Evaluating Cognitive Models and Architectures

Marc Halbrugge

This paper is focused on two major problems concerning the evaluation of cognitive models and architectures. First, it is shown that current approaches to quantify model complexity are not sufficient and second, the claim is reinforced that the flexibility of cognitive architectures leads to the problem that they cannot be falsified and are therefore too weak to be considered as theories.

Subjects: 4. Cognitive Modeling; Please choose a second document classification

Submitted: May 18, 2007

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