Bayesian models and simulations in cognitive science

Workshop Models and Simulations 2, Tillburg, NL (2007)
Abstract
Bayesian models can be related to cognitive processes in a variety of ways that can be usefully understood in terms of Marr's distinction among three levels of explanation: computational, algorithmic and implementation. In this note, we discuss how an integrated probabilistic account of the different levels of explanation in cognitive science is resulting, at least for the current research practice, in a sort of unpredicted epistemological shift with respect to Marr's original proposal.
Keywords Philosophy of cognitive science  Bayesian models  Simulation  Perception  Brain models  Levels of explanation  Theoretical models  Computational vision  Bayesian networks
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