The sciences of cognition: theory and research in psychology and artificial intelligence
Wagman presents a general, unified theory of artificial and human intelligence under which the nature of human reasoning, problem solving, analogical thinking, and scientific discovery is examined from theoretical, research and computational perspectives. The work analyzes foundational issues regarding the nature of intelligent systems and intelligence, and significant and current research in the area is discussed. This book will be of interest to scholars dealing with psychology, artificial intelligence and cognitive science.
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Ablex Publishing Corporation abstract ACME action analogical mapping applied approach artificial intelligence BACON.3 behavior Best mapping body bodyl chunking cognitive band cognitive psychology Cognitive Science concepts connectionist constraint satisfaction context decision deduction described domain Elio and Scharf episodic knowledge equations EUREKA example experimental focus of attention formal functions goal heuristics human impasse implementation inference rules information processing italics added Johannes Kepler Kepler Kepler's third law Kirsh knave knight knight-knave problems knights and knaves Laird learning logical implication long-term memory mathematical mechanisms metaphor Newell objects operator orbit P-MOP network parallel performance physics planetary possible pragmatic predictions problem representation problem solving problem spaces procedure propositions protocol Qin and Simon reasoning reductio ad absurdum relations represent retrieval Rips Rosenbloom schemas scientific discovery Section semantic SOAR's solution method structure subgoal successful subjects symbolic Table task theoretical terms theory of intelligence unified theory values variables Wagman