Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2011

Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2011: Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting of the BICA Society .. BICA @BICASociety

Conference Papers and Extended Abstracts

Kamilla R. Johannsdottir, Alexei V. Samsonovich:
Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures: One More Step Forward. 3-8

Tsvi Achler, Luís M. A. Bettencourt:
Evaluating the Contribution of Top-Down Feedback and Post-Learning Reconstruction. 9-15

Azizi Ab Aziz, Michel C. A. Klein:
Computational Modeling of Therapies related to Cognitive Vulnerability and Coping. 16-25

Giuseppe Balistreri, Shuichi Nishio, Rosario Sorbello, Antonio Chella, Hiroshi Ishiguro:
Natural Human Robot Meta-communication through the Integration of Android’s Sensors with Environment Embedded Sensors. 26-37

Paul Biancaniello, David Rosenbluth, Tom Szumowski, John Darvill, Nick Hinnerschitz, John Hummel, Stefan Mihalas:
Towards a Biologically-Inspired Model for Relational Mapping Using Spiking Neurons. 38-43

Mihai Boicu:
Rapid Prototyping of a Cognitive System for Pediatric Telephone Triage Tutoring. 44-49

Suhas E. Chelian, Rajan Bhattacharyya, Randall C. O’Reilly:
Learning categories with invariances in a neural network model of prefrontal cortex. 50-55

Antonio Chella, Riccardo Manzotti:
Towards externalist robotics. 56

Antonio Chella, Rosario Sorbello, Giovanni Pilato, Giuseppe Balistreri, Salvatore Maria Anzalone, Marcello Giardina:
An Innovative Mobile Phone Based System For Humanoid Robot Expressing Emotions And Personality. 57-63

Junda Chen, Abram Demski, Teawon Han, Louis-Philippe Morency, David V. Pynadath, Nicole Rafidi, Paul S. Rosenbloom:
Fusing Symbolic and Decision-Theoretic Problem Solving + Perception in a Graphical Cognitive Architecture. 64-72

Christopher I. Connolly, Richard Rohwer, Zhiqiang Wang:
From Biology to Inspiration and Back: Is the Pallidal Complex a Reservoir? 73-78

L. Andrew Coward, Tamás O. Gedeon:
Architectures of Complex Learning Systems. 79-87

Alan Diamond, Owen Holland, Hugo Gravato Marques:
The role of the predicted present in artificial and natural cognitive systems. 88-95

Keith L. Downing:
Evolving Neural Networks for Artificial Intelligence. 96-102

Witali L. Dunin-Barkowski:
Data Formats in Multineuronal Systems and Brain Reverse Engineering. 103

Scott E. Fahlman:
Parallel and Serial Components in Human-Like Intelligence. 104-109

Mark A. Finlayson, Patrick Henry Winston:
Narrative is a Key Cognitive Competency. 110

Mary D. Freiman, Jerry T. Ball: Automatic Verb Valency Pattern Recognition. 111
Salvatore Gaglio, Ignazio Infantino, Giovanni Pilato, Riccardo Rizzo, Filippo Vella:
Vision and emotional flow in a cognitive architecture for human-machine interaction. 112-117

Salvatore Gaglio, Giuseppe Lo Re, Marco Ortolani:
Cognitive Meta-learning of Syntactically Inferred Concepts. 118-123

Ben Goertzel, Joel Pitt, Zhenhua Cai, Jared Wigmore, Deheng Huang, Nil Geisweiller, Ruiting Lian, Gino Yu:
Integrative General Intelligence for Controlling Game AI in a Minecraft-Like Environment. 124-129

Brian Harrington:
ASKNet: Leveraging Bio-Cognitive Models in Natural Language Processing. 130-131

Seth A. Herd, Geoffrey Urland, Brian Mingus, Randall C. O’Reilly:
Human-artificial-intelligence hybrid learning systems. 132-137

Owen Holland, Alan Diamond, Bhargav Mitra, David Devereux:
The What, Why and How of the BI in BICA. 138-145

