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An ACT-R Framework for Interleaving Templates of Human Behavior.  (2004)
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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 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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Matessa, M. (2004) An ACT-R Framework for Interleaving Templates of Human Behavior. Proceedings of the Twenty-sixth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
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