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How can Cognitive Modeling Benefit from Ontologies? Evidence from the HCI Domain
Citation key halbruegge2015f
Author Halbrügge, Marc and Quade, Michael and Engelbrecht, Klaus-Peter
Title of Book AGI 2015
Pages 261–271
Year 2015
ISBN 978-3-319-21364-4
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-21365-1_27
Address Berlin
Volume 9205
Note print, electronic, online
Editor Bieger, Jordi and Goertzel, Ben and Potapov, Alexey
Publisher Springer
Series LNAI
How Published full
Abstract Cognitive modeling as a method has proven successful at reproducing and explaining human intelligent behavior in specific laboratory situations, but still struggles to produce more general intelligent capabilities. A promising strategy to address this weakness is the addition of large semantic resources to cognitive architectures. We are investigating the usefulness of this approach in the context of human behavior during software use. By adding world knowledge from a Wikipedia-based ontology to a model of human sequential behavior, we achieve quantitatively and qualitatively better fits to human data.The combination of model and ontology yields additional insights that cannot be explained by the model or the ontology alone.
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