Talks by the Program Number

1. Antonio Lieto. A Computational Framework for Concept Representation in Cognitive Systems and Architectures: Concepts as Heterogeneous Proxytypes

4. Himanshu Joshi*, Paul Rosenbloom and Volkan Ustun. Isolated Word Recognition in the Sigma Cognitive Architecture

6. Kazuteru Miyazaki and Junichi Takeno*. A study on the necessity of a secondary system in the consciousness system

7. Koki Kanazawa* and Junichi Takeno. A proposal for a Pavlov robot

8. Paul Rosenbloom*, Abram Demski and Volkan Ustun. Efficient Message Computation in SigmaÕs Graphical Architecture

9. Wael Hafez. General Architecture for Perception-Action Information Flow Control

10. Suhas E. Chelian, Ryan M. Uhlenbrock, Seth Herd and Rajan Bhattacharyya. Application of a neural network model of prefrontal cortex to emulate human probability matching behavior

11. Suhas E. Chelian, Matthias D. Ziegler, Peter Pirolli and Rajan Bhattacharyya. Learning to prognostically forage in a neural network model of the interactions between neuromodulators and prefrontal cortex

12. Matthew Phillips, Suhas E. Chelian, Peter Pirolli and Rajan Bhattacharya. Forensic foraging of change detection in opponent strategies with a neural model of the interactions between temporal and prefrontal cortex

15. Muneo Kitajima* and Makoto Toyota. Hierarchical structure of human action selection - An update of Newell's time scale of human action

16. Muneo Kitajima* and Makoto Toyota. Topological Considerations of Memory Structure

17. Keitaro Yoshida* and Junichi Takeno. An attempt to build a computer model of mental trauma using consciousness modules

18. Muneo Kitajima* and Makoto Toyota. The role of consciousness in memorization : Asymmetric functioning of consciousness in memory encoding and decoding

19. Harmen De Weerd*, Rineke Verbrugge and Bart Verheij. Higher-order theory of mind in Tacit Communication Game

20. Paul Kogut*, Jonathan Darvill, David Rosenbluth and David Morgenthaler. Top Down Bottom Up Brain Models

21. Christian Huyck*, Giuseppe Primiero and Franco Raimondi. Programming the MIRTO Robot with Neurons

22. Mukta Gahlawat*, Amita Malik and Poonam Bansal. Natural Sounding Speech Synthesizer Using Hybrid Approach for Blinds

23. Lee Scheffler. NeurOS(tm) and NeuroBlocks(tm): A Neural/Cognitive Operating System and Building Blocks

24. Christian Huyck* and Ian Mitchell. Building Neuromorphic Embodied Cell Assembly Agents that Learn

25. Catherine Schuman*, J. Douglas Birdwell and Mark Dean. Spatiotemporal Classification Using Neuroscience-Inspired Dynamic Architectures

27. Jaehyon Paik, Yunfeng Zhang* and Peter Pirolli. Counterfactual Reasoning as a Key for Explaining Adaptive Behavior in a Changing Environment

29. Eric Bigelow*, Daniel Scarafoni, Lenhart Schubert and Alex Wilson. On the Need for Imagistic Modeling in Story Understanding

32. Akshay Maan*, Dinesh Kumar and Alex James. Memristive Threshold Logic Face Recognition

33. Jonathan Vitale*, Mary-Anne Williams and Giuseppe Boccignone. Affective Facial Expression Processing via Simulation: A Probabilistic Model

34. Denis Kleyko* and Evgeny Osipov. On bidirectional transitions between localist and distributed representations: The case of common substrings search using Vector Symbolic Architecture

36. Agnese Augello, Ignazio Infantino*, Giovanni Pilato, Riccardo Rizzo and Filippo Vella. Creativity evaluation in a cognitive architecture

