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An Architecture Model for Cognition, Information Systems as well…

In recent post I told about the cognitive (triangle) cycle and the cognitive structure triangle. Further, A cognitive architecture (core) model could be formed through join these two models together, see Figure 1.

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Figure 1. Cognitive Architecture Model

Thinking making Thories, Thories deciding Action, Action imposing on Objects, Objects providing Feeling, Felling building Models, Models supporting Thinking… In this model, all the positions and the sequence are important. However, my motive to think of these was not to attempt to cross-border to research cognitive issue. To me, this model, almost a model of architecture for information systems, though it might not be quite obvious.

Firstly, the ‘objects’ just common objects but not the OO’s objects, and it needs to make more sophisicated or rigorous definations to the concepts such as models and theories, and the relationships with the concepts in software field…

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interested in models & modeling, software, information systems, applications & engineering for enterprises

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2 thoughts on “An Architecture Model for Cognition, Information Systems as well…

  1. yes, think bringing in cognitive science is definitely a reasonable thing to do. The cycle reminds me (very roughly) to Kolb’s cycle, that is about learning only. It’s applied in Feature Driven Development, an agile method, that joins algility with modelling.

    http://www.ldu.leeds.ac.uk/ldu/sddu_multimedia/kolb/static_version.php

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    Posted by modelpractice | December 18, 2011, 05:12
    • Well recommended! There were similar understandings. For example, the PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act), which was very familiar in the field such as quality management (usually known as Deming cycle).

      Posted by TY | December 18, 2011, 10:55

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