Please complete this review form offline and enter into appropriate fields on the Web form. Give reasons that support your answers rather than simply checking boxes.

  1. Does the paper address issues related to aspects of human-level intelligence, complex cognition, or similar topics? Does it discuss these issues from a cognitive systems perspective?

  2. Do the authors state clearly the novel theoretical tenets of their approach to cognitive systems and distinguish them from implementation details, if any?

  3. Does the paper make explicit claims about the capabilities or behavior of their approach? Such claims can take many forms, but they should be stated unambiguously in accessible language.

  4. Do the author(s) present convincing evidence that supports their claims? Such evidence can take different forms, but it should lead a reasonable person to conclude the claims are correct.

  5. Does the paper's writing and organization present its ideas to readers effectively? Can moderately informed readers understand the main contributions and reconstruct the results if desired?

  6. Do you have other comments that support your overall evaluation or do you have detailed suggestions for improving the paper? Any conditions on publication you recommend should be things that the author(s) can reasonably implement in three weeks, not major architectural changes or completely new experimental trials.

  7. Based on the above comments, do you think the paper should be accepted for publication? If you favor conditional acceptance, please itemize the changes necessary for publication.