Spatial Working Memory in the LIDA Cognitive Architecture

Abstract

Human spatial representations are known to be remarkably robust and efficient, and to be structured hierarchically. In this paper, we describe a biologically inspired computational model of spatial working memory attempting to account for these properties, based on the LIDA cognitive architecture. We also present preliminary results regarding a virtual reality experiment, which the model is able to account for, and the quantitative properties of the representation.


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