IJIS  Vol.1 No.2 , October 2011
Cognitive Cycle in Mind Model CAM
Abstract: Cognitive cycle is a basic procedure of mental activities in cognitive level. Human cognition consists of cascading cycles of recurring brain events. This paper presents a cognitive cycle for the mind model CAM (Consciousness And Memory). Each cognitive cycle perceives the current situation, through motivation phase with reference to ongoing goals, and then composes internal or external action streams to reach the goals in response. We use dynamic description logic which is an extended description logic with action to formalize descriptions and algorithms of cognitive cycle. Two important algorithms, including hierarchical goal and action composition, is proposed in the paper.
Cite this paper: nullZ. Shi, X. Wang and J. Yue, "Cognitive Cycle in Mind Model CAM," International Journal of Intelligence Science, Vol. 1 No. 2, 2011, pp. 25-34. doi: 10.4236/ijis.2011.12004.

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