, IP, and other pilots, a speech dialog system that interprets … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Rule-Based Approach for Simulating Age-Related Usability Problems A Ruß, M Quade, M Kruppa, M Runge – Ambient Assisted Living, 2012 – Springer … 1 Windows, Icons, Menus, and Pointing devices (WIMP). 2 Speech Dialog Systems (SDS). … Cognitive architectures [25], eg ACT- R [2] and EPIC [18], allow creating more detailed and consistent models of human information processing, eg for uncovering cognitive load. … Related articles

[PDF] from uni-bielefeld.de TELIDA: a package for manipulation and visualization of timed linguistic data T Von Der Malsburg, T Baumann… – Proceedings of the …, 2009 – dl.acm.org … we use TELIDA to analyze and visualize the incremental output of several mod- ules of a spoken dialogue system we are … 3.3 Analysis of Cognitive Models In another project, we use TEDview to visualize the output of an ACT-R (Anderson et al., 2004) simulation of human … Cited by 5 Related articles All 16 versions

[PDF] from tu-berlin.de [PDF] Estimating Spoken Dialog System Quality with User Models KP Engelbrecht – 2011 – qu.tu-berlin.de … about Spoken Dialog Systems. Speech Communication, 52, pp. 816-833 (full article used in slightly modified version as Chapter 5, text passages used in the Introduction). Page 7. 7 ABBREVIATIONS ACT-R Adaptive Control of Thought-Rational (cognitive modeling framework) … Cited by 5 Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions

A Modular Architecture for Adaptive ChatBots G Pilato, A Augello, S Gaglio – Semantic Computing (ICSC), …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Some examples of such hybrid systems are ACT-R [2], CLARION [3], and OpenCog [4]. An interactive … B. Goertzel, “Opencogbot: Achieving generally intelligent virtual agent control and humanoid robotics via cognitive synergy,” in … 7] S. Larsson, “Dialogue systems: Simulations or … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

Alma: An adaptive learning models environment from texts and activities that improves students’ science comprehension A Gasparinatou, M Grigoriadou – Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2011 – Elsevier … Cognitive Science, 18 (1994), pp. … Historical Text Comprehension Reflective Tutorial Dialogue System. … When and Why Does Mastery Learning Work: Instructional Experiments with ACT-R “SimStudents”, Proceedings of 6th International Conference, ITS 2002, Spain, 355-366. … Cited by 2 Related articles

[PDF] from narotama.ac.id Structuring Human-Robot-Interaction in Tutoring Scenarios J Peltason, B Wrede – Towards Service Robots for Everyday Environments, 2012 – Springer … Julia Peltason · Britta Wrede Cognitive Interaction Technology Excellence Cluster, Bielefeld University, Germany e … action, when entered H.dialog-act / state name H.dialog-act / R.dialog-act … For the dialog system, they constrain the input interpretation by providing the required … Related articles All 5 versions

Interacting with Emotion and Memory Enabled Virtual Characters and Social Robots Z Kasap, N Magnenat-Thalmann – Modeling Machine Emotions for …, 2010 – Springer … SOAR and ACT-R are the two general purpose cognitive architectures that have declarative and … Press, Canary (2001) [7] Ortony, A., Clore, GL, Collins, A.: The Cognitive Structure of … J., Dybkjaer, L., Bernsen, N. (eds.) Advances in Natural, Multimodal Dialogue Systems, pp. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

[PDF] from bcs.org Evaluating user interface adaptations at runtime by simulating user interaction M Quade, G Lehmann, M Blumendorf… – Proceedings of the 25th …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … For example CogTool (John and Jastrzembski 2010) creates ACT-R sequences and interaction time predictions … during the evaluation process, eg reducing interaction steps and minimizing cognitive load. … Analysis of a New Simulation Approach to Dialogue System Evaluation. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from archives-ouvertes.fr Modeling Tutoring Knowledge J Bourdeau, M Grandbastien – Advances in Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2010 – Springer … The main theories that have been used as sources of tutoring knowledge are the following: Bloom’s Mastery Learning, Anderson’s Cognitive Theory – ACT-R- (Koedinger and Corbett 2006), Vigotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development (Luckin and duBoulay 1999), and Gagne’s … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

