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Data mining applied to cardiovascular data (2010)
Journal Article
Bohacik, J., & Davis, D. (2010). Data mining applied to cardiovascular data. Journal of information technologies, 3(2), 14 - 21

Medical decision support is one area of increasing research interest. Ongoing collaborations between cardiovascular clinicians and computer scientists are looking at the application of data mining techniques to the area of individual patient diagnosi... Read More about Data mining applied to cardiovascular data.

robo-CAMAL: A BDI Motivational Robot (2010)
Journal Article
Gwatkin, J., & Davis, D. (2010). robo-CAMAL: A BDI Motivational Robot. Paladyn journal of behavioural robotics, 1(2), 116-129. doi:10.2478/s13230-010-0010-4

Motivation is a central concept in the development of autonomous agents and robots. This paper describes an architecture that uses a psychological BDI model of reasoning, combined with a distributed multi-level model of motivation. The robot controll... Read More about robo-CAMAL: A BDI Motivational Robot.

Cognitive architectures for affect and motivation (2010)
Journal Article
Davis, D. N. (2010). Cognitive architectures for affect and motivation. Cognitive Computation, 2(3), (199-216). doi:10.1007/s12559-010-9053-4. ISSN 1866-9956

General frameworks of mind map across tasks and domains. By what means can a general architecture know when it has adapted to a specific task, a particular environment or a specific state of a previously known environment? Our current work on this th... Read More about Cognitive architectures for affect and motivation.

 A "Society of Mind" cognitive architecture based on the principles of artificial economics (2010)
Journal Article
Davis, D. N., & Venkatamuni, V. M. (2010).  A "Society of Mind" cognitive architecture based on the principles of artificial economics. International journal of artificial life research, 1(1), 51-71. doi:10.4018/jalr.2010102104

This research investigates the concept of mind as a control system using the "Society of Agents" metaphor, whereby the whole is described as the collective behavior of simple and intelligent agents. This powerful concept for mind research benefits fr... Read More about  A "Society of Mind" cognitive architecture based on the principles of artificial economics.

Cognition, metacognition agents and architectures: society of mind approach to cognition and metacognition in cognitive architectures (2010)
Book
(2010). Cognition, metacognition agents and architectures: society of mind approach to cognition and metacognition in cognitive architectures. Lambert Academic Publishing

From the past course of 50 years of research, Artificial Intelligence has developed a large number of architectures and tools to solve the most difficult problems in Science and Engineering. Artificial Intelligence has developed in a number of direct... Read More about Cognition, metacognition agents and architectures: society of mind approach to cognition and metacognition in cognitive architectures.

Linking perception and action through motivation and affect (2008)
Journal Article
Davis, D. N. (2008). Linking perception and action through motivation and affect. Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence, 20(1), (37-60). doi:10.1080/09528130701472424. ISSN 0952-813X

Research into cognitive architectures is described within a framework spanning major issues in artificial intelligence and cognitive science. Earlier work on motivation is extended with a cognitive model of reasoning which, together with an affective... Read More about Linking perception and action through motivation and affect.

A multi-agent decision support system for stock trading (2002)
Journal Article
Davis, D. (2002). A multi-agent decision support system for stock trading. IEEE Network, 16(1), (20 - 27). ISSN 0890-8044

A distributed problem solving system can be characterized as a group of individual cooperating agents running to solve common problems. As dynamic application domains continue to grow in scale and complexity, it becomes more difficult to control the... Read More about A multi-agent decision support system for stock trading.

Control states and complete agent architectures (2001)
Journal Article
Davis, D. N. (2001). Control states and complete agent architectures. Computational Intelligence, 17(4), (621-650). doi:10.1111/0824-7935.00167. ISSN 0824-7935

This paper presents a developing concept of mind defined in terms of external and internal niches. This perspective on mind is described primarily in terms of the niche space of control states and the design space of processes that may support such p... Read More about Control states and complete agent architectures.

A computational framework for aesthetical navigation in musical search space
Conference Proceeding
Arshi, S., & Davis, D. A computational framework for aesthetical navigation in musical search space

Paper presented at 3rd AISB symposium on computational creativity, AISB 2016, 4-6th April, Sheffield. Abstract. This article addresses aspects of an ongoing project in the generation of artificial Persian (-like) music. Liquid Persian Music software... Read More about A computational framework for aesthetical navigation in musical search space.