UC Merced Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society Title An ACT-R Modeling Framework for Interleaving Templates of Human Behavior Permalink Publication Date An ACT-R Modeling Framework for Interleaving Templates of Human Behavior

Michael Matessa, Gov)
2004 Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society   unpublished
Performance modeling has been made easier by architectures which package psychological theory for reuse at different levels. Both CPM-GOMS, which packages theory at the task level, and ACT-R, which packages theory at the lower level of rules for perceptual-motor interaction, have been shown to be useful. This paper describes ACT-Stitch, a framework for translating CPM-GOMS templates and interleaving theory into ACT-R. The research involved in producing ACT-Stitch will benefit reusable template
more » ... reusable template research by showing how to implement templates and interleaving in a new architecture that processes resource information. ACT-R research will benefit from re-usable productions packaged at a higher task level and from the multi-tasking control structure used that allows ACT-R to interleave productions from different templates. The zero-parameter predictions of ACT-Stitch are empirically validated.
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