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Brief Study of LISP
N SHARMA – pnrsolution.org
… expressions, SHRDLU, natural language understanding computer program, Prolog, flexibility, edit-test-debug cycle. History … [3] SHRDLU was an early natural language understanding computer program, developed by Terry Winograd at MIT in 1968–1970 …

From “Beyond Belief”: Notional Attitudes1
D Dennett – The Twin Earth Chronicles: Twenty Years of …, 2016 – books.google.com
… Artificial Intelligence. Consider, for instance, the now famous SHRDLU system of Winograd (1972). SHRDLU is a “robot” that “lives in” a world consisting of a table on which there are blocks of various colors and shapes. It perceives …

Introduction to semantic parsing
B MacCartney – 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… guts. 5 Page 6. SHRDLU (Winograd 1972) Find a block which is taller than the one you are holding and put it into the box. OK … the one which I told you to pick up? YES, THE RED CUBE. http://youtube.com/watch?v=8SvD-lNg0TA http://hci.stanford.edu/winograd/shrdlu/ 6 Page 7 …

An extension of ISO-Space for annotating object direction
D Gotou, H Nishikawa… – The 12th Workshop on …, 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Winograd’s SHRDLU is the first and seminal working system that is capable of dealing with the spatial placement problem (Winograd, 1972) … More recently, Tellex et al.(2011) realised a SHRDLU-like system in the real environment …

Q&A on Database using NLP
N Mandhan, A Ahuja, K Jain, HD Gadade – ijniet.org
… International Journal of New Innovations in Engineering and Technology Volume 4 Issue 4 – April 2016 5 ISSN : 2319-6319 SHRDLU (Terry Winograd, 1968) was an early natural language understanding computer program, developed by Terry Winograd at MIT in 1968–1970 …

Microworlds for learning Object-Oriented Programming: Considerations from research to practice
F Djelil, A Albouy-Kissi, B Albouy-Kissi… – Journal of Interactive …, 2016 – learntechlib.org
… means. according to bruillard (1997), the term microworld had its genesis in the Winograd’s shrDlu program (Winograd, 1972), which operates within a small area (the shrDlu’s world) to move various basic objects around in it …

Inductive Logic Programming: Challenges.
K Inoue, H Ohwada, A Yamamoto – AAAI, 2016 – aaai.org
… De Raedt firstly looked back on Winograd’s SHRDLU and reinterpreted its tasks with modern AI technologies. Now is the time to re- move the assumptions of SHRDLU such as perfect knowl- edge about the world and deterministic …

Miss Michael’s Sister Is TK «Honored On US Stamp
CIM Magazine – digitalcommons.georgiasouthern …
… Did you people ever meet Etaoin Shrdlu? He has been in the news quite a bit lately, I hear, but then he has been in for .the last 63 years … Poor Etaoin Shrdlu was never meant to be, but here are the details. Etaoin Shrdlu is the Linotype operator’s own particular crea- tion …

Enhancing safe human-robot collaboration through natural multimodal communication
I Maurtua, I Fernandez, J Kildal… – … (ETFA), 2016 IEEE …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… SHRDLU is an early example of a system that was able to process instructions in natural language and perform ma- nipulations in a virtual environment [9]. Later on, researchers extended SHRDLU’s capabilities in real world environments …

An Evaluation of the Conversation Agent System
OS Goh, YJ Kumar, NH Choon, PH Leong… – Asian Conference on …, 2016 – Springer
… Mentalese, or ‘language of thought’, and conceptual representation support the ideas of a top-down approach [3]. This was also supported by research in generation schemas [4], rhetorical structure theory [5], summarisation [6], plan-based approaches, [7], and SHRDLU [8] the …

A Bottom Up Parser in Prolog
M Balabel – 2016 – sfs.uni-tuebingen.de
… Complete Example Augmented with Parse Tree Lexicon entries: word(that, relpro). word(terry, pn(pn(terry))). word(shrdlu, pn(pn(shrdlu))). word(halts, iv(iv(halts))). word(a, det(det(a))). word(program, n(n(program))). word(writes, tv(tv(writes))). Page 22 …

How mobile robots can self-organise a vocabulary
P Vogt – 2016 – oapen.org
… Early computer pro- grams that modelled natural language, notably shrdlu (Winograd 1972) were completely pre-programmed, and hence could not handle the complete scope of a natural language. It could only handle that part of the language that was pre- programmed …

