Learning and Action Correction in Routine Tasks: New Changes to the Contention Scheduling ModelTaylor, Matthew E.W.
Sequential, routine tasks are part of our every day life _ï¿½_ putting on clothes, driving to work, making coffee, making dinner, etc. They are the definition of ordinary and trivial goals. However, the amount of computation required by the brain to complete these actions is quite large, and consequently, the ability to simulate these actions on a computer has been limited up to now. ... read more
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