Understanding ACT-R - an Outsider's Perspective

1 Jun 2013 Jacob Whitehill

The ACT-R theory of cognition developed by John Anderson and colleagues endeavors to explain how humans recall chunks of information and how they solve problems. ACT-R also serves as a theoretical basis for "cognitive tutors", i.e., automatic tutoring systems that help students learn mathematics, computer programming, and other subjects... (read more)

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