Cognitive Architecture & Virtual Humans 2012 (65x)


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Virtual Human Meta Guide


Towards a 50 msec cognitive cycle in a graphical architecture
PS Rosenbloom – … of the 11th international conference on …, 2012 – books.google.com
… Cognitive Systems Research, 12, 198-209. Rosenbloom, PS (2011b). Bridging dichotomies in cognitive architectures for virtual humans. Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Advances in Cognitive Systems. Rosenbloom, PS (2011c) …

A cognitive module in a decision-making architecture for agents in urban simulations
Q Reynaud, E De Sevin, JY Donnart… – … AAMAS Workshop on …, 2012 – Springer
… Müller, JP, Pischel, M.: The Agent Architecture InteRRaP: Concept and Application (1993) 33. Langley, P., Choi, D.: A unified cognitive architecture for physical agents … de Sevin, E.: An action selection architecture for autonomous virtual humans in persistent worlds (2006) 38 …

Integration of physical and cognitive human models to simulate driving with a secondary in-vehicle task
HJA Fuller, MP Reed, Y Liu – IEEE Transactions on Intelligent …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… REFERENCES [1] DD Salvucci, ER Boer, and A. Liu, “Toward an integrated model of driver behavior in a cognitive architecture,” Transp … [3] NI Badler, J. Allbeck, S.-J. Lee, RJ Rabbitz, TT Broderick, and KM Mulkern, “New behavioral paradigms for virtual human models,” Soc …

Designing Appropriate Feedback for Virtual Agents and Robots.
M Lohse, H van Welbergen – Position paper at RO-MAN 2012 …, 2012 – pub.uni-bielefeld.de
… AsapRealizer [4] was designed as a BML realizer that specifically satis- fies these requirements for behavior generation for virtual humans … Their cognitive architecture enables a robot to anticipate the actions it should take, given the task and user interaction history …

FlexMex: Flexible Multi-Expert Meta-Architecture for Virtual Agents
E De Sevin, Q Reynaud, V Corruble – Advances in Cognitive Systems …, 2012 – cogsys.org
… The other decision-making modeling approach is the cognitive trend. Two key cognitive architectures are SOAR (Laird, Newell, & Rosenbloom, 1987) and ACT-R (Anderson et al., 2004) … They are mainly responsible for the behavior complexity of virtual humans …

An operational model of joint attention-timing of gaze patterns in interactions between humans and a virtual human
N Pfeiffer-Lessmann, T Pfeiffer… – Proceedings of the 34th …, 2012 – pub.uni-bielefeld.de
… Yu, Schermerhorn, & Scheutz, 2012; Huang & Thomaz, 2011; Staudte & Crocker, 2011) and, on the other hand, of virtual humans (Peters, Asteri … robotic systems, the vir- tual agent has (more than) human-like reaction times and is controlled by a cognitive architecture which goes …

Agent-based virtual humans in co-space: An evaluative study
Y Kang, AH Tan, FFH Nah – Proceedings of the The 2012 IEEE/WIC …, 2012 – dl.acm.org
… More importantly, we have carried out a systematic ex- perimental study to assess whether the use of agents-based virtual humans can improve user experience … In terms of agent architectures, we wish to develop more complete cognitive architectures that incorporate emotion …

Cognitively motivated episodic memory for a virtual guide
F Rabe, I Wachsmuth – ICAART 2012-Proceedings of the 4th …, 2012 – pub.uni-bielefeld.de
… Springer. Leßmann, N., Kopp, S., and Wachsmuth, I. (2006). Situ- ated interaction with a virtual human – perception, ac- tion, and cognition … Springer. Nuxoll, AM and Laird, JE (2007). Extending cognitive architecture with episodic memory …

Does high-level behavior specification tool make production of virtual agent behaviors better?
J Gemrot, Z Hlávka, C Brom – … AAMAS Workshop on Cognitive Agents for …, 2012 – Springer
… performance of agents. These include the decision making modules of cognitive architectures, eg Soar and ACT-R [9, 10], stand-alone BDI-based lan- guages, eg GOAL [11], and reactive planners such as POSH [12]. It has …

