Attention in the ASMO cognitive architecture
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- Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 2010, 221 pp. 98 - 105
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The ASMO Cognitive Architecture has been developed to support key capabilities: attention, awareness and self-modification. In this paper we describe the underlying attention model in ASMO. The ASMO Cognitive Architecture is inspired by a biological attention theory, and offers a mechanism for directing and creating behaviours, beliefs, anticipation, discovery, expectations and changes in a complex system. Thus, our attention based architecture provides an elegant solution to the problem of behaviour development and behaviour selection particularly when the behaviours are mutually incompatible. © 2010 The authors and IOS Press. All rights reserved.
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