@INCOLLECTION { spranger:12g, address = {New York},author = {Spranger, Michael and Pauw, Simon and Loetzsch, Martin and Steels, Luc},booktitle = {Language Grounding in Robots},editor = {Steels, Luc and Hild, Manfred},note = {Language},pages = {153--172},publisher = {Springer},title = {Open-ended Procedural Semantics},type = {INCOLLECTION},year = {2012},url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4614-3064-3_8},abstract = {This chapter introduces the computational infrastructure that is used to bridge the gap between results from sensorimotor processing and language. It consists of a system called Incremental Recruitment Language (IRL) that is able to configure a network of cognitive operations to achieve a particular communicative goal. IRL contains mechanisms for finding such networks, chunking subnetworks for more efficient later reuse, and completing partial networks (as possibly derived from incomplete or only partially understood sentences).}}