Human Reasoning Module

@inproceedings{Nyamsuren2014HumanRM,
  title={Human Reasoning Module},
  author={Enkhbold Nyamsuren},
  booktitle={BICA 2014},
  year={2014}
}
This paper introduces a framework of human reasoning and its ACT-R based implementation called the Human Reasoning Module (HRM). Inspired by the human mind, the framework seeks to explain how a single system can exhibit different forms of reasoning ranging from deduction to induction, from deterministic to probabilistic inference, from rules to mental-models. The HRM attempts to unify previously mentioned forms of reasoning into a single coherent system rather than treating them as loosely… CONTINUE READING
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