Proceedings of the Workshop on Uphill Battles in Language Processing: Scaling Early Achievements to Robust Methods
A Louis, M Roth, B Webber, M White… – Proceedings of the …, 2016 – aclweb.org
… another. While there were significant early achievements (including systems such as SHRDLU, LUNAR and COOP), the knowledge they were based on and the techniques they employed could not be scaled up for practical use …

Human, machines, and the interpretation of formal systems
P Silva – AI & society, 2016 – Springer
… If the computer had been programmed in a language adequately capturing the connection with the external world, it would start having an intelligent exchange with the world (see, eg Minsky 1968, for semantic information processing; Winograd 1971, for SHRDLU, the virtual …

The mind in action: A personal view of cognitive science
A Garnham – 2016 – books.google.com
… Figures 1.1 Some optical illusions 6 1.2 The BLOCKSWORLD at the beginning of the conversation between SHRDLU and its user 1.3 Schematic diagram of a connectionist machine 2.1 Picture of a sculpture by Henry Moore and the boundaries found by sets of detectors …

Planning, Scheduling and Dependability in Safe Human-Robot Interactions
A Shafti, A Orlandini – icaps16.icaps-conference.org
… SHRDLU is an early example of a system that was able to process instructions in natural-language and per- form manipulations in a virtual environment (Winograd 1971). Researchers followed on that work towards extending …

Computerized spatial language generation for object location
G Lara, A De Antonio, A Peña – Virtual Reality, 2016 – Springer
… Developed by / Cited by. Description. SHRDLU (1971). Terry Winograd (at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory) (Winograd 1971) / 1. Kelleher (2003) and 2. Barclay (2010). A system for the computer understanding of English … 2D. 3D. Human–computer. Robot. SHRDLU. ?. ? …

Perceptual symbol grounding through child-like natural language interaction and learning
I Perera – 2016 – urresearch.rochester.edu
Page 1. Perceptual Symbol Grounding Through Child-Like Natural Language Interaction and Learning by Ian Perera Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Philosophy Supervised by Professor James F. Allen …

Narrative as Material Practice: A Digital Domain
K Madej – Interactivity, Collaboration, and Authoring in Social …, 2016 – Springer
… used. Text Adventure Antecedents: ELIZA and SHRDLU. In literary … adventures (Adventure). Text adventures evolved from early computer research into natural- language dialogue such as the ELIZA/Doctor scripts and SHRDLU . These …

Hybrid computing using a neural network with dynamic external memory
A Graves, G Wayne, M Reynolds, T Harley, I Danihelka… – Nature, 2016 – nature.com
… To do this, we created a block puzzle game inspired by Winograd’s SHRDLU30— a classic artificial intelligence demonstration of an environment with movable objects and a rule-based agent that executed user instructions …

Probabilistic models for scalable knowledge graph construction
J Pujara – 2016 – search.proquest.com
… One development that garnered particular attention in the domain was the SHRDLU system (Winograd, 1972) which emphasized procedural knowledge over logical representation and restricted the domain to a micro-world, which offered a simplied environment with a limited …

Generating disambiguating paraphrases for structurally ambiguous sentences
M Duan, E Hill, M White – LAW X, 2016 – aclweb.org
… 1 Introduction While early dialogue systems such as SHRDLU (Winograd, 1973) were capable of asking ques- tions to clarify the meaning of structurally am- biguous sentences, to our knowledge the task of generating questions to clarify structural ambigu- ities has not been …

Learning executable semantic parsers for natural language understanding
P Liang – Communications of the ACM, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… 1960s. Early examples included LUNAR, a natural language interface into a database about moon rocks, 34 and SHRDLU, a system that could both answer questions and perform actions in a toy blocks world environment. 32 …

Geometric Concept Acquisition by Deep Reinforcement Learning
A Kuefler – stanford.edu
… 2. Previous Work Blocks worlds have a long history in both AI and cogni- tive pscyhology. SHRDLU [8], one of the earliest instances, relied on the simple, discrete semantics of the setup in order to explore natural language understanding in an instruction- following system …

Pronominal Reference Type Identification and Event Anaphora Resolution for Hindi.
V Mujadia, P Gupta… – Int. J. Comput …, 2016 – ijcla.bahripublications.com
… and rule based approaches for anaphora resolu- tion. SHRDLU [5], CogNIAC [6] and Kennedy [7] devise syn- tactic and relevance based heuristics for personal pronoun res- olution. Mitkov ([8] and [9]) demonstrated a robust …

