Topics in Cognitive Science 8 (1):259-263 (2016)

Abstract
The goal of cognitive modeling is to build faithful simulations of human cognition. One of the challenges is that multiple models can often explain the same phenomena. Another challenge is that models are often very hard to understand, explore, and reuse by others. We discuss some of the solutions that were discussed during the 2015 International Conference on Cognitive Modeling
Keywords Cognitive architecture  Cognitive modeling
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DOI 10.1111/tops.12185
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