Cognitive architecture
A cognitive architecture can refer to a theory about the structure of the human mind. Nobel Laureate Herb Simon, one of the founders of the field of artificial intelligence, stated that the 1960 th...
CLARION (cognitive architecture)
Connectionist Learning with Adaptive Rule Induction On-line (CLARION) is a cognitive architecture that has been used to simulate several tasks in cognitive psychology and social psychology, as well as...
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DUAL (cognitive architecture)
DUAL is a general cognitive architecture integrating the connectionist and symbolic approaches at the micro level. DUAL is based on decentralized representation and emergent computation. It was inspir...
ACT-R
ACT-R (pronounced act-ARE; short for "Adaptive Control of Thought—Rational") is a cognitive architecture mainly developed by John Robert Anderson at Carnegie Mellon University. Like any cognitive arc...
LIDA (cognitive architecture)
The LIDA (Learning Intelligent Distribution Agent) cognitive architecture is an integrated artificial cognitive system that attempts to model a broad spectrum of cognition in biological systems, from ...
Jerry Fodor on mental architecture
Jerry Fodor is notable for his important and influential ideas on a hypothesized "structure" of the mind or, what has often been called mental architecture.
Fodor maintains that Noam Chomsky’s cri...
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CHREST
CHREST (Chunk Hierarchy and REtrieval STructures) is a symbolic cognitive architecture based on the concepts of limited attention, limited short-term memories, and chunking. Learning, which is essent...
Modularity of mind
Modularity of mind is the notion that a mind may, at least in part, be composed of innate neural structures or modules which have distinct established evolutionarily developed functions. Somewhat diff...
4CAPS
4CAPS (Cortical Capacity-Constrained Concurrent Activation-based Production System) is a cognitive architecture developed by Marcel A. Just and Sashank Varma at Carnegie Mellon University. It is the ...
Parallel terraced scan
The parallel terraced scan is a multi-agent based search technique that is basic to cognitive architectures, such as Copycat, Letter-string, the Examiner, Tabletop, and others. It was developed by Joh...
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R-CAST
R-CAST is a group decision support system based on research on naturalistic decision making. Its architecture, based on multiple software agents, supports decision-making teams by anticipating informa...
SNePS
SNePS is a knowledge representation, reasoning, and acting (KRRA) system developed and maintained by Stuart C. Shapiro and colleagues at the State University of New York at Buffalo. SNePS is simultane...
Mibe architecture
MIBE architecture (Motivated Independent BEhavior) is a behavior-based robot architecture developed at Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Lab of Politecnico di Milano by Fabio La Daga and Andrea Bon...
Subsumption architecture
Subsumption architecture is a reactive robotic architecture heavily associated with behavior-based robotics. The term was introduced by Rodney Brooks and colleagues in 1986. Subsumption has been wid...
Psi-Theory
The Psi-Theory, developed by Dietrich Dörner at the University of Bamberg, is a systemic psychological theory covering human action regulation, intention selection and emotion. It models the human min...
Biologically inspired cognitive architectures
Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures (BICA) was a DARPA project administered by the Information Processing Technology Office (IPTO) which began in 2005 and is designed to create the next gene...
Universal Robotics
Universal Robotics, Inc. is a software engineering and robotics company headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. The company offers state-of-the-art artificial intelligence with multi-dimensional sensin...
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Copycat (software)
Copycat is a model of analogy making and human cognition based on the concept of the parallel terraced scan, developed in 1988 by Douglas Hofstadter, Melanie Mitchell, and others at the Center for Res...
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EPAM
EPAM (Elementary Perceiver and Memorizer) is a psychological theory of learning and memory implemented as a computer program. Originally designed by Herbert A. Simon and Edward Feigenbaum to simulate...
Source of activation confusion model
SAC (source of activation confusion) is a computational model of memory encoding and retrieval. It has been developed by Lynne M. Reder at Carnegie Mellon University. It shares many commonalities wit...
Comparison of cognitive architectures
The following table compares cognitive architectures.
Soar (cognitive architecture)
Soar is a cognitive architecture, created by John Laird, Allen Newell, and Paul Rosenbloom at Carnegie Mellon University, now maintained by John Laird's research group at the University of Michigan. I...
Trace (psycholinguistics)
TRACE is a connectionist model of speech perception, proposed by James McClelland and Jeffrey Elman in 1986. TRACE was made into a working computer program for running perceptual simulations. These s...
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FORR
FORR (FOr the Right Reasons) is a cognitive architecture for learning and problem solving inspired by Herbert A. Simon's ideas of bounded rationality and satisficing. It was first developed in the ear...
Reasoning system
In information technology a reasoning system is a software system that generates conclusions from available knowledge using logical techniques such as deduction and induction. Reasoning systems play a...
Cognitive module
A cognitive module is, in theories of the modularity of mind and the closely related society of mind theory, a specialised tool or sub-unit that can be used by other parts to resolve cognitive tasks. ...