Towards real-world capable spatial memory in the LIDA cognitive architecture

@inproceedings{Madl2016TowardsRC,
  title={Towards real-world capable spatial memory in the LIDA cognitive architecture},
  author={Tamas Madl and S. Franklin and K. Chen and D. Montaldi and R. Trappl},
  booktitle={BICA 2016},
  year={2016}
}
  • Tamas Madl, S. Franklin, +2 authors R. Trappl
  • Published in BICA 2016
  • Computer Science
  • Abstract The ability to represent and utilize spatial information relevant to their goals is vital for intelligent agents. Doing so in the real world presents significant challenges, which have so far mostly been addressed by robotics approaches neglecting cognitive plausibility; whereas existing cognitive models mostly implement spatial abilities in simplistic environments, neglecting uncertainty and complexity. Here, we take a step towards computational software agents capable of forming… CONTINUE READING
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