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ABISPA: Apprentissage Bayésien Intersensoriel de Structures Phonologiques par un Androïde bébé

@inproceedings{Bo2005ABISPAAB,
  title={ABISPA: Apprentissage Bay{\'e}sien Intersensoriel de Structures Phonologiques par un Andro{\"i}de b{\'e}b{\'e}},
  author={Louis-Jean Bo{\"e} and J. L. Schwartz},
  year={2005}
}
Le projet ABISPA a tente d'apporter des elements de reponse a deux questions imbriquees : 1. Comment un « androide bebe » peut-il acquerir le controle des gestes pour produire des signaux associes a des representations phonologiques ? 2. Comment cet « androide » peut-il apprendre des cibles, des invariances et les representations phonologiques associees a partir d'informations auditives, visuelles et orosensorielles ? ABISPA a associe – peut-etre pour la premiere fois en France – des chercheurs… 

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