The use of ACT-R to develop an attention model for simple driving tasks


Driving a car is obviously a complex task and the construction of an ACT-R model of human attention while performing this task is similarly complex along multiple dimensions and presents a challenge to architecture and modeler. This work is a first attempt to develop an integrated driver model of attention in the cognitive architecture ACT-R. The model is able to keep a traffic lane, identifies traffic signs and crossroads in a sparse, simulated environment.

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