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This publication explores the intersection among cognitive sciences and social sciences. particularly, it explores the intersection among person cognitive modeling and modeling of multi-agent interplay (social stimulation). the 2 contributing fields--individual cognitive modeling (especially cognitive architectures) and modeling of multi-agent interplay (including social simulation and, to a point, multi-agent systems)--have obvious extra special progress in recent times. although, the interplay of those fields has now not been sufficiently built. We think that the interplay of the 2 will be extra major than both on my own.

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Chapter 14 (by Cristiano Castelfranchi) investigates the mental representation needed within individual agents to enable social cooperation. A variety of constructs are discussed, and various possibilities explored. These issues are of major interest in gaining a better understanding, and in developing better models, of multi-agent interaction in social simulation. Further work is very much needed to continue such explorations. All of these chapters provide new ideas and new perspectives concerning social simulation.

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1). The production system does not have unlimited access to the various modules, but communicates with them through buffers. A buffer can contain only one piece of information at a time. For example, in order to retrieve a certain fact from declarative memory, a request has to be made to declarative memory in the form of a partially specified pattern. The declarative module will then try to complete the pattern, after which the result is placed back in the retrieval buffer, where it can be matched and used by another rule.

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