[PDF] from uam.es [PDF] Towards model-based runtime evaluation and adaptation of user interfaces M Quade, M Blumendorf, S Albayrak – Proceedings of International …, 2010 – hada.ii.uam.es … Therefore, cognitive architectures are often being used, eg GOMS [11] and ACT-R [12]. … In: ICCM2006Seventh International Conference on Cognitive Modeling. (2006) 14. … Engelbrecht, KP, Quade, M., Möller, S.: Analysis of a new simulation approach to dialog system evaluation. … Cited by 1 Related articles View as HTML

[PDF] from agi-conference.org [PDF] Bootstrap Dialog: A Conversational English Text Parsing and Generation System SL Reed – 2008 – agi-conference.org … 6) topic change tracking, (7) dialog-based response planning to provide the appropriate level of information, and (8) portability so that the dialog system can operate … Double R Grammar (DRG) (Ball 2007), previously implemented in the ACT-R cognitive architecture (Ball et al. … View as HTML All 10 versions

[PDF] from uni-bielefeld.de System Integration Supporting Evolutionary Development and Design TP Spexard, M Hanheide – Human Centered Robot Systems, 2009 – Springer … Speech Recogn. & Dialog System … 4. It can be compared to rule interpretors of production systems similar to ACT-R [1], but without general control connections to other system components. … In: International Conference on Cognitive Systems, Karlsruhe, Germany (2008) 13. … Related articles All 5 versions

[PDF] from tudelft.nl Foundations for modelling emotions in game characters: Modelling emotion effects on cognition E Hudlicka, J Broekens – … and Workshops, 2009. ACII 2009. 3rd …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Affective Dialogue Systems. In Proceedings of LNCS. 2004. … 357-366. 2007. [30] Belavkin, RV & Ritter, FE OPTIMIST: A new conflict resolution algorithm for ACT-R. 6th Intl. Conference on Cognitive Modeling, Pittsburgh, PA: LEA. 2004. … Cited by 4 Related articles All 5 versions

[PDF] from editlib.org Designing Personalized Educational Interactions Based on Learners’ Background Knowledge: the case of ADULT A Gasparinatou, G Tsaganou… – World Conference on …, 2009 – editlib.org … SimStudents, an integrated learner model for history and equation problem solving, uses an ACT-R based cognitive model (MacLaren & … ReTuDiS is a tutorial dialogue system for learner modeling text comprehension through personalized reflective dialogue (Grigoriadou … Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from dfki.de Call for Participation P Inferences, D Logics, A Reality, S Cities, S Traffic… – 2012 – Springer … the tutorial the participants will have the possibility for hands-on experience on ACT-R with an … with human reasoners (eg, in spatial knowledge pro- cessing) • Human-computer interaction and cognitive robotics (re … Dialog Systems that think along—do they really under- stand me … All 7 versions

[PDF] from dai-labor.de [PDF] Towards An Enhanced Semantic Approach For Automatic Usability Evaluation P Steinnökel, C Scheel, M Quade… – Proc. of the Computational …, 2011 – dai-labor.de … Basically the ACT-R code is generated by rules like “insert a think operator before every look … [2] C. Wharton, J. Rieman, C. Lewis, and P. Polson, “The cognitive walk- through … M. Quade, and S. Möller, “Analysis of a new simulation approach to dialog system evaluation,” Speech … Cited by 2 Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions

[PDF] from bham.ac.uk Self-understanding and self-extension: A systems and representational approach JL Wyatt, A Aydemir, M Brenner… – Autonomous Mental …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … true parallel processing sets it apart from architectures such as Soar [3] and ACT-R [4], which use unified representation schemes and mostly process information in a single thread. We argue that these additional properties of CAS are essential for progress in cognitive robotics. … Cited by 7 Related articles All 17 versions

