Nicholas Cassimatis, Paul Bello
Many proposals for evaluating cognitive architectures rely partly on an analogy between cognitive science and other sciences. We therefore reflect on the relations between cognitive science, cognitive architectures and other sciences. Some important differences caution against the misguided use of some evaluation approaches. Some unique characteristics of human intelligence motivate the need for new approaches to evaluating cognitive architecture design. We briefly propose one such approach.
Subjects: 2. Architectures; 3. Automated Reasoning
Submitted: May 18, 2007