Ian Horswill, Christine L. Lisetti:
On the Simulation of Human Frailty. 146-150

Michael D. Howard, Rajan Bhattacharyya, Randall C. O’Reilly, Giorgio A. Ascoli, Jean-Marc Fellous:
Adaptive Recall in Hippocampus. 151-157

HyunRyong Jung, Arjun Menon, Ronald C. Arkin:
A Conceptual Space Architecture for Widely Heterogeneous Robotic Systems. 158-167

Ion Juvina, James A. Grange, Christian Lebiere:
From Repetition Suppression in Stroop to Backward Inhibition in Task Switching: An Example of Model Reusability. 168-173

Thomas P. Karnowski, Itamar Arel, Steven Young:
Modeling Temporal Dynamics with Function Approximation in Deep Spatio-Temporal Inference Network. 174-179

Kazuki Katayama, Jun’ichi Takeno:
Conscious expectation system. 180-187

William G. Kennedy:
The Roots of Trust: Cognition Beyond Rational. 188-193

Muneo Kitajima, Makoto Toyota:
Four Processing Modes of in situ Human Behavior. 194-199

Harold E. Klein:
SPIRE – A BICA-Emulated Strategic Decision Support System. 200-202

Paul Kogut, June Gordon, David Morgenthaler, John Hummel, Edward Monroe, Ben Goertzel, Ethan Trewhitt, Elizabeth T. Whitaker:
Recognizing Geospatial Patterns with Biologically-inspired Relational Reasoning. 203-208

Jeffrey L. Krichmar, Hiroaki Wagatsuma:
Neuromorphic and Brain-Based Robots. 209-214

Kyohei Kushiro, Jun’ichi Takeno:
Development of a robot that cognizes and learns unknown events. 215-221

Yariv Z. Levy, Dino Levy, Jerrold S. Meyer:
Computational Hypothesis for Maturing Out of Addiction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Techniques. 222-231

Riccardo Manzotti, Luca Papi, Cristina Amoretti, Soo-Young Lee:
Does radical externalism suggest how to implement machine consciousness? 232-240

Dennis K. McBride:
Anthropological, Socio-Biological Framework as Master Architect of Human Cognitive Architectures. 241

Brandon S. Minnery:
IARPA’s ICArUS Program: Brain-Inspired Cognitive Models for Intelligence Analysis. 242

Derek Monner, James A. Reggia:
Towards a Biologically Inspired Question-Answering Neural Architecture. 243-248

Sebastien Naze, Jan Treur:
A Computational Agent Model for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders. 249-261

David C. Noelle:
Interacting Complementary Learning Systems in Brains and Machines. 262

Rony Novianto, Mary-Anne Williams:
Innate and Learned Emotion Network. 263-268

Charles C. Peck, James Kozloski:
The Computational Basis of Emotions and Implications for Cognitive Architectures. 269-281

Nicole Pennington, Benjamin Goodrich, Itamar Arel:
Contrasting Infant Perception Data with a Reinforcement Learning Visual Search Model. 282-287

Leonid I. Perlovsky, Roman Ilin:
Neurally and Mathematically Motivated Architecture for Language and Cognition. 288

James K. Peterson:
Small Brain Model Architectures. 289-294

Art Pope, Chris Long, Diane Bramsen:
Physics-Based Simulation in the CASTLE Environment. 295

Vladimir Red’ko, Anton Koval:
Evolutionary Approach to Investigations of Cognitive Systems. 296-301

Mark Reimers:
Genetic Construction of a Heterogeneous Network Controlling a Simple Simulated Autonomous Robot With Learning. 302

Frank E. Ritter, Chris Dancy, Keith Berry:
The Case for Including Physiology in Cognitive Modeling. 303

Paul Robertson, Robert Laddaga:
Learning to Find Structure in a Complex World. 304

Brandon Rohrer:
Biologically inspired feature creation for multi-sensory perception. 305-313

Paul S. Rosenbloom:
Mental Imagery in a Graphical Cognitive Architecture. 314-323

