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Ninth Annual Workshop and Summer School


(L to R) Hedderk van Rijn, Raluc Buidu, Magdalena Bugaska, Niels Taatgen, Gwendolyn Campbell, Christian Lebiere, John Anderson, Daniel Carruth, Dan Bothell, Hansjoerg Neth, Susan Chipman, Tim Nokes, Laurel Allender, Marios Avraamides, Jerry Ball, Stephanie Lackey

2002 ACT-R Workshop Schedule

Friday August 2

8:30 AM Talk Session 1

John Anderson, Yulin Qin, Myeong-Ho Sohn, Andy Stenger and Cam Carter

Symbol Fun: ACT-R�s brain changes with practice

Stefani Nellen

The take the best heuristic and ACT-R

Timothy J. Nokes, Stellan Ohlsson and Andrew Corrigan-Halpern

Learning by analogy vs learning by instruction: Same knowledge, different representations

Greg Trafton

Playing hide and seek without perspective-taking:A learning model

10:30 AM Talk Session 2

John Anderson, Dan Bothell, Scott Douglass, Craig Haimson and Myeong-Ho Sohn

CMU-ASP: ACT-R learns to be an anti-air warfare coordinator

Jerry Ball, Kevin Gluck, Michael Krusmark, Mathew Purtee and Stu Rodgers

Process and challenges in development of the Predator air vehicle operator model

Bradley Best, Christian Lebiere and Chris Scarpinatto

Modeling synthetic opponents in urban combat simulations

Niels Taatgen, Marcia van Oploo, Jos Braaksma and Jelle Niemantsverdriet

From model to application: developing a believable opponent in the game of Set!

12:10 PM Lunch

1:00 PM The Future of ACT-R

Christian Lebiere ACT-R 5.0 and 6.0

Niels Taatgen Production compilation

Frank Ritter The ACT-R FAQ

Eli Silk The New ACT-R web page

Mike Byrne The current state of ACT-R/PM

Anthony Harrison jACT-R: Beta and Beyond

Dan Bothell The new ACT-R environment


3:00 PM Invited Session

Richard Cooper Mechanisms of sequential control

John Anderson Response


8:30 AM Talk Session 3

Mike Byrne

ACT-R as a framework for modeling human error

Troy Kelley

Modeling situation awareness errors in a navigation task

Dirk van Rooy, Frank E. Ritter and Robert St. Amant

Using a simulated user to explore human-robot interfaces

Robert West and Bruno Emond

SOS: A Simple Operating System for modeling HCI with ACT-R

10:30 AM Talk Session 4

Mike Byrne, David Maurier and Christopher Fick

Reaping the rewards of teaching ACT-R: Class projects Spring 2002

Cleotilde Gonzalez

Modeling coordination in team dynamic resource allocation

Glenn Gunzelmann and John R. Anderson

Performance differences between strategies in an orientation task

David Huss

An ACT-R/PM model of the articulatory loop

1:00 PM Talk Session 5

Mon-Chu Chen

Cognitive approaches to gaze tracking

Todd R. Johnson, Hongbing Wang, Jiajie Zhang and Yue Wang

Memory for multidimension stimuli

David Peebles

Investigating the incidental learning of location information in a visual search task

Hongbin Wang

Modeling human attention networks

3:00 PM Comparative Architectures Symposium

B. Chandrasekaran Multimodal representation as basis for cognitive architecture

Michael Freed Behavior representation in Apex


8:30 AM Talk Session 6

Erik Altmann

Switch cost: A failed measure of executive control

Raluca Budiu

Can ACT-R process language in real-time?Putting together syntactic and semantic processing

Hedderik Van Rijn

Modeling developmental transitions. A proceduralization model of balance scale learning

Richard Young

Random walk processes in ACT-R mechanisms lead to a wild distribution of learning times

10:30 AM Talk Session 7

Kwangsu Cho and Christian Schunn

Strategy shift in prisoner�s dilemma through utility learning

Danilo Fum and Andrea Stocco

Procedural learning in the control of a dynamic system

Christian Lebiere

AMBR III: A simple, predictive, architectural model of categorization in the wild


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