AAAI Publications, 2017 AAAI Fall Symposium Series

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Narrative as a Fundamental Information Unit in the Mind
Carlos León

Last modified: 2017-10-09


A standard model of the mind requires not only an architectural description of its components, but also a robust, general way to represent the information to be managed by it. With this purpose in mind, we explore to address knowledge representation in a standard model of the mind by studying how narrative, as an assumed fundamental way of structuring knowledge, can provide a valid framework to represent part of the information stored in the declarative memory. This paper studies how this information could be represented in terms of specific relations and how a standard cognitive architecture could make use of narrative information.


standard model, narrative, cognition, knowledge representation

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