The Evolution of Grounded Communication
Special issue of Evolution of Communication 4:1 (2000/01)
| VUB ARTI Laboratory
[Evolution of Communication, 4:1] 2001. iv, 161 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
ForewordSherman Wilcox | p. 1
AIBO’s first words: The social learning of language and meaningLuc Steels & Frédéric Kaplan | pp. 3–32
Learning visually grounded words and syntax of natural spoken languageDeb Roy | pp. 33–56
Conceptual grounding in simulation studies of language acquisitionPeter F. Dominey | pp. 57–85
Bootstrapping grounded symbols by minimal autonomous robotsPaul Vogt | pp. 87–116
The adaptive advantage of symbolic theft over sensorimotor toil: Grounding language in perceptual categoriesAngelo Cangelosi & Stevan Harnad | pp. 117–142
Chris Knight, Michael Studdert-Kennedy & James R. Hurford (Eds.). 2000. The Evolutionary Emergence of Language: Social Function and the Origins of Linguistic FormReviewed by Andrei Popescu-Belis | pp. 143–160
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