[PDF] from fcla.edu [PDF] Using student mood and task performance to train classifier algorithms to select effective coaching strategies within Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) RA Sottilare – 2009 – purl.fcla.edu … actions (ie, matching user and application events against the task model). The student is permitted to consult task model as needed. This approach seems to be the most prevalent and tied closely to cognitive models like ACT-R … Cited by 1 Related articles View as HTML Library Search All 3 versions

[PDF] from cmu.edu The human-robot interaction operating system T Fong, C Kunz, LM Hiatt, M Bugajska – … of the 1st ACM SIGCHI/SIGART …, 2006 – dl.acm.org … We use the Java version of the ACT-R[3] cog- nitive architecture system, jACT-R … To resolve spatial ambiguities, the cognitive model is used to perform a “mental simulation” of the … In addition, the SR agent uses the Ariadne Spoken Dialog System, which is a domain independent … Cited by 42 Related articles All 28 versions

[PDF] from tue.nl [PDF] Simulation of Cognitive Processes for automated Usability Testing M Runge – 2008 – idemployee.id.tue.nl … emotion model from Ortony, Collins and Clore SDS ….. Speech Dialog System SIM ….. … ACT-R was developed by Anderson as well and belongs to the todays state of the art of cognitive process simulators ([9, 38, 31]). … Related articles View as HTML All 3 versions

Adaptive Environment Supporting Understanding and Learning from Texts in Informatics (ADULT) A Gasparinatou, G Tsaganou… – … , 2008. ICALT’08. …, 2008 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … SimStudents, an integrated learner model, for story and equation problem solving uses an ACT-R based cognitive model [8]. Other systems are … ReTuDiS is a tutorial dialogue system for learner modelling text comprehension through personalized reflective dialogue [12]. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 5 versions

[PDF] from inesc-id.pt [PDF] Graduiertenkolleg Prometei Franklinstraße 28-29 10587 Berlin S Schaffer – on Spoken Dialogue Systems’ 09, 2009 – inesc-id.pt … Therefore I am also in- terested in exploring rules and cognitive processes which impact multi … An additional verification of the findings can be provided through an ACT-R model that … seems to have only little impact on a further enhancement of the reliability of dialogue systems. … Related articles View as HTML All 3 versions

[PDF] from skemman.is [PDF] A Distributed Dialogue Architecture with Learning GR Jónsdóttir – 2008 – skemman.is … Concepts from reinforcement learning are intro- duced and earlier attempts at using learning in dialogue systems described. 2.1 Architectures … Cognitive architectures such as ACT-R (Anderson, 1983) and Soar (Laird & Rosenbloom, 1996) are the most common architectures … Cited by 1 Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions

[PDF] from warwick.ac.uk User models for adaptive hypermedia and adaptive educational systems P Brusilovsky, E Millán – The adaptive web, 2007 – Springer … Several knowledge-representation approaches, such as ACT-R [2], or propositional representation [100] allowed one to combine these two types together. … Research on these models has contributed to the development of the fields of cognitive modeling and ITS [194], but the … Cited by 315 Related articles BL Direct All 15 versions

How the Web helps people turn ideas into code J Brandt, PJ Guo, J Lewenstein… – No Code Required: …, 2010 – books.google.com … For programmers, what is the cognitive benefit of experimentation over reading? Results from cognitive modeling may shed light on this. Cox and Young developed two ACT-R models to simu- late a human learning the interface for a central heating unit (Cox & Young, 2000). … Related articles

[PDF] from nagoya-u.ac.jp [PDF] A Signal Processing Approach to the Analysis of Driver Behavior Under Critical Situations MLR Pereira – 2010 – sp.m.is.nagoya-u.ac.jp … 54 4.8 Discussion . . . . . 57 5 Evaluation of Driver Performance Metrics 60 5.1 Cognitive Load Imposed by In-Vehicle Speech Interfaces . . . . . 61 5.1.1 Results . . . . . 62 … Related articles View as HTML

