Aaron Sloman
Aaron Sloman
Honorary professor of artificial intelligence and cognitive science, School of Computer Science
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The Computer Revolution in Philosophy: Philosophy, science and models of mind
A Sloman
Science and Models of Mind, Hassocks, Harvester, 1978
Why robots will have emotions
A Sloman, M Croucher
Sussex University, 1981
Motives, mechanisms, and emotions
A Sloman
Cognition and emotion 1 (3), 217-233, 1987
Interactions between philosophy and artificial intelligence: The role of intuition and non-logical reasoning in intelligence
A Sloman
Artificial Intelligence 2 (3-4), 209-225, 1971
Interactions between philosophy and AI: The role of intuition and non-logical reasoning in intelligence
A Sloman
Artificial intelligence 2 (3-4), 209-226, 1971
Beyond Shallow Models of Emotion
A Sloman
Behaviour planning for life-like avatars,Proceedings I3 Spring Days Workshop …, 1999
Virtual machines and consciousness
A Sloman, R Chrisley
Journal of consciousness studies 10 (4-5), 133-172, 2003
What sort of architecture is required for a human-like agent?
A Sloman
Cognitive Modeling Workshop, at AAAI 1998, eds: Charles Ling; Ron Sun, 1-8, 1998
The Mind as a Control System
A Sloman
Philosophy and the Cognitive Sciences, eds: C. Hookway; D. Peterson, Royal …, 1993
SIM AGENT: A toolkit for exploring agent designs
A Sloman, R Poli
Intelligent Agents Vol II (ATAL-95), Eds: M. Wooldridge; J. Mueller; M …, 1996
Varieties of affect and the cogaff architecture schema
A Sloman
Presented at AISB01 Symposium on Emotions–York, 2001
Ant colony system algorithm for real-time globally optimal path planning of mobile robots
TAN Guan-Zheng, H Huan, A Sloman
Acta automatica sinica 33 (3), 279-285, 2007
Afterthoughts on analogical representations
A Sloman
Theoretical issues in natural language processing, 1975
Towards a design-based analysis of emotional episodes
I Wright, LJ Beaudoin, A Sloman
Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 3 (2), 101-126, 1996
On designing a visual system (Towards a Gibsonian computational model of vision)
A Sloman
Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence 1 (4), 289-337, 1989
The architectural basis of affective states and processes
A Sloman, R Chrisley, M Scheutz
Who needs emotions 32, 2005
Architectural requirements for human-like agents both natural and artificial (What sorts of machines can love?)
A Sloman
School of Computer Science Research Reports-University of Birmingham CSR, 1998
Building cognitively rich agents using the SIM_AGENT toolkit
A Sloman, B Logan
Communications of the ACM 42 (3), 71-ff., 1999
Natural and artificial meta-configured altricial information-processing systems
J Chappell, A Sloman
Int. J. Unconv. Comput. 3 (3), 211-239, 2007
How many separately evolved emotional beasties live within us
A Sloman
Emotions in humans and artifacts, 35-114, 2002
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