An Initial Description of Capabilities and Constraints for a Computational Auditory System (an Artificial Ear) for Cognitive Architectures

by   Frank E. Ritter, et al.

We present an initial set of factors, features, and constraints for developing a Computational Auditory System (CAS, aka less formally an artificial ear, AE) for use by cognitive architectures. We start to define a CAS and what tasks it should be able to perform. We then outline the features of a CAS for use by a cognitive architecture and factors that influence its performance. We conclude with an update on what has been created so far and insights on how to create and use a CAS in a cognitive architecture and include a set of functionalities for an artificial ear.



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