@INCOLLECTION { steels:12d, address = {New York},author = {Steels, Luc and De Beule, Joachim and Wellens, Pieter},booktitle = {Language Grounding in Robots},editor = {Steels, Luc and Hild, Manfred},note = {Language},pages = {195--213},publisher = {Springer},title = {Fluid Construction Grammar on Real Robots},type = {INCOLLECTION},year = {2012},url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4614-3064-3_10},abstract = {

This chapter introduces very briefly the framework and tools for lexical and grammatical processing that have been used in the evolutionary language game experiments reported in this book. This framework is called Fluid Construction Grammar (FCG) because it rests on a constructional approach to language and emphasizes flexible grammar application. Construction grammar organizes the knowledge needed for parsing or producing utterances in terms of bi-directional mappings between meaning and form. In line with other contemporary linguistic formalisms, FCG uses feature structures and unification and includes several innovations which make the formalism more adapted to implement flexible and robust language processing systems on real robots. This chapter is an introduction to the formalism and how it is used in processing.

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