TOP10 TOOLS FOR NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING (NLP)-RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
A Nayyar, V Puri – The CSI Vision:” lT for Masses – csi-india.org
… Test as a criterion of intelligence. Some NLP systems like SHRDLU was developed in 1960s, ELIZA based smart Artificial Intelligence systems developed in 1964-66 by Joseph Weizenbaum. In 1970s many programmers wrote …

Unsupervised Natural Language Acquisition and Grounding to Visual Representations for Robotic Systems
M Alomari, P Duckworth, Y Gatsoulis, DC Hogg… – cognitum.ws
… Page 2. 2 Related Work Language acquisition has been a long standing objective of AI and cognitive research. One of the earliest computers capable of understanding natural language commands to perform sim- ple tasks in a virtual world was SHRDLU [Winograd, 1972] …

Analytic approach for natural language based supervisory control of robotic manipulations
Y Cheng, J Bao, Y Jia, Z Deng… – … (ROBIO), 2016 IEEE …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Originating with SHRDLU [7], logic based methods employ compositional structure to translate lan- guage commands into implementable action plans. MacMa- hon et al. [8] translate NL commands into parameterized action plans to follow route instructions. Kress-Gazit et al …

Language Grounding towards Situated Human-Robot Communication
JY Chai – coli.uni-saarland.de
… Joyce Y. Chai Language and Interaction Research Laboratory Department of Computer Science and Engineering Michigan State University Page 2. From SHRDLU to Human-Robot Communication (Winograd 1972) • Virtual or symbolic world: the world is known …

Eviza: A Natural Language Interface for Visual Analysis
V Setlur, SE Battersby, M Tory, R Gossweiler… – Proceedings of the 29th …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… SHRDLU was one of the earliest systems to interface with a spatial environment by combining semantic and syntactic analysis with a body of world knowledge [37]. Another early application for natural language input was to express database queries [11] …

Comparison of QUARS with Various Question Answering System
L Sharma, V Dhir – Journal of Network Communications and Emerging …, 2016 – jncet.org
… SHRDLU 7 is perhaps the first AI System to accept the user query and send a reply to the user. Another well remembered system in this tradition is START1. Page 2 … 35-84. [7] Ward N, SHRDLU , In Encyclopaedia of Cognitive Science, Nature Publishing Group, 2002 …

Defining the Malice Space with Natural Language Processing Techniques
T Patten, C Call, D Mitchell, J Taylor… – Cybersecurity …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Systemic functional grammars have been used in several seminal NLP systems including the SHRDLU language understanding program [5] and the Penman natural language generation system [6]. A systemic functional grammar explicitly represents the space of functional …

Knowledge the determining factor in the evolution of artificial intelligence
A Burciu, E Iancu – … Journal of Reviews and Studies in …, 2016 – studiesandresearches.net
… During this period of evolution AI were created and other interesting programs such as Parry, which was created to test a psychological pattern of paranoid; Shrdlu was a program designed to respond to orders or plans to build apartment blocks pyramids related configuration …

Introduction: Why This Book?
J Hendler, AM Mulvehill – Social Machines, 2016 – Springer
… The way that humans use language was used to develop natural language understanding theories and programs like Terry Winograd’s SHRDLU 17 or Roger Schank’s MARGIE … 17 Winograd, T., SHRDLU, 1968 (described at http://hci.stanford.edu/winograd/shrdlu/ ) …

Benchmarking Mi-AR: Malay anaphora resolution
BCM Xian, MA Saloot, ASM Ghazali… – Optoelectronics and …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Winograd [5] introduced the SHRDLU system that rates the preference of antecedents based on the syntactic position that subject is preferred to object and that both are preferred to the object of a preposition. Rich and LuperFoy [6] explained a pronominal AR system …

Social Machines
HJ Hendler, AM Mulvehill – Springer
… 16Hinton, GE (2014); “Where do features come from?”, Cognitive Science, Vol. 38(6), pp 1078-1101. 17Winograd, T., SHRDLU, 1968 (described at http://hci.stanford.edu/winograd/shrdlu/ ). 18http://amturing.acm.org/award_winners/feigenbaum_4167235.cfm , 1994 …

Constraint-based modeling: from cognitive theory to computer tutoