Cognitive Modeling

Theory of cognition as a production system; designed to predict human behavior through information processing and generating intelligent behavior. . (Read Complete Description)
Cognition as a Network of Tasks (COGNET)
COGNET is an integrated modeling method used to develop cognitive, rather than psychomotor, models of human-computer interaction in complex, real-time, multi-tasking environments. COGNET assumes that . (Read Complete Description)
Executive Process Interactive Control (EPIC)
EPIC is a cognitive architecture model of human information processing that accounts for the detailed timing of human perceptual, cognitive, and motor activity. EPIC provides a framework for construct . (Read Complete Description)
Improved Performance Research Integration Tool (IMPRINT)
IMPRINT uses Micro Saint, an embedded discrete event task network modeling language, as its engine.  Task-level information is used to construct networks representing the flow and the performance time . (Read Complete Description)
Integrated Performance Modeling Environment (IPME)
The Integrated Performance Modeling Environment (IPME) is a Unix-based integrated environment of simulation and modeling tools for answering questions about systems that rely on human performance to s . (Read Complete Description)
Man Machine Integrated Design and Analysis System (MIDAS)
NASA, the U.S. Army and Sterling Software, Inc. jointly developed MIDAS to evaluate proposed human-machine system designs and to serve as a test bed for a variety of behavioral models. MIDAS consists . (Read Complete Description)
Operator Model Architecture (OMAR)
OMAR is a modeling and simulation tool developed for the Air Force that can generate high fidelity computer models of human behavior, as well as state-of-the-art intelligent agents for use in syntheti . (Read Complete Description)