22nd Annual ACT-R Workshop July 17th-19th
The Twenty-Second Annual ACT-R workshop will take place from Friday July 17 to Sunday July 19, 2015 at Carnegie Mellon University. As in past years, the workshop will consist of symposia, tutorial and talk sessions. Friday afternoon will feature a presentation by Ken Forbus.
Admission to the workshop is open to all. The early registration fee (before June 1) is $100 and the late registration fee (after June 1) is $125. To register for the workshop, on-campus housing, and parking permit during the workshop fill out the information on the registration site (requires a credit card to pay).
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Preliminary 2015 ACT-R Workshop Schedule Giant Eagle Auditorium, Baker Hall A51 Friday July 17th 9:00am John Anderson Stages of learning as revealed by ACT-R modeling of fMRI data Greg Trafton Embodied Gesture and Language Michael Martin Exploiting Cognitive Context in Autonomous Perception Christian Lebiere Structural Pattern Matching 10:40am break 10:50am Tony Harrison Scaling Up, Scaling Out, and Scaling Understanding Frank Ritter Comments on documenting models based on documenting an ACT-R compiler Dario Salvucci ACT-R as Embedded Code Niels Taatgen Mobile Models 12:30pm Lunch break 1:30pm Panel Discussion: Model-Task Interfacing: General, Scalable Protocols Dan Veksler, Ryan Hope, Tony Harrison, and Don Morrison 3:00pm break 3:30pm Invited Speaker Ken Forbus Towards Software Social Organisms: The Companion Architecture Friday evening Party at John and Lynne's House Saturday July 18th 9:00am Chris Dancy Using MindModeling to explore a parameter space and model the effects of circadian rhythms on cognition Michael Collins Comparing Predicted and Observed Trust Dynamics Within and Between Games of Strategic Interaction Lyle Long Modeling Emotion and Temperament on Cognitive Mobile Robots Alessandro Oltramari Understanding consumer experience with ACT-R 10:40am break 10:50am Rebecca Albrecht Memory Processing and the Visual Impedance Effect Mike Byrne Comparing vector-based and ACT-R memory models using large-scale datasets: User-customized hashtag and tag prediction on Twitter and StackOverflow Jung Aa Moon Modeling Science Inquiry Skills in an Interactive Simulation Task Matt Walsh Spacing effects across multiple re-learning sessions 12:30pm Lunch break 1:30pm Panel Discussion: Scaling Up Cognitive Modeling Christian Lebiere, John Anderson, Susan Chipman, Dario Salvucci, Niels Taatgen, and Greg Trafton 3:00pm break 3:30pm Tutorials and Demos Niels Taatgen PRIMs/ACTransfer tutorial Frank Tamborello ACT-Concurrently: Concurrency Work-Around for ACT-R Tony Harrison Model development within jACT-R Dan Veksler Standard Task-Actor Protocol: Less code to serve more types of models and human participants Sunday July 20th 9:00am Panel Discussion: Social-network behavior emerges from individuals: Scaling up cognitive representations, experimental infrastructure and cognitive technologies Coty Gonzalez, Christian Lebiere, Ion Juvina, and Alex Yahja 10:30am break 10:45am Dan Bothell Recent Updates to ACT-R Discussion: Future of ACT-R