A Computational Model for Situated Task Learning with Interactive Instruction

23 Apr 2016  ·  Shiwali Mohan, James Kirk, John Laird ·

Learning novel tasks is a complex cognitive activity requiring the learner to acquire diverse declarative and procedural knowledge. Prior ACT-R models of acquiring task knowledge from instruction focused on learning procedural knowledge from declarative instructions encoded in semantic memory... In this paper, we identify the requirements for designing compu- tational models that learn task knowledge from situated task- oriented interactions with an expert and then describe and evaluate a model of learning from situated interactive instruc- tion that is implemented in the Soar cognitive architecture. read more

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