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Modeling paradigms in ACT-R

journal contribution
posted on 01.05.2008, 00:00 by Niels Taatgen, Christian LebiereChristian Lebiere, John R. Anderson

In his book "Untitled Theories of Cognition," Newell (1990) called upon researchers to formulate general theories of cognition in the form of cognitive architectures. A cognitive architecture is a computational modeling platform for cognitive tasks. An architecture should offer representational formats together with reasoning and learning mechanisms to facilitate modeling.




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