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Specifying production times in the ACT-R cognitive modeling system using evoked response potential latency
© Cassenti and Ries; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2012
- Published: 16 July 2012
- Adaptive Control
- Production Time
- Potential Latency
- Rule Match
- Contextual Memory
Using the same method as had been previously established , model building consisted of determining the necessary productions (i.e., mental steps in ACT-R), arranging the productions, and assigning production times to simulate the timing of the cognitive correlates of the ERPs. This process specified production times in ACT-R that may be used in new models instead of relying on default and arbitrary assignment of production times.
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