[PDF] from vtt.fi [PDF] Applying computational semantics to the real-time communication of skill knowledge S Fox, P Ehlen, M Purver, E Bratt, M Frampton… – 2008 – vtt.fi … 52 Figure 23. Generic overview of spoken dialogue systems for music selection…..56 Figure 24. … Table 1. Types of skill. …. 10 Table 2. Cognitive, affective and psychomotor taxonomies. …. 20 … Cited by 1 Related articles View as HTML All 6 versions

[PDF] from psu.edu [PDF] Intelligent tutoring systems: Prospects for guided practice and efficient learning HC Lane – Whitepaper for the Army’s Science of Learning …, 2006 – Citeseer … Research in dialogue systems have begun to show promise in the context of intelligent tutoring, so this momentum should also continue. … Learning from human tutoring. Cognitive Science 25, 471-533. … Retrieved from http://act-r.psy.cmu.edu/papers/231/jaied97.pdf_2.pdf … Cited by 24 Related articles View as HTML All 6 versions

[PDF] from pitt.edu [PDF] Development of advanced dialog systems with PATE N Pfleger, J Schehl – Proceedings of the International Conference on …, 2006 – cs.pitt.edu … General Characteristics of PATE The general processing strategy is based on some ideas of the ACT- R 4.0 system … 4. SAMMIE – An In-Car Multimodal Dialog System … facilitate system interaction within the in-car scenario we modeled user expertise and a user’s cognitive load to … Cited by 11 Related articles All 7 versions

Mode and modal transfer effects on performance and discourse organization with an information retrieval dialogue system in natural language L Le Bigot, E Jamet, JF Rouet, V Amiel – Computers in human behavior, 2006 – Elsevier … spoken) and transfer mode on user performance and discourse organization during interaction with a natural language dialogue system. … The aim is to understand the cognitive processes mobilized in HCI situations, in particular by providing data enabling a comparison … Cited by 15 Related articles All 5 versions

[PDF] from upenn.edu The SAMMIE system: multimodal in-car dialogue T Becker, P Poller, J Schehl, N Blaylock… – Proceedings of the …, 2006 – dl.acm.org … It is based on some con- cepts of the ACT-R 4.0 system, in particular the goal-oriented … Many dialogue systems deployed today follow a state-based approach that explicitly models the full (finite) set of … user-info: : [ cognitive-load : cogLoadInfo user-expertise : expertiseInfo ] ? … Cited by 11 Related articles All 24 versions

[PDF] from uni-bielefeld.de Situated interaction with a virtual human perception, action, and cognition N Lefimann, S Kopp, I Wachsmuth – Situated Communication, 2006 – books.google.com … This architecture complies with design criteria that have been success- fully employed in other dialogue systems and embodied conversational agents (eg the STEVE system … Inspired by the ACT-R approach to connect perceptual with cognitive processing (Anderson … Cited by 26 Related articles BL Direct All 6 versions

[PDF] from uic.edu [PDF] Learning Tutorial Rules Using Classification Based On Associations X Lu, B Di Eugenio, S Ohlsson – FRONTIERS IN ARTIFICIAL …, 2007 – nlp.cs.uic.edu … Based on the ACT-R theory[4], production rules can be used to realize any cognitive skill. … [4]JR Anderson, CF Boyle, AT Corbett, and MW Lewis: Cognitive modeling and … Zhou: Building A New Student Model to Support Adaptive Tutoring in a Natural Language Dialogue System. … Cited by 2 Related articles View as HTML BL Direct All 11 versions

[PDF] from arseba.org Modeling social emotions and social attributions J Gratch, W Mao, S Marsella – Cognition and Multi-Agent …, 2006 – books.google.com … motives and intentions underlying human behavior (such as tutoring systems, dialog systems, mixed-initiative … modeled outside of the Soar architecture and loosely motivated by ACT-R, to identify … activation is based on two factors:(1) how recently cognitive structures associated … Cited by 31 Related articles All 20 versions

[PDF] from d-nb.info [PDF] An information-driven architecture for cognitive systems research S Wrede – 2008 – d-nb.info … On top of these cues, typically higher-level cognitive functions aggregating information are added, eg, a dialog system based on speech and gesture recog- nition in order to communicate in a natural way with human interaction partners [LWS06, SHS07]. … Cited by 12 Related articles View as HTML Library Search All 6 versions

