Advances in Embodied Construction Grammar
Jerome A. Feldman |
International Computer Science Institute
University of California Berkeley
This chapter describes the continuing goals and present status of the ICSI/UC Berkeley efforts on Embodied Construction Grammar (ECG). ECG is semantics-based formalism grounded in cognitive linguistics. ECG is the most explicitly inter-disciplinary of the construction grammars with deep links to computation, neuroscience, and cognitive science. Work continues on core cognitive, computational, and linguistic issues, including aspects of the mind/body problem. Much of the recent emphasis has been on applications and on tools to facilitate new applications. Extensive documentation plus downloadable systems and grammars can be found at the ECG Homepage.
- 2.The basics of embodied construction grammar
- 4.Some additional aspects of ECG
- 5.ECG2, system and applications