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Tenth Annual Workshop and Summer School


Front Row: (L to R) Dan Bothell, Sue Kase, Simon Li, Sarah Peterson-Everett, Deborah Boehm-Davis, Phil Pavlik
Back Row: (L to R) Glenn Gunzelmann, Dario Salvucci, Shavan Vasishth, Scott Douglass, Carl Smith, Norbu Buchler, Christopher Myers, Christian Lebiere, Dan Schunk, John Anderson, Raluca Budiu, Annes Fowles-Winkler, Niels Taatgen, Hedderik van Rijn, Sally Bogacz, Fransisco Pereira, Martin Greaves

2003 ACT-R Workshop Schedule

Friday, July 25

Talk Session 1

proceedings John Anderson Learning a complex, dynamic skill
proceedings Octavio Juarez Cognitive Architecture for Situation Awareness (CASA)
proceedings Michael Matessa Re-use of a serial list model for aircraft procedure learning
proceedings Frank Ritter Using cognitive modeling to study behavior moderators: pre-task appraisal and anxiety
proceedings Niels Taatgen Variability of behavior in complex skill acquisition

Talk Session 2

proceedings Danilo Fum Reinforcing vs. informative feedback while controling a dynamic system
proceedings Richard Lewis Revisiting the chunking of goal hierarchies
proceedings Peter Pirolli The role of information scent in online browsing
proceedings Hongbin Wang Toward a symbolic model of human attentional networks
proceedings Richard Young Should ACT-R include rule refraction?

Future of ACT-R

proceedings Dan Bothell ACT-R 6.0
proceedings Frank Ritter ACT-R FAQ

Invited Session

proceedings James McClelland Developing a domain-general framework for cognition: What is the best approach?
John Anderson Response

Saturday, July 26

Talk Session 3

proceedings Erik Altmann AWOL homunculus: Cue activation processes in task-switching
proceedings Anthony Harrison ACT-R/S: Coordinating spatial representations
proceedings Todd Johnson Modeling the use of multiple frames of reference for object location memory
proceedings Michael Schoelles Task switching in the Argus model: Implications for the buffer architecture
proceedings Greg Trafton The disruptiveness of interruptions

Talk Session 4

proceedings Bruno Emond Exploring the usability of adaptive menus with a simple object system
proceedings Wayne Gray Simborgs: Towards the building of simulated human users for interactive system design
proceedings Bonnie John New tools for modeling for HCI evaluation
proceedings Frank Lee Hide and seek: Data and model
proceedings Robert St. Amant SegMan

Symposium 1

Michael Byrne: Interfacing ACT-R with external simulations
proceedings Michael Byrne
proceedings Eric Biefeld, Brad Best & Christian Lebiere
proceedings Jerry Ball & Kevin Gluck
proceedings Michael Schoelles
proceedings Dan Bothell
Dario Salvucci
Frank Lee
proceedings Frank Ritter & Robert St. Amant

Symposium 2

Richard Young and Hedderik van Rijn: Model fitting and parameter estimation
Heederik van Rijn
Niels Taatgen
proceedings Richard Young
proceedings Frank Ritter

Sunday, July 27

Talk Session 5

proceedings Ryan Baker Statistical techniques for comparing ACT-R models of cognitive performance
proceedings Nathan Brannon Augmenting interactive genetic algorithms through the integration of ACT-R
proceedings Nick Cassimatis Modeling uncertain reasoning with stochastic simulation in ACT-R
proceedings Christian Lebiere The advantage of architectural assumptions: benefits for baseball batting
proceedings Dario Salvucci Tracking driver intentions with the ACT-R driver model

Talk Session 6

proceedings Raluca Budiu Reading instructions in ACT-R: When sentence structure matters
proceedings Philip Pavlik An ACT-R model of the spacing effect
proceedings Myeong-Ho Sohn The prefrontal-parietal dissociation during episodic memory retrieval
proceedings Hedderik van Rijn Explaining the pseudohomophone effect in lexical decision
proceedings Shravan Vasishth Decay and interference in human sentence processing


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