Thursday, October 31, 2013

Cognitive architecture

Memory should be partitioned according to perception in the cognitive architecture. Sensory memory includes sensory stimulus that is completely unprocessed, short term memory includes sensory stimulus well it is being processed, and empirical memory includes sensory stimulus that has already been processed. Conceptual memory contains logical ideas that are independent of perception and other conceptual generalizations.
  • Sensory Memory
  • Short Term Memory
  • Empirical Memory
  • Conceptual Memory
The organization of conceptual memory should be based upon an ontology of concepts. This ontology should include all mathematical concepts such as numbers, lists, and relations as well as concepts whose instances are described in empirical memory.

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