37. Timur Ibrayev, Irina Fedorova, Akshay Maan and Alex James*. Memristive Amplifier Circuits

39. Samer Mansour and Jalal Karam*. Averaged error minimization: An alternative to least squares dynamic matrix control

40. Yasuo Kinouchi. A model of consciousness and attention aimed at speedy autonomous adaptation

41. Zihan Xu*, Abinash Mohanty, Pai-Yu Chen, Binbin Lin, Deepak Kadetotad, Jieping Ye, Sarma Vrudhula, Shimeng Yu, Jae-Sun Seo and Yu Cao. Parallel programming of resistive cross-point array for synaptic plasticity

43. Salah Al-Majeed, Lela Mirtskhulava, Gillian Pearce, Mohamed Al-Mulla and Julian Wong. Blood Clotting Analysis Based Neural Networks Modeling and Sensors Measurement

44. Mark Waser. Bootstrapping a Structured Self-Improving & Safe Autopoietic Self

46. Waqas Mughal, Bhaskar Choubey* and Luiz Carlos Paiva Gouveia. On Threshold Comparing Biomorphic Image Sensors

47. Michael Miller*, Sheldon Linker and Ghassan Azar. The Equilibration of Neural Propositions

48. Romain Cazˇ. Threshold gates should include one, two, or three dendritic subunits.

50. Balaji Balasubramaniam. Investigating Cognitive intelligence in Text processing

52. Ben Goertzel. Characterizing Human-Like Consciousness: An Integrative Approach

53. Ben Goertzel*, David Hanson and Gino Yu. A Software Architecture for Generally Intelligent Humanoid Robotics

54. Ben Goertzel, Cosmo Harrigan, Matthew Ikle* and Gino Yu. Guiding Probabilistic Logical Inference with Nonlinear Dynamical Attention Allocation

55. L. Andrew Coward. Brain computational primitives

57. Lee Scheffler. NeurOS and NeuroBlocks: Rapid cognitive software development

59. Rony Novianto* and Mary-Anne Williams. Operant Conditioning in ASMO Cognitive Architecture

61. Alireza Goudarzi* and Darko Stefanovic. Towards a Calculus of Echo State Networks

63. Christopher Rozell*, Mengchen Zhu, Adam Charles, Han Lun Yap and Marissa Norko. The role of sparsity in visual perception

64. Olga D. Chernavskaya. An architecture of the cognitive system: The role of emotions and the sense of humor

66. Piotr Boltuc. Advanced Self-Conscious Robots

67. Vishwanathan Mohan*, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat, Giulio Sandini and Pietro Morasso. From Object-Action to Property-Action: Learning causally dominant properties through cumulative explorative interactions

68. Peter Ford Dominey. Reservior Computing in Higher Cognitive Functions

69. Troy D. Kelley and V. "Dan" Veksler*. A computational explanation for using episodic memories for associative learning and memory consolidation in a robot

70. Usef Faghihi*, Clayton Estey, Ryan McCall, and Stan Franklin. A Cognitive Model Fleshes Out KahnemanÕs Fast and Slow Systems

72. Usef Faghihi. How Gamification Techniques Applies for educational Purpose specially with College Algebra

73. Ulysses Bernardet* and Steve Dipaola. Affective response patterns as indicators of personality in virtual characters

74. Vladislav D. Veksler*, Kevin Gluck, Christopher Myers, Jack Harris and Thomas Mielke. Alleviating the curse of dimensionality -- A psychologically-inspired approach.

75. Matthias Ziegler, Suhas Chelian*, James Benvenuto, Jeffrey Krichmar, Randall O'Reilly and Rajan Bhattacharyya. A model of proactive and reactive cognitive control with anterior cingulate cortex and neuromodulatory systems

76. Javier Snaider* and Stan Franklin. Vector LIDA

77. Steve Dipaola. Computer Modelling Fine Art Painting using a Cognitive Correlative Heuristics Approach

78. Maryam Saberi*, Ulysses Bernardet and Steve Dipaola. An Architecture for Personality-Based, Nonverbal Behavior in Affective Virtual Humanoid Character

