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  1. Soar (cognitive architecture)

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    Soar is a cognitive architecture, originally created by John Laird, Allen Newell, and Paul Rosenbloom at Carnegie Mellon University. (Rosenbloom continued

  2. Kodu Game Lab

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    Kodu, originally named Boku, is a programming integrated development environment (IDE) by Microsoft's FUSE Labs. It runs on Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows

  3. Unix philosophy

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    all too easy. Cognitive engineering Unix architecture Minimalism (computing) Software engineering Hacker ethic List of software development philosophies

  4. Poplog

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    Source, reflective, incrementally compiled software development environment for the programming languages POP-11, Common Lisp, Prolog, and Standard ML

  5. History of artificial intelligence

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    OCLC 245755104 NRC (1999), "Developments in Artificial Intelligence", Funding a Revolution: Government Support for Computing Research, National Academy

  6. Interaction design

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    interaction designers increasingly deal with ubiquitous computing, urban informatics and urban computing, the architects' ability to make, place, and create

  7. Agent-oriented programming

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    Agent-oriented programming (AOP) is a programming paradigm where the construction of the software is centered on the concept of software agents. In contrast

  8. Glossary of artificial intelligence

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    an area of inquiry. R programming language – is a programming language and free software environment for statistical computing and graphics supported

  9. List of academic fields

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    an academic discipline. Disciplines vary between universities and even programs. These will have well-defined rosters of journals and conferences supported

  10. Thomas R. G. Green

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    analysis of visual programming environments: a ‘cognitive dimensions’ framework[permanent dead link]." Journal of Visual Languages & Computing 7.2 (1996): 131-174

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