Sorting out the virtual patient: how to exploit artificial intelligence, game technology and sound educational practices to create engaging role-playing simulations
TB Talbot, K Sagae, B John, AA Rizzo – International Journal of …, 2012 – igi-global.com
… Such approaches include case presentations, interactive pa- tient scenarios, virtual patient games, human standardized patients, high fidelity software simulations, high fidelity manikins and virtual human conversational agents … Virtual Human Conversational Agents …

A computer architecture for intelligent agents with personality and emotions
AFB Neto, FSC da Silva – Human-Computer Interaction: The Agency …, 2012 – Springer
… The ALMA Project [9] (Figure 1.c) is connected to the Virtual Human Project, whose aim is the development of a system for distance learning, in which users interact with synthetic characters in order to obtain instructive material …

A biologically-inspired affective model based on cognitive situational appraisal
F Shu, AH Tan – The 2012 International Joint Conference on …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Specifically, mod- eling of emotion could enrich virtual humans with lively facial expressions and behaviors, presenting motivated responses to their … architecture is easy to be applied in various virtual spaces, but difficult to be integrated with cognitive architecture and handle …

Semantic modeling of virtual environments using mascaret
P Chevaillier, TH Trinh, M Barange… – 2012 5th Workshop …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… 7) A subset of the entities of the VE are autonomous agents, namely virtual humans or animals … of their behaviors can be described as reactive systems (stimuli trigger responses); others, namely deliberative behaviors, can be simu- lated using cognitive architectures that process …

Towards developing automated assessment in virtual learning environments
A Fardinpour, H Dreher – IADIS International Conference on …, 2012 – papers.ssrn.com
… Hiatt, LM, Khemlani, SS, & Trafton, JG (2012). An explanatory reasoning framework for embodied agents. Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 1, 23–31 … doi:10.1016/j.cag.2005.10.004 Rickel, J, & Johnson, WL (1999). Virtual Humans for Team Training in Virtual Reality …

Exploring cognitive modelling in engineering usability design
X Li, M Gunal – Journal of Engineering Design, 2012 – Taylor & Francis
… ACT-R/PM 5.0 is the selected cognitive architecture in this study, which is implemented within the LISP programming language … Recent years have witnessed the effort to developing computational cognitive architectures towards a universal cognition framework (Newell 1990) …

A dual-process cognitive model for testing resilient control systems
J Blythe – 2012 5th International Symposium on Resilient …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… 47–78, 2000. [12] J. Rickel, S. Marsella, J. Gratch, R. Hill, D. Traum, and W. Swartout, “Toward a new generation of virtual humans for interactive … [27] J. Lin, M. Spraragen, J. Blythe, and M. Zyda, “Emocog: Computational integration of emotion and cognitive architecture,” in Proc …

Graphical models for integrated intelligent robot architectures
P Rosenbloom – 2012 AAAI Spring Symposium Series, 2012 – aaai.org
… Cognitive Systems Research 12: 198-209. Rosenbloom, PS 2011b. Bridging dichotomies in cognitive architectures for virtual humans. In Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Advances in Cognitive Systems. In press. Rosenbloom, PS 2011c …

A computational model of the allocentric and egocentric spatial memory by means of virtual agents, or how simple virtual agents can help to build complex …
C Brom, J Vyhnánek, J Lukavský, D Waller… – Cognitive Systems …, 2012 – Elsevier
… Similarly, it has been demonstrated that IVAs can be controlled by Soar (Laird, 2000) as well as ACT-R (Best & Lebiere, 2006) cognitive architectures and that ACT-R can be integrated with Leabra, a neural architecture, and implemented in an IVA (Jilk, Lebiere, O’Reilly, & …

Memory models for intelligent social companions
MY Lim – Human-Computer Interaction: The Agency Perspective, 2012 – Springer
… future actions. Nuxoll [76] attempts to create a task independent architecture of episodic mem- ory that can be used to support many different cognitive capabilities embedded in a general cognitive architecture, Soar [75]. Soar …

A computational model of personality
S Karimi, MR Kangavari – Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2012 – Elsevier
… It should be noted that comparison of existing cognitive architectures is a difficult and time-consuming task due … agents, cognitive agents, believable characters, autonomous agents, fictive characters, virtual characters, believable virtual characters, virtual humans, virtual agents …

