AMIA: A knowledge representation model for computational autobiographic agents

@article{Ho2007AMIAAK,
  title={AMIA: A knowledge representation model for computational autobiographic agents},
  author={Wan Ching Ho and S. E. Watson and Kerstin Dautenhahn},
  journal={2007 IEEE 6th International Conference on Development and Learning},
  year={2007},
  pages={247-252}
}
This paper describes a hierarchical design for knowledge representation in computational autobiographic memory. This model is named AMIA (autobiographic memory for intelligent agents). Inspired by research in human autobiographic memory from the areas of psychology and cognitive science, the self memory system (SMS) is modelled as 1) the general knowledge structure of agents' significant events and 2) the unique "self" that SMS creates for an individual agent. We first carry out a concentrated… CONTINUE READING
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