The abstracts and full papers (mainly postscript) can be browsed online at http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~axs/aisb/abstracts
Later some of these may be updated by the authors.
This symposium, one of several to be held at the Convention, was held on the first two days: 17th and 18th April, including an invited talk by David Lodge (not in the symposium booklet).
PAGE PROGRAMME CHAIR'S INTRODUCTION Models of Models of Mind Aaron Sloman 1 PAPERS TO BE PRESENTED AT THE SYMPOSIUM Zippora Arzi-Gonczarowski A blueprint for a mind by a categorical commutative diagram 10 John Barnden Simulating simulating minds, metaphorically speaking (abstract) 19 Joanna Bryson Making Modularity Work: Combining Memory Systems and Intelligent Processes in a Dialog Agent 21 William Clocksin A Narrative Architecture for Functioning Minds: A Social Constructionist Approach 30 Darryl Davis Minds have personalities - Emotion is the core 38 Bruce Edmonds Towards Implementing Free Will 47 John Fox Making a mind: a cognitive engineering approach 54 Carl Frankel and Rebecca Ray Emotion, intention and the control architecture of adaptively competent information processing 63 Stan Franklin A "Consciousness" Based Architecture for a Functioning Mind 72 David Glasspool The Integration and control of behaviour: Insights from neuroscience and AI 77 Pentti Haikonen An Artificial Mind via Cognitive Modular 85 Neural Architecture Pat Hayes How to make a Self (abstract) 93 Brian Logan A design study for an AFP (Attention Filter 94 Penetration) architecture Keith Oatley Shakespeare's invention of theatre as a 102 simulation that runs on minds Doug Riecken 111 We Must RE-MEMBER to RE-FORMULATE: The M System Matthias Scheutz Behavioral States: Linking Functional and Physical Descriptions 117 PLENARY CONVENTION TALKS RELEVANT TO THE SYMPOSIUM Marvin Minsky 124 Future Models for Mind-Machines Aaron Sloman From intelligent organisms to intelligent social systems: how evolution of meta-management supports social/cultural advances. 130 ABSTRACTS FOR POSTER PRESENTERS Frederic Alexandre Inspiration from Neurosciences to emulate Cognitive Tasks at different Levels of Time 133 Steve Allen A Concern-centric Society-of-Mind approach to Mind Design 135 Christoph Benzmueller, Mateja Jamnik, Manfred Kerber, and Volker Sorge Resource Guided Concurrent Deduction 137 Stevo Bozinovski and Liljana Bozinovska Architecture of Mind Considering Integration of Genetic, Neural, and Hormonal System 139 Marcin Chady Can we model the mind with its own products? 141 Jim Cunningham Towards an Axiomatic Theory of Consciousness 143 Kerstin Dautenhahn Design issues of Biological and Robotic Minds 145 Ben Goertzel, Ken Silverman, Cate Hartley, Stephan Bugaj, and Mike Ross The Baby Webmind Project 147 Catriona Kennedy Reflective Architectures for Survival: Bridging the Gap between Philosophy and Engineering 149 Stefan Kuenzell Learning the basics 151 Andres Perez-Uribe Of implementing neural epigenesis, reinforcement learning, and mental rehearsal in a mobile autonomous robot 153 Takafumi Tsuchiya Functions for the management of valuable goals: Goal scheduling and action mode switching done by an autonomous agent on the basis of situational urgency 155
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