Cognitive and affective modeling in intelligent virtual humans for training and tutoring applications
R Sottilare, J Hart – Advances in Applied Human Modeling and …, 2012 – books.google.com
… Nurturing virtual humans should be able to develop rapport with trainees which indicates a persistent trainee model that is maintained by the virtual human (or in its cognitive architecture or in a tutoring architecture) and used to demonstrate a history of “shared experiences” and …

Computational modelling of culture and affect
R Aylett, A Paiva – Emotion Review, 2012 – journals.sagepub.com
This article discusses work on implementing emotional and cultural models into synthetic graphical characters. An architecture, FAtiMA, implemented first in the…

Extending mental imagery in Sigma
PS Rosenbloom – International conference on artificial general …, 2012 – Springer
… IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 47, 498–519 (2001) 13. Rosenbloom, PS: Bridging dichotomies in cognitive architectures for virtual humans. In: AAAI Fall Symposium on Advances in Cognitive Systems (2011) 14. Rosenbloom …

An Operational Model of Joint Attention–Timing of the Initiate-Act in Interactions with a Virtual Human
N Pfeiffer-Leßmann, T Pfeiffer… – Proceedings of KogWis …, 2012 – books.google.com
… In our research, we use virtual humans to evalu- ate cognitive models, here, enabling them to engage in joint attention … joint attention covers four phases: initiate- act (1), respond-act (2), feedback phase (3), and focus-state (4). It is im- plemented in the cognitive architecture of our …

Can intelligence explode?
M Hutter – Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2012 – ingentaconnect.com
… A popular oxymoron is `virtual reality’ · virtual = software simulation in a computer. I drop the qualifier ‘virtual’ if this does not cause any confusion, eg when talking about a human in a vorld, I mean of course a virtual human. I …

Who are you? On the acquisition of information about people for an agent that remembers
N Mattar, I Wachsmuth – ICAART 2012-Proceedings of the 4th …, 2012 – pub.uni-bielefeld.de
… 4.1 Cognitive Architecture The cognitive architecture consists of a reactive and a deliberative perceive-reason-act part (figure 1 top) … Lessmann, N., Kopp, S., and Wachsmuth, I. (2006). Situ- ated interaction with a virtual human – perception, ac- tion, and cognition …

Towards improved user-product testing with cognitively enhanced scenarios
WF Van Der Vegte, NC Moes – ASME 2012 International Design …, 2012 – researchgate.net
… Most notably, cognitive architectures (CAs) such as ACT-R [9], EPIC [10], and SOAR [11], which have been developed by cognitive … knowledge collected in associated areas of science with the objective to increase the realism of simulations involving virtual human users – in …

AutoTutor
AC Graesser, S D’Mello, X Hu, Z Cai… – Applied natural …, 2012 – igi-global.com
Page 1. 169 Copyright © 2012, IGI Global. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of IGI Global is prohibited. Chapter 10 DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-741-8.ch010 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND …

Creativity in configuring affective agents for interactive storytelling
S Rank¹, S Hoffmann, HG Struck… – International …, 2012 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… 2002] Gratch, J.; Rickel, J.; André, E.; Cassell, J.; Petajan, E.; and Badler, N. 2002. Creating Interactive Virtual Humans: Some Assembly Required … [Marinier and Laird 2006] Marinier, III, RP, and Laird, JE 2006. A Cognitive Architecture Theory of Compre- hension and Appraisal …

Memory formation, consolidation, and forgetting in learning agents
B Subagdja, W Wang, AH Tan, YS Tan… – Proceedings of the 11th …, 2012 – dl.acm.org
Page 1. Memory Formation, Consolidation, and Forgetting in Learning Agents Budhitama Subagdja, Wenwen Wang, Ah-Hwee Tan School of Computer Engineering, Nanyang Technological University Nanyang Avenue, Singapore …

Modeling the influence of trust on work team performance
J Martínez-Miranda, J Pavón – Simulation, 2012 – journals.sagepub.com
… human behavior. Due to the computational- representational understanding of mind used in this field, it is not surprising that there are several artificial cognitive architectures that model different mental pro- cesses. Examples …