Pier Giuseppe Rossi, Simone Carletti, Maria Antonietta Impedovo:
Learning and Self-Regulation through Integrated Agent-Based System. 324-328

Fredrick H. Rothganger, Christina Warrender, Ann Speed, Brandon Rohrer, Asmeret Bier, Derek Trumbo:
Connecting Cognitive and Neural Models. 329-330

Matthew Rutledge-Taylor, Christian Lebiere, Yury Vinokurov, James Staszewski, John R. Anderson:
Bridging the gap: A neurally plausible functional model of sensemaking. 331-340

Alexei V. Samsonovich:
Measuring the Critical Mass of a Universal Learner. 341

Riccardo Sanz, Guadalupe Sanches:
A Model of Emotion as Patterned Metacontrol. 342

Murray P. Shanahan:
Serial from Parallel, Unity from Multiplicity: What Emerges from Global Workspace Architecture. 343

Josefina Sierra-Santibáñez:
First Order Logic Concepts in Fluid Construction Grammar. 344-350

Javier Snaider, Stan Franklin:
Extended Sparse Distributed Memory. 351-357

Terrence C. Stewart, Chris Eliasmith:
Neural Planning and Reasoning Using the Synaptic Connections of the Basal Ganglia and Thalamus. 358-363

David J. Stracuzzi:
A Plausible Logic Inference Engine. 364

Eugene J. Surowitz:
Analytic General Intelligence: Constructing Space+Time for the Lowen Model. 365-370

Jared Sylvester, James A. Reggia, Scott A. Weems:
Cognitive control as a gated cortical net. 371-376

Jun’ichi Takeno:
MoNAD structure and the self-awareness. 377-382

Mohamad Tarifi, Meera Sitharam, Jeffery Ho:
Learning Hierarchical Sparse Representations using Iterative Dictionary Learning and Dimension Reduction. 383-388

Jan Treur:
A Computational Agent Model Using Internal Simulation to Generate Emotional Dream Episodes. 389-399

Jan Treur:
Physiological Model-Based Decision Making on Distribution of Effort over Time. 400-408

Ronald Uscinski, Dennis K. McBride, Jessica Uscinski:
Novel Heat Exchange Role of Falx-Tentorium as Vital Constraint on Neurocognitive Architectures. 409

Vladislav Daniel Veksler:
Second Life Foraging: An Ecologically-Inspired Task to Drive Biologically-Inspired Cognitive Architectures. 410-411

David Vernon:
Reconciling Autonomy with Utility: A Roadmap and Architecture for Cognitive Development. 412-418

Craig M. Vineyard, Stephen J. Verzi, Michael L. Bernard, Thomas P. Caudell:
A Multimodal Hypertensor Architecture for Association Formation. 419-424

Evgenii Vityaev, Alexander V. Demin:
Recursive Subgoals Discovery Based on the Functional Systems Theory. 425-430

Benjamin Walker, Dustin Dalen, Zachary Faltersack, Andrew Nuxoll:
Extracting Episodic Memory Feature Relevance Without Domain Knowledge. 431-437

Mark Waser:
Architectural Requirements & Implications of Consciousness, Self, and “Free Will”. 438-443

Roseli S. Wedemann, Luís Alfredo V. de Carvalho, Raul Donangelo:
Access to Symbolization and Associativity Mechanisms in a Model of Conscious and Unconscious Processes. 444-449


Antonio Chella, Christian Lebiere, David C. Noelle, Alexei V. Samsonovich:
On a Roadmap to Biologically Inspired Cognitive Agents. 453-460

Reviews and Late-Breaking Materials

Michael Q. Kalish, Alexei V. Samsonovich:
VideoPanels Experience: From BICA Challenge to Metacognition. 463-467

Konstantin V. Anokhin:
Towards Cognitively Informed Models of Memory Storage, Retrieval and Processing in the Nervous System. 468

Alexei V. Samsonovich:
Comparative Analysis of Implemented Cognitive Architectures. 469-479