Allen Newell

Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
computational modeling, Soar
"Allen Newell"

d. 1992.

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Erik M. Altmann grad student Carnegie Mellon
Thad Polk grad student Carnegie Mellon
Frank E. Ritter grad student Carnegie Mellon (E-Tree)
George G. Robertson grad student Carnegie Mellon
Milind Tambe grad student Carnegie Mellon (Philosophy Tree)
Rick L. Lewis grad student 1987-1992 Carnegie Mellon
Tony J. Simon post-doc 1988-1991 Carnegie Mellon / Univ. of Pittsburgh
MJ Prietula research scientist Carnegie Mellon (Computer Science Tree)
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Newell A, Simon HA. (2013) GPS, a program that simulates human thought Readings in Cognitive Science: a Perspective From Psychology and Artificial Intelligence. 453-460
Newell A, Simon HA. (2013) The theory of human problem solving Readings in Cognitive Science: a Perspective From Psychology and Artificial Intelligence. 33-51
Polk TA, Newell A. (1995) Deduction as verbal reasoning. Psychological Review. 102: 533-566
John BE, Vera AH, Newell A. (1994) Towards real-time goms: A model of expert behaviour in a highly interactive task Behaviour and Information Technology. 13: 255-267
Carley K, Newell A. (1994) The nature of the social agent The Journal of Mathematical Sociology. 19: 221-262
Newell A, Steier D. (1993) Intelligent control of external software systems Artificial Intelligence in Engineering. 8: 3-21
Newell A. (1993) Reflections on the knowledge level Artificial Intelligence. 59: 31-38
Newell A. (1992) Précis of Unified theories of cognition. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 15: 425-37
Newell A. (1992) SOAR as a unified theory of cognition: Issues and explanations Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 15: 464-492
Harvey W, Kalp D, Tambe M, et al. (1991) The effectiveness of task-level parallelism for production systems Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing. 13: 395-411
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