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EPIC (Executive-Process/Interactive Control) is a cognitive architecture developed by David E. Kieras and David E. Meyer at the University of Michigan. Differently from other cognitive architectures, EPIC is mainly aimed at providing a detailed account of human perceptual and motor operations. It has been especially useful for building cognitive models in the domain of Human computer interaction.

Many features of EPIC's perceptual/motor capabilities have been later incorporated into the ACT-R cognitive architecture.

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