Xapagy: a cognitive architecture for narrative reasoning

05/17/2011
by   Ladislau Bölöni, et al.
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We introduce the Xapagy cognitive architecture: a software system designed to perform narrative reasoning. The architecture has been designed from scratch to model and mimic the activities performed by humans when witnessing, reading, recalling, narrating and talking about stories.

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