Cross-Disciplinary Reflections: Philosophical Robotics A Sloman – Cognitive Systems, 2010 – Springer … research that is appropriate to a design-based science of cognitive systems, natural … architectural requirements, except in restricted ad hoc fashion, though the dialogue system (Chapter 8 … supposedly general architectural frame- work such as SOAR or ACT-R (both summarised … Related articles All 2 versions

Cross-Disciplinary Re?ections: Philosophical Robotics A Sloman – Cognitive Systems, 2010 – books.google.com … research that is appropriate to a design-based science of cognitive systems, natural … architectural requirements, except in restricted ad hoc fashion, though the dialogue system (Chapter 8 … supposedly general architectural frame- work such as SOAR or ACT-R (both summarised … Related articles

A Road Ahead for Adaptive Training Technology PJ Durlach – Adaptive Technologies for Training and Education, 2012 – books.google.com … isolation. Page 352. 334 durlach A student model can take into account mul- tiple student-system interactions in context, to build up a model of the student’s cur- rent cognitive model of the target training domain. Intelligent tutoring …

[PDF] from aminer.org [PDF] Natural and intuitive multimodal dialogue for in-car applications: The SAMMIE system T Becker, N Blaylock, C Gerstenberger… – FRONTIERS IN …, 2006 – pdf.aminer.org … In a multimodal dialogue system, the fission component is responsi- ble for realising the planned system response as determined by … (2) the user’s current cognitive load when … PATE is based on some concepts of the ACT-R 4.0 system [2]. Its main concepts, which PATE makes … Cited by 17 Related articles View as HTML BL Direct All 12 versions

[PDF] from mit.edu An embodied cognition approach to mindreading skills for socially intelligent robots C Breazeal, J Gray, M Berlin – The International Journal of Robotics …, 2009 – ijr.sagepub.com … and social robotics strives to endow robots with a variety of human- compatible social skills and socio-cognitive competencies. … based models, such as belief,desire, intentions (BDI) systems (Rao and Murray 1994), adaptive control of thought–rational (ACT-R) models (Emond … Cited by 16 Related articles All 3 versions

[BOOK] Building intelligent interactive tutors: Student-centered strategies for revolutionizing e-learning BP Woolf – 2008 – books.google.com … 75 3.5 Techniques to update student models ….. 79 3.5.1 Cognitive science techniques ….. … 109 4.3.3 Cognitive learning theory ….. 110 4.3.3.1 Basic principles of cognitive learning theories ….. … Cited by 155 Related articles Library Search All 11 versions

[PDF] from nps.edu Boot camp for cognitive systems: a model for preparing systems with machine learning for deployment DS Lange – 2007 – calhoun.nps.edu … Author(s) Lange, Douglas S. Title Boot camp for cognitive systems: a model for preparing systems with machine learning for deployment … BOOT CAMP FOR COGNITIVE SYSTEMS: A MODEL FOR PREPARING SYSTEMS WITH MACHINE LEARNING FOR DEPLOYMENT by … Cited by 4 Related articles Library Search All 3 versions

[PDF] from ed.ac.uk Context effects in language production: Models of syntactic priming in dialogue corpora D Reitter – 2008 – lac-repo-live7.is.ed.ac.uk … The empirical results are reflected in a cognitive model of syntactic realization in language production. The model assumes that language production is subject to the same principles and constraints as any other form of cognition and follows the ACT-R framework (Anderson et al … Cited by 18 Related articles All 6 versions

