Spranger, M., Loetzsch, M. and Pauw, S. Open-ended Grounded Semantics. In Coelho, H. and Studer, R. and Woolridge, M., editor, Proceedings of the 19th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2010), pages 929-934, 2010 IOS Press.

Sony CSL authors: Martin Loetzsch, Simon Pauw, Michael Spranger

Abstract

Artificial agents trying to achieve communicative goals in situated interactions in the real-world need powerful computational systems for conceptualizing their environment. In order to provide embodied artificial systems with rich semantics reminiscent of human language complexity, agents need ways of both conceptualizing complex compositional semantic structure and actively reconstructing semantic structure, due to uncertainty and ambiguity in transmission. Furthermore, the systems must be open-ended and adaptive and allow agents to adjust their semantic inventories in order to reach their goals. This paper presents recent progress in modeling open-ended, grounded semantics through a unified software system that addresses these problems.

Keywords: grounding, semantics, irl

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@INPROCEEDINGS { spranger:10b, AUTHOR="Spranger, M. and Loetzsch, M. and Pauw, S.", BOOKTITLE="Proceedings of the 19th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2010)", EDITOR="Coelho, H. and Studer, R. and Woolridge, M.", PAGES="929--934", PUBLISHER="IOS Press", TITLE="Open-ended Grounded Semantics", YEAR="2010", }