Hi, since nobody answered my question about packaging Lisp application such as the one that is the subject of this RFS, I decided there might not be any problems with it. You can find the package at http://neutronic.mine.nu/unstable. Source: actr5 Version: 20040422 Section: science Priority: optional Maintainer: Francois-Denis Gonthier <firstname.lastname@example.org> Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 4.0.0), cmucl, dpatch Standards-Version: 220.127.116.11 Package: actr5 Architecture: i386 Depends: cmucl Description: Cognitive architecture ACT-R is a cognitive architecture: a theory for simulating and understanding human cognition. More simply put, by simulating an high-level model of the way is thought to work, cognitive architecture aim to simulate they way an humain think, and react to various stimulus. The architecture can even simulate the time it takes for an human to react or it can simulate why and how an human brain can forget something. . Be aware, that this software does not come with tutorial, documentation, or examples. This software is aimed at researchers and students that have some experience in cognitive science, and, despite being built on top of Common Lisp, isn't especially friendly to untrained programmers.
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