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The Grounded Naming Game
This research was carried out at the AI Lab of the University of Brussels (VUB) and the Sony Computer Science Laboratory in Paris.
The grounded colour naming game
Trabajo presentado al 18th International Symposiun on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (Ro-Man), celebrado en Toyama (Japon) del 27 de septiembre al 2 de octubre de 2009.
Open-ended semantics co-evolving with spatial language
A particular semantic modeling approach is introduced as well as the coupling of conceptual structures to the language system and how these systems play together in the evolution of spatial language using humanoid robots is shown.
Perspective alignment in spatial language
It is shown in a series of robotic experiments which cognitive mechanisms are necessary and sufficient to achieve successful spatial language and why and how perspective alignment can take place, either implicitly or based on explicit marking.
Flexible word meaning in embodied agents
Results show that the model can handle an exponential increase in uncertainty and allows scaling towards very large meaning spaces, while retaining the ability to grasp an operational meaning almost instantly for a great number of words.
Open-ended Procedural Semantics
- Michael Spranger, S. Pauw, Martin Loetzsch, L. Steels
- Computer ScienceLanguage Grounding in Robots
This chapter introduces the computational infrastructure that is used to bridge the gap between results from sensorimotor processing and language and contains mechanisms for finding networks, chunking subnetworks for more efficient later reuse, and completing partial networks.
Open-ended Grounded Semantics
Recent progress in modeling open-ended, grounded semantics through a unified software system that addresses problems of uncertainty and ambiguity in transmission is presented.
Syntactic Indeterminacy and Semantic Ambiguity: A Case Study for German Spatial Phrases
This chapter presents an operational grammar for German spatial language, in particular German locative phrases, as a case study for processing distributed information. It investigates the complex…
The Semantics of SIT, STAND, and LIE Embodied in Robots
The Semantics of SIT, STAND, and LIE Embodied in Robots Michael Spranger (firstname.lastname@example.org) SONY Computer Science Laboratory Paris, 6, Rue Amyot, 75005 Paris, France Martin Loetzsch…
Babel - A Tool for Running Experiments on the Evolution of Language
This chapter introduces Babel, a tool framework that has been developed to engage in extensive repeatable multi-agent experiments including experiments with embodied robots.