QCM: A QP-Based Concept Map System

author: Morteza Dehghani, Northwestern University
author: Kenneth Forbus, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Northwestern University
published: July 22, 2009,   recorded: June 2009,   views: 3914


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Qualitative representations have proven to be useful formalisms for capturing human mental models. As a result, qualitative modeling could become an important tool for cognitive science. Specifically, an environment in which qualitative representations can be used to explore mental models and different type of reasoning and simulations can be performed on these models can be a useful tool for cognitive scientists. In this paper, we introduce the Qualitative Concept Map system, designed for cognitive scientists, for building and simulating qualitative and Bayesian models using qualitative process theory and Bayesian inference.

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