Introduction to Computational Cognitive Modeling

@inproceedings{Sun2007IntroductionTC,
  title={Introduction to Computational Cognitive Modeling},
  author={Ron Sun},
  year={2007}
}
Instead going straight into dealing with specific approaches, issues, and domains of computational cognitive modeling, it would be more appropriate to first take some time to explore a few general questions that lie at the very core of cognitive science and computational cognitive modeling. What is computational cognitive modeling? What exactly can it contribute to cognitive science? What has it contributed thus far? Where is it going? Answering such questions may sound overly defensive to the… CONTINUE READING
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