Bridging dichotomies in cognitive architectures for virtual humans (bibtex)
by Rosenbloom, Paul
Abstract:
Desiderata for cognitive architectures that are to support the extent of human-level intelligence required in virtual humans imply the need to bridge a range of dichotomies faced by such architectures. The focus here is first on two general approaches to building such bridges – addition and reduction – and then on a pair of general tools – graphical models and piecewise continuous functions – that exploit the second approach towards developing such an architecture. Evaluation is in terms of the architecture's demonstrated ability and future potential for bridging the dichotomies.
Reference:
Bridging dichotomies in cognitive architectures for virtual humans (Rosenbloom, Paul), In Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Advances in Cognitive Systems, 2011.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{rosenbloom_bridging_2011,
	address = {Arlington, VA},
	title = {Bridging dichotomies in cognitive architectures for virtual humans},
	url = {http://www.ict.usc.edu/pubs/Bridging%20Dichotomies%20in%20Cognitive%20Architectures%20for%20Virtual%20Humans.pdf},
	abstract = {Desiderata for cognitive architectures that are to support the extent of human-level intelligence required in virtual humans imply the need to bridge a range of dichotomies faced by such architectures. The focus here is first on two general approaches to building such bridges – addition and reduction – and then on a pair of general tools – graphical models and piecewise continuous functions – that exploit the second approach towards developing such an architecture. Evaluation is in terms of the architecture's demonstrated ability and future potential for bridging the dichotomies.},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the {AAAI} {Fall} {Symposium} on {Advances} in {Cognitive} {Systems}},
	author = {Rosenbloom, Paul},
	month = nov,
	year = {2011},
	keywords = {CogArch, Cognitive Architecture, Virtual Humans}
}
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