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Peter C. R. Lane,
a British computer scientist, senior lecturer in CS at University of Hertfordshire. He is member of the British Computer Society, and the Cognitive Science Society. His research interest is the area of learning algorithms and their applications. Along with Fernand Gobet, Lane works on CHREST, a cognitive architecture that models human perception, learning, memory, and problem solving [1].

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Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Fernand Gobet and Peter Lane (2004). CHREST tutorial: Simulations of human learning. CogSci 2004
  2. ^ Peter Lane: Publications
  3. ^ DBLP: Peter C. R. Lane
  4. ^ Alexandre Linhares, Anna Elizabeth T. A. Freitas (2010). Questioning Chase and Simon's (1973) “Perception in chess”: The “experience recognition” hypothesis. New Ideas in Psychology, Vol. 28, No. 1
  5. ^ Neil Charness (2012). Patterns of theorizing about chess skill - Commentary on Linhares and Freitas (2010) and Lane and Gobet (2011). New Ideas in Psychology, Vol. 30, No. 3

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