Neugestaltung der VDE-ITG-Richtlinie zur Bewertung von Kommunikationsendeinrichtungen S Möller, I Wechsung, S Schaffer… – ITG-Fachbericht- …, 2010 – vde-verlag.de … die Cog- nitive Complexity Theory (CCT) [13], Adaptive Control of Thought–Rational (ACT-R) [14], oder … The Cognitive Walkthrough: A Practitioner’s Guide, in: J. Nielsen and RL Mack (Hrsg … Usability Engineering for Spoken Dialogue Systems Via Statistical User Models, in: 1st Int … Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from psu.edu Peer-to-peer human-robot teaming through reconfigurable schemas F Tang, LE Parker – AAAI Spring Symposium on“To Boldly Go Where No …, 2006 – aaai.org … a dialogue system to facilitate the interaction; computational cognitive architectures that model humans to enhance the understanding … are several cognitive architectures that are widely used to model human behaviors and cognitive processes, such as ACT-R (Anderson & … Cited by 3 Related articles All 11 versions

[PDF] from uni-muenchen.de [PDF] Integrating usability models into pervasive application development P Holleis – 2009 – edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de … User models and their influences on user interface design play an important role in reaching the goals of this work. Therefore, existing cognitive and related user models are described in Chapter 3, User Models for UI Design. … Cited by 6 Related articles View as HTML Library Search All 5 versions

[PDF] from tiera.ru [BOOK] A Computational Model of Natural Language Communication: Interpretation, Inference, and Production in Database Semantics RR Hausser – 2006 – books.google.com … For example, when using the cognition of the talking robot for building an au- tomatic dialogue system used over the phone, there is no need for arti?cial vision, manipulation, or locomotion.5 Other … A complementary effort in cognitive psychology is the ACT-R theory by Ander … Cited by 32 Related articles Library Search All 33 versions

Human-Computer Interfaces to Multimedia Content a Review A Potamianos, M Perakakis – Multimodal Processing and Interaction, 2008 – Springer … are used in HCI, such as EPIC (Executive Process Interactive Control), and ACT-R/PM … Design rules are often supported by psychological, cognitive or ergonomic theory, areas that the … Consider for example a spoken dialogue system: the term “model” could refer to the modules … Cited by 2 Related articles

[TXT] from brocku.ca [BOOK] Design, development and assessment of the Java Intelligent Tutoring System ER Sykes – 2006 – dr.library.brocku.ca … 7 Feasibility 8 . Olltline ofRemainder ofthe Document 10 CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW 12 The Psychological Framework ofITS 12 Student-Teacher Perspectives 21 Current State ofDevelopment for Intelligent Tutoring Systems 24 ACT-R Cognitive Theory for … Cited by 1 Related articles Library Search All 4 versions

[PDF] from wpi.edu Developing a Cognitive Rule-Based Tutor for the ASSISTment System K Rasmussen – 2006 – wpi.edu … These models are typically based on a cognitive theory such as ACT-R [1] or SOAR [28], and realized by a production rule system. … Another conclusion of the ACT-R theory states that all cognitive skills are realized productions rules. … Related articles All 5 versions

Situated interaction with a virtual human—perception, action, and cognition Nadine Le?mann, Stefan Kopp, and Ipke Wachsmuth N Le?mann – Situated Communication, 2006 – books.google.com … This architecture complies with design criteria that have been success- fully employed in other dialogue systems and embodied conversational agents (eg the STEVE system … Inspired by the ACT-R approach to connect perceptual with cognitive processing (Anderson …

[PDF] from arxiv.org Scaling Construction Grammar up to Production Systems: the SCIM G Pitel – arXiv preprint cs/0611069, 2006 – arxiv.org … Applications for such a model are wide, from more integrated dialogue systems to a unified theory of … Beginnings of a language compre- hension module in ACT-R 5.0. … D. Do- erner, & H. Schaub (Eds.), In Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Model- ing … Related articles All 9 versions

[PDF] from upenn.edu [PDF] Scaling construction grammar up to production systems: the situated constructional interpretation model G Pitel – Scalable Natural Language Understanding, 2006 – acl.ldc.upenn.edu … Applications for such a model are wide, from more integrated dialogue systems to a unified theory of … Beginnings of a language compre- hension module in ACT-R 5.0. … D. Do- erner, & H. Schaub (Eds.), In Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Model- ing … Related articles View as HTML All 22 versions

