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Behaviour and Reasoning Description Language

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Although a large number of cognitive architectures have been developed over the last decades, such comprehensive, computational models of the human mind are short of being integrated in the system and software verification process. Moreover, cognitive architecture are very complex and require a deep understanding of the notation and its semantics to be used successfully. In this seminar we first illustrate a basic language for describing human behaviour and reasoning and present the cognitive architecture underlying the semantics of the language. Then we show how the human behaviour description can be combined with the model of the system with which the human interacts in order to analyse properties of the interactive system.

This talk is part of the Engineering Design Centre Seminars series.

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