Testing the Behaviour of Entities in a Cognitive Language

Testing the Behaviour of Entities in a Cognitive Language

Alberto dela Encina (Universidad Compluetnse de Madrid, Spain), Mercedes Hidalgo-Herrero (Universidad Compluetnse de Madrid, Spain), Pablo Rabanal (Universidad Compluetnse de Madrid, Spain), Ismael Rodriguez (Universidad Compluetnse de Madrid, Spain) and Fernando Rubio (Universidad Compluetnse de Madrid, Spain)
DOI: 10.4018/jcini.2008010103
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Abstract

We present a programming environment to help study the behavior of cognitive models. The core of the environment is a programming language based on high-level constructions that allow the easy development of general schemes that can be used (and even modified) without requiring knowledge about the underlying language. In addition, we have introduced observation facilities to the language to help analyze how each process takes its own decisions. Thus, we can analyze not only the external behavior of each entity, but also how it constructs its knowledge. Moreover, our framework also provides visualizing facilities.

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