[PDF] from i2home.org [PDF] D6. 1: Selection of Technical Components and System Specification J Besser, R Neßelrath, A Pfalzgraf, J Schehl, J Steigner… – 2007 – i2home.org … The target users in the scenario created by HI are people with mild to moderate cognitive disabilities caused by an acquired brain … The work-plan of the description of work (DoW) of I2HOME foresees for the first integrated demonstrator a multimodal dialogue system that only … Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions

[PDF] from uic.edu [PDF] Expert tutoring and natural language feedback in intelligent tutoring systems X Lu – 2007 – cs.uic.edu … 14 tutor planning. Cognitive scaffolding includes hints, previews, prompts. Motivational scaffold- ing provides students with various types of positive and negative feedback. … tutoring systems. Existing tutorial dialogue systems perform dialogue management in an ad hoc manner. … Cited by 8 Related articles View as HTML Library Search BL Direct All 8 versions

[PDF] from liu.se [PDF] 729G17 Språkteknologi och kognitionsvetenskap L Ahrenberg – 2012 – ida.liu.se … in Dialogue Systems. Proceedings of SIGdial (pp. 1-8) Page 14. … Page 22. Modeller för översättning ? ACT-R modell (efter Carl, 2011) … Too. Computational Linguistics, 201: 644-655. ? Michael Carl (forthc.) A computational cognitive model of human translation processes. … Related articles View as HTML All 4 versions

[PDF] from fcla.edu [PDF] Episodic Memory Model for Embodied Conversational Agents M Elvir – 2010 – etd.fcla.edu … type bots Page 24. 12 techniques, and 3) slow development of reasoning from natural language in dialog systems. From Wlodzislaw et al. (2006), we learn that the development of cognitive modules and human interface realism … Related articles View as HTML Library Search

[PDF] from dfki.de [PDF] Learning spatial organization through situated dialogue H Zender – Master’s Thesis, Saarland University, Dept. of …, 2006 – dfki.de … 13 2.3.1 Cognitive Systems and Architectures . . … that is addressed here combines issues from robotics— namely navigation, mapping, and robot control in general—as well as methods from computational linguistics—namely natural language dialogue systems and semantic … Cited by 6 Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions

[PDF] from ncsu.edu [BOOK] Early prediction of student goals and affect in narrative-centered learning environments S Lee – 2008 – books.google.com … Page 14. accessing to determine whether she needs assistance. READY considers resource limitations such as time pressure and cognitive load to infer users’ preferences. If the user requires information immediately, the system can infer her degree of time pressure. … Related articles Library Search All 7 versions

[PDF] from uni-saarland.de ActiveMath-generation and reuse of interactive exercises using domain reasoners and automated tutorial strategies G Goguadze – 2011 – scidok.sulb.uni-saarland.de … 30 2.3.5.3 CTAT – Cognitive Tutors Authoring Tools . . … The current practice is to build a new Tutoring System for each domain rather than building one generic system and then ”load” a domain into it, eg Cognitive Tutors [Anderson et al., 1995], [Murray, 2004]. … Cited by 2 Related articles

Regel-basierter Ansatz zur Simulation von Usabilityproblemen verursacht durch Altersdefizite A Ruß, M Quade, M Kruppa, M Runge – Technik für ein …, 2012 – vde-verlag.de … similar simulations, this tool does not require extensive knowledge in cognitive science. … Kognitive Architekturen wie ACT-R und EPIC erlauben zwar äußerst präzise Simulationen von explorativen … M., Möller, S.: Analysis of a new simulation approach to dialog system evaluati- on … Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from diva-portal.org The Virtual Language Teacher: Models and applications for language learning using embodied conversational agents P Wik – 2011 – diva-portal.org … not only in order to transform into a learner’s preferred gender, ethnicity, or age, but also to cater to conscious or subcons- cious preferences of cognitive load, type … Chapter 9 opens with an introduction to spoken dialogue systems and how they may be utilized for CALL purposes … Cited by 1 Related articles Library Search All 3 versions

