The workshop was introduced to establish interdisciplinary
co-operation in the domain of cognitive modeling. About 60
researchers from Europe and USA working in the fields of artifical
intelligence, cognitive psychology, computer linguistics and philosophy of
mind participated in the workshop.
The workshop integrated the 10th
EuroSoar workshop. The modeling methods presented covered
general architectures (as SOAR and ACT) as well as other kinds
of modeling approaches.
General: Ute Schmid, Fritz Wysotzki (TU Berlin), Josef Krems (TU Chemnitz)
SOAR: Josef Krems (TU Chemnitz)
with support from Frank Ritter (University of Nottingham), Richard Young (University of Cambridge)
Supported by: DFG (German Research Community), Bernd Mahr and the KIT Research Group (TU Berlin), Informatik Training GmbH (Radolfzell)
Organization Team: Berry Claus, Carsten Gips, Eric Heymann, Robin Hörnig, Martin Christof Kindsmüller, Martin Mühlpfordt, Mark Müller, Gabriele Rösler, Sylvia Wiebrock
(last change: 25/11/96 by schmid)