On the functional contributions of emotion mechanisms to (artificial) cognition and intelligence
S Thill, R Lowe – International Conference on Artificial General …, 2012 – Springer
… on Epigenetic Robotics (2009) Becker-Asano, C., Wachsmuth, I.: Affective computing with primary and secondary emotions in a virtual human … BioSystems 91, 401–408 (2008) Ziemke, T., Lowe, R.: On the role of emotion in embodied cognitive architectures: from organ- isms to …

An online gait adaptation with superbot in sloped terrains
T Han, N Ranasinghe, L Barrios… – 2012 IEEE International …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Intelligent cognitive systems such as Game Theory, SOAR, and Graphical Cognitive Architecture, have been researched and applied in various fields … simultaneous localization and mapping) with path planning of robots [6] and bridging dichotomie for a virtual human [8]. Here …

Bulk simulation of using information-intensive products and product-service systems: formal underpinnings
WF Van Der Vegte, I Horváth – Tools and Methods of …, 2012 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… In computer-game design, modeling tools such as Endorphin [10] allow scheduling of actions for virtual human characters interacting with virtual … A key element in their approach is the in- corporation of a cognitive architecture to predict hu- man cognitive-processing times …

Modeling the mind and the milieu: Computational modeling for micro-level organizational researchers
JB Vancouver, JM Weinhardt – Organizational Research …, 2012 – journals.sagepub.com
Theorists in management and organizational science rarely use computational modeling to support theoretical development or refinement, particularly at the micro…

Theoretical underpinning and prototype implementation of scenario bundle-based logical control for simulation of human–artifact interaction
WF van der Vegte, I Horváth – Computer-Aided Design, 2012 – Elsevier
… Consequently, the optimization-based techniques still require a human in the loop who directs the virtual human during simulation. In the act-r/dhm 1 project, Santos has been enhanced with a cognitive-architecture (ca) simulation to substitute the human in the loop [17] …

Mental imagery and mental representation–How to use biological data on technical platforms
C Frank, L Vogel, T Schack – Proceedings of the Workshop on Artificial …, 2012 – Citeseer
… only actual, overt “online” performance but also covert “offline” processes [8]. References 1. Schack, T.: The cognitive architecture of complex … Hu- man Kinetics, Champaign (2012) 7. Lessmann, N., Kopp, S., Wachsmuth, I.: Situated Interaction with a Virtual Human-Per- ception …

Deconstructing reinforcement learning in Sigma
PS Rosenbloom – International Conference on Artificial General …, 2012 – Springer
… MIT Press, Cambridge (2009) 8. Rosenbloom, PS: Bridging dichotomies in cognitive architectures for virtual humans. In: AAAI Fall Symposium on Advances in Cognitive Systems (2011) 9. Newell, A.: Unified Theories of Cognition …

Emotion-directed argument awareness for autonomous agent reasoning
DC Martinez, GR Simari – Inteligencia Artificial. Revista …, 2012 – redalyc.org
Page 1. Inteligencia Artificial. Revista Iberoamericana de Inteligencia Artificial ISSN: 1137-3601 revista@aepia.org Asociación Española para la Inteligencia Artificial España Fulladoza Dalibon, SE; Martinez, DC; Simari, GR …

Intelligent agents with personality: From adjectives to behavioral schemes
F Bouchet, JP Sansonnet – Cognitively Informed Intelligent Interfaces …, 2012 – igi-global.com
… agents are a promising interface between humans and computers, but to be acceptable as the virtual humans they pretend to be … focuses on the separation between declarative and procedural representations (actually, the list of existing cognitive architectures is large: CHREST …

Developing Culture-Adaptive Competency through Experiences with Expressive Avatars
DS Silverglate, EM Sims, G Glover, H Friedman – 2012 – ntrs.nasa.gov
… shown in Figure 4, PnPCA integrates the physically expressive virtual human role players with a cognitive/affective model of the characters’ behavior, as influenced by cultural values. As described in [9], we have used Soar Technology’s Cultural Cognitive Architecture (CCA) to …

An emotional model for a virtual recruiter in the context of hiring interview simulation
H Jones, N Sabouret, MS Gondré – WACAI 2012, Workshop Affect …, 2012 – hal.inria.fr
… Section 2 presents existing cognitive architectures in Af- fective Computing related to our goal and gives the motivation of our work … Several models have been proposed in the do- main of affective computing3 to build credible virtual human based on cognitive models of …