[PDF] from diva-portal.org Human-robot interaction and mapping with a service robot: Human augmented mapping EA Topp – 2008 – gih.diva-portal.org … The work contributed to a large extent to the integrated EU-project “COGN- IRON – The Cognitive robot companion” 1 , in particular to the Key Experiment 1 – “The Home Tour”, that served as a demonstrator experiment to document the results achieved in the project’s research … Cited by 7 Related articles Library Search All 13 versions

[PDF] from ed.ac.uk Broad-coverage model of prediction in human sentence processing V Demberg-Winterfors – 2010 – lac-repo-live7.is.ed.ac.uk … of Surprisal and DLT. The proposed theory implements key cognitive concepts such as incrementality, full connectedness, and memory decay. … such as incrementality and prediction. Possible applications for such a system would be spoken dialogue systems, user … Cited by 9 Related articles All 5 versions

[PDF] from eurice.eu [PDF] D3. 2: Plan library for multimodal turn planning J Schehl, S Ericsson, C Gerstenberger, P Manchon – 2007 – talk-project.eurice.eu … user’s cognitive load, and others. To achieve such adaptive presentations, our work is based on a uniform model of context that is stored in the information state, the basis of the ISU approach. Overall, we follow the ISU approach in modularizing the tasks in a dialogue system by … Related articles View as HTML All 4 versions

[PDF] from cam.ac.uk [PDF] e Intelligent Book: technologies for intelligent and adaptive textbooks, focussing on Discrete Mathematics WH Billingsley – 2008 – cl.cam.ac.uk Page 1. Technical Report Number 719 Computer Laboratory UCAM-CL-TR-719 ISSN 1476-2986 The Intelligent Book: technologies for intelligent and adaptive textbooks, focussing on Discrete Mathematics William H. Billingsley June 2008 … Cited by 3 Related articles View as HTML All 6 versions

[PDF] from ihmc.us [PDF] D3. 1: Extended Information State Modeling I Kruijff-Korbayová, G Amores, N Blaylock, S Ericsson… – 2006 – ihmc.us … PATE is a general production-rule system loosely based on ACT-R, and was not designed … In general, discourse specific information in monomodal dialogue systems is mainly used to fulfill two major … reasons for a user to focus on a specific modality, eg, cognitive restrictions due … Cited by 5 Related articles All 11 versions

[PDF] from aclweb.org Computational modeling of human language acquisition A Alishahi – Synthesis Lectures on Human Language …, 2010 – morganclaypool.com … Spoken Dialogue Systems Kristiina Jokinen and Michael McTear 2009 … Many of the existing computational models attempt to study the complex task of learning a language under cognitive plausibility criteria (such as memory and processing limitations that humans face), and to … Related articles Library Search All 16 versions

[PDF] from diva-portal.org Initial steps toward human augmented mapping EA Topp – 2006 – kth.diva-portal.org … General approaches to cognitive models for learning processes such as ACT- R (Anderson and Lebiere, 1998) include also models for spatial reasoning. Direct use of ACT-R for the modelling of learning processes in robots has been reported recently, eg, by Trafton et al. … Cited by 4 Related articles Library Search All 8 versions

[PDF] from limsi.fr [PDF] Conception d’un langage de requêtes pour un agent conversationnel assistant F Bouchet – Master Report, 2006 – limsi.fr … Ainsi, la population actuelle d’utilisateurs novices doit faire face à des systèmes complexes, dotés d’une interface qui correspond de moins en moins à la représentation cognitive 1source : enquête INSEE, Mars 2005 2source : enquête INSEE, Mai 2006 … Cited by 3 Related articles View as HTML All 7 versions

[PDF] from psu.edu [PDF] ASyMTRe: Building coalitions for heterogeneous multi-robot teams F Tang – 2006 – Citeseer Page 1. To the Graduate Council: I am submitting herewith a dissertation written by Fang Tang entitled “ASyMTRe: Building Coalitions for Heterogeneous Multi-Robot Teams”. I have examined the final electronic copy of this … Cited by 2 Related articles View as HTML Library Search All 5 versions