O'Hara, Kieron and Shadbolt, Nigel
AI Models as a Variety of Psychological Explanation
At Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence.
The paper attempts to establish a basis upon which it could plausibly be said that knowledge level models typically used in the development of AT systems such as expert systems could have psychological import. Various modelling methodologies are set out, and it is shown that these methodologies cannot supply psychological explanations of expertise on the basis of ordinary realist assumptions about the mind, since the knowledge level primitives cannot supply the right sort of links between tasks and AI methods. In contrast, an anti-realist, interpretative view of mind is set out, and it is shown how AI modelling methodologies could, in that context, be of psychological value. Finally, a short example gives some concrete expression to these ideas.
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||Event Dates: 1993 Address: San Mateo, Calif
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||Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 1993-01-01
||psychological explanation conceptual models realism constructivism
||Web & Internet Science
||04 Nov 2000
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