Architecture Matters: What Soar Has to Say about Modularity

@inproceedings{Lewis1993ArchitectureMW,
  title={Architecture Matters: What Soar Has to Say about Modularity},
  author={Richard Lewis and Allen Newell},
  year={1993}
}
According to Zenon Pylyshyn, Allen Newell took the high road in psychology by working on a theory of the mind intended to cover a wide range of cognitive behavior. Both Newell and Pylyshyn have put forth convincing arguments about the merits of such a research path, and the central role that cognitive architecture plays in it one to develop detailed models of local phenomena while addressing global issues about the mind. One such issue that Pylyshyn has raised with respect to Soar is modularity… CONTINUE READING

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