EXTENDING COMPUTATIONAL COGNITIVE MODELLING TO ISSUES OF MULTI-AGENT INTERACTION n conjunction with  (ECM_MAI 2007)

Venue: Las Vegas

Location: Las Vegas, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 25, 2007 End Date/Time: Jun 28, 2007
Paper Submission Date: Mar 15, 2007
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The fields of cognitive science, artificial intelligence, and the social sciences can together create a better understanding of cognition and social processes than they can independently of each other. Some efforts in social sciences, especially social simulations, have evolved an understanding of social processes in societies independently from the other two fields.

However Sun (2006) among other has shown that there is relation between individual
cognition and social processes. Can this connection be understood by exploring the
relationship between computational cognitive modeling and social simulation? How is the
cognition of a society different from individual cognition? In this session we will examine these questions and many more. We invite submissions of research that investigate any of the following topics: (1) the relation between individual and social cognition, (2) multi-agent models that are related to advances in individual cognition, (3) social simulations that utilize cognitive science or artificial intelligence techniques, (4) aspects of social cognition that require modeling, and (5) the integration of cognitive models of learning into multi-agent interaction.

(Sun, R., 2006) Cognition and Multi-Agent Interaction, Edited by Ron Sun, 2006, Cambridge
University Press.

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