A reranking approach for recognition and classification of speech input in conversational dialogue systems
F Morbini, K Audhkhasi, R Artstein… – 2012 IEEE Spoken …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Although more sophisticated al- ternatives exist, eg to achieve incremental processing [1] or to support sophisticated cognitive architectures [2], the sim … conversational systems, such as virtual human dialogue sys- tems [5, 2]. In many virtual human systems, speech recogni- tion …

A Flexible Multi-Expert Meta-Architecture for Virtual Agents
E De Sevin, Q Reynaud… – … Compagnons Artificiels et …, 2012 – hal.archives-ouvertes.fr
… Memphis, USA. de Sevin, E., & Thalmann, D. (2005). A motivational model of action selection for virtual humans. Computer Graphics International (Vol. 2005, pp. 213–220). Duch, W., Oentaryo, RJ, & Pasquier, M. (2008). Cognitive Architectures: Where do we go from here …

Accelerating the Evolution of Cognitive Architectures
K Gluck – 2012 – apps.dtic.mil
… Cognitive Systems Research, 12(2), 198-209. Rosenbloom, PS (2011b). Bridging dichotomies in cognitive architectures for virtual humans. Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Advances in Cognitive Systems. Rosenbloom, PS (2011c) …

Characteristics of Virtual Humans with Limited Perception-Based Mapping in Coping with Contingent Situations
C Han, W Kim, RW Hill – Advanced Science Letters, 2012 – ingentaconnect.com
… On the other hand, virtual human researchers have as their ultimate goal making the virtual humans they build (‘agents’ … Notes 1. BJ Best, C. Lebiere, and KC Scarpinatto, Modeling synthetic opponents in MOUT training simulations using the ACT-R cognitive Architecture, Proc …

A Theoretical Cognitive Construct of a 3D Embodied Agent: VAL, the Virtual Autonomous Learner
LL Lazerman – 2012 – spectrum.library.concordia.ca
… Key features of VAL’s construct are described and discussed throughout this thesis, including the accommodation of different cognitive architectures, the development … slate” to refer to the default configuration of the virtual agent’s cognitive architecture. Page 14. 8 …

A brain-inspired computational model of emotion and attention interaction
SD Barriga, LF Rodríguez, F Ramos… – … Conference on Brain …, 2012 – Springer
… The implementation of the model in the cognitive architecture of an intelligent system demonstrated its relevance to applications in areas of … 34(4), 210–224 (2011) 2. Becker-Asano, C., Wachsmuth, I.: Affective computing with primary and secondary emotions in a virtual human …

Creativity in Configuring Affective Agents
S Rank, S Hoffmann, H Struck, U Spierling, P Petta – 2012 – Citeseer
… 2002] Gratch, J.; Rickel, J.; André, E.; Cassell, J.; Petajan, E.; and Badler, N. 2002. Creating Interactive Virtual Humans: Some Assembly Required … [Marinier and Laird 2006] Marinier, III, RP, and Laird, JE 2006. A Cognitive Architecture Theory of Compre- hension and Appraisal …

Multimodal interaction semantic architecture for ambient intelligence
S Dourlens – 2012 – tel.archives-ouvertes.fr
Page 1. HAL Id: tel-01832724 https://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-01832724 Submitted on 8 Jul 2018 HAL is a multi-disciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of sci- entific research documents, whether they are pub- lished or not …

Simulation based learning of operator-environment interactions for dynamic crowd monitoring by means of a Bayesian Dynamical Switching Model
S Chiappino, P Morerio, L Marcenaro, CS Regazzoni – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… under the name of Cognitive Dynamic Systems. In this work, the applications of a cognitive architecture, motivated by the work of Damasio [5] and based on the JDL model [6], are described. In a video surveillance scenario, the …

Generating context-sensitive ECA responses to user barge-in interruptions
N Crook, D Field, C Smith, S Harding, S Pulman… – Journal on Multimodal …, 2012 – Springer
… prototype and presented here was inspired by cognitive architectures such as Rodney Brooks’ subsumption architecture [20, 21] in line with the forward … In [23] the design of an interactive Virtual Human (VH) is presented that seeks to combine conversational speech with gestures …