79. Steve Dipaola. Using a Contextual Focus Model for an Automatic Creativity Algorithm to Generate Art Work

80. Tarek Richard Besold. Formal Foundations for Cognitive AI Systems and the Need for Structure-Based Approximation

81. Blerim Emruli, Fredrik Sandin* and Jerker Delsing. Towards a vector space architecture for emergent interoperability of ubiquitous systems

82. Lola Ca–amero. Cognitive Architectures to Bridge Interdisciplinary Gaps in Emotion Research

83. Matthew Lewis* and Lola Ca–amero. Modulating Perception with Pleasure for Action Selection

84. Tarek Richard Besold. What neural-symbolic networks can(not) do in 2014

85. Joscha Bach. Computationalism and Cognitive Science

86. Manuel Caro, Darsana Josyula, Michael Cox* and Jovani Alberto Jimˇnez Builes. MISM: a metamodel of computational metacognition

87. Michael Brady. A Neural Field Model for Babble-Feedback Learning in Speech

88. Frank Ritter* and Christopher Dancy. An update on tying cognitive architectures to physiological architectures

89. Dustin Dannenhauer, Michael Cox*, Shubham (Anil) Gupta*, Matthew Paisner and Don Perlis. Toward Meta-Level Control of Autonomous Agents

90. Norifumi Watanabe*, Fumihiko Mori and Takashi Omori. Walk Assistance Interface by Sensory Superposition Fusion of Vison and Somatosensor

91. James Eilbert. The vertebrate strategy for brain evolution

92. Olivier Georgeon* and Amˇlie Cordier. Inverting the Interaction Cycle to Model Embodied Agents

93. Dhireesha Kudithipudi* and Cory Merkel. On the Role of Cortico-thalamic Feedback in Neuromemristive Vision Systems

95. Joel Parthemore. Navigating between concepts and consciousness

96. David Aha. Goal Reasoning: Progress and Needs

97. Dhireesha Kudithipudi, Cory Merkel*, Qutaiba Saleh and Colin Donahue. Memristive Reservoir Computing Architecture for Epileptic Seizure Detection

98. Craig Vineyard*, Stephen Verzi and James Aimone. Quantification of Neural Computation

99. Stevo Bozinovski. Modelling mechanisms of cognition-emotion interaction in artificial neural networks, since 1981

100. Robert Laddaga. Active Perception

101. Dan Hammerstrom. The Future of Embedded Computing

102. Kamilya Smagulova* and Aigerim Sametkhanova. Threshold Logic Object Recognizer

103. Klaus Raizer and Ricardo Gudwin*. A Neuroscience Inspired Gated Learning Action Selection Mechanism

105. Allen King. The HaveNWant Schemata, Nodes and Links for Representing Experiences Reactively

106. Alexei V. Samsonovich* and Paul Robertson. Preface/Introduction

111. Sergei Nirenburg. Metaphors we work by

112. Riccardo Manzotti. Intro

113. Paul Robertson. Opening

114. Max Tegmark. TBA

115. Kamilla Johannsdottir. BICA Society Panel

116. Jun Tani. TBA

117. Alex Byrne. discussion

118. Peter Petre. discussion

120. Terry Stewart. TBA

121. Patrick Winston. Brains, Minds, and Machines, and when machines will really pass the Turing test

122. Patrick Winston. How to Speak

123. Louis Lome. Multidisciplinary opportunities for collaboration in bio-inspired computing.

124. Jennifer Chang. Promoting your research through new media

125. Sweitze Roffel. The art of publishing and ensuring discoverability of your research

126. Rony Novianto. A humanoid robot with ASMO cognitive architecture

129. M. Prezioso, F. Merrikh-Bayat, B. Hoskins, G. Adam, D. B. Strukov, and Konstantin K. Likharev*. Training and Operation of an Integrated Neural Network Based on Metal-Oxide Memristors



Confirmed Poster Presenters (one board is reserved for each):


1. Andrew Coward

2. Frank Ritter

3. Steve DiPaola

4. Lee Scheffler

5. TBA

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*Asterisks indicates the presenting author in multiple-author papers.