Computational models of social and emotional turn-taking for embodied conversational agents: a review
R op den Akker, M Bruijnes – COMMIT deliverable, 2012 – ris.utwente.nl
… On the other hand computational models for virtual humans that are based on a functional theory of social emotion do not contain explicit rules on how social emotions affect turn-taking behavior or how the emotional state of the agent is affected by turn-taking behavior of its …

AutoTutor and affective AutoTutor: Learning by talking with cognitively and emotionally intelligent computers that talk back
S D’mello, A Graesser – ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent …, 2012 – dl.acm.org
Page 1. 23 AutoTutor and Affective AutoTutor: Learning by Talking with Cognitively and Emotionally Intelligent Computers that Talk Back SIDNEY D’MELLO, University of Notre Dame ART GRAESSER, University of Memphis …

A Reranking Approach For Recognition And Classification Of Speech Input In Conversational Dialogue Systems
FMKAR Artstein, MVSK Sagae – ict.usc.edu
… Although more sophisticated al- ternatives exist, eg to achieve incremental processing [1] or to support sophisticated cognitive architectures [2], the sim … conversational systems, such as virtual human dialogue sys- tems [5, 2]. In many virtual human systems, speech recogni- tion …

Ontological Representation of Light Wave Camera Data to Support Vision-Based AmI
MA Serrano, J Gómez-Romero, MA Patricio, J García… – Sensors, 2012 – mdpi.com
… of first-order logic. The idea of employing a part-based layer to support the statements of the scene object abstraction level in a cognitive architecture has been previously suggested by Pinz et al. [12]. Our proposal goes further …

Accessible and Assistive ICT
K Van Isacker, M Goranova-Valkova – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… In the context of cognitive modelling, SOAR [Rosenbloom 1993] offers a general cognitive architecture for developing systems that exhibit intelligent behavior. It defines a single framework for all tasks, a mechanism for generating goals and a learning mechanism …

What’s next: recruitment of a grounded predictive body model for planning a robot’s actions
M Schilling, H Cruse – Frontiers in psychology, 2012 – frontiersin.org
Even comparatively simple, reactive systems are able to control complex motor tasks, such as hexapod walking on unpredictable substrate. The capability of such a controller can be improved by introducing internal models of the body and of parts of the environment. Such internal …

Augmented Conversation and Cognitive Apprenticeship Metamodel Based Intelligent Learning Activity Builder System
A Adenowo – 2012 – dora.dmu.ac.uk
Page 1. ©Adetokunbo Adenowo (2012) Page i AUGMENTED CONVERSATION AND COGNITIVE APPRENTICESHIP METAMODEL BASED INTELLIGENT LEARNING ACTIVITY BUILDER SYSTEM THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF …

On computing: The fourth great scientific domain
PS Rosenbloom – 2012 – books.google.com
… However, it also plays a role in software engineering—in the form of software architecture—and in cognitive science, where cognitive architectures model the fixed structure underlying intelligent behavior … In my case, it was the understanding of cognitive architecture …

Physics-, social-, and capability-based reasoning for robotic manipulation
KJ Williams – 2012 – dspace.mit.edu
… Figure 2-1: RiD1 System Architecture Overview. The codebase used throughout this research is R1D1, a java-based cognitive architecture used for designing synthetic brains for virtual and physical creatures in complex environments [17]. R1D1 allows creatures to …

Game world implementation of Artificial Recognition System model
E Ortuño Torra – 2012 – upcommons.upc.edu
… Although the use of BDI agents for behaviour modelling of virtual humans in games, in some appli- cation use of communication … developed by John Laird, Paul Rosenbloom, and Allen Newell 1986 in Michigan University, providing a general cognitive architecture for developing …

Moral Cognition & Theory Of Mind
M Guarini, P Bello – frontiersinai.com
… But would the AMA pick out the morally significant scenario? How would it discern the salient from the insignificant information? What cognitive architecture would be required to alert the AMA that this is an event that requires its attention and action …

ARO in Review 2012
DJ Kiserow, KO Kizer – 2012 – apps.dtic.mil
Page 1. 2012 ARO IN REVIEW US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) US Army Research Office (ARO) PO Box 12211 Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2211 Page 2. Report Documentation Page Form Approved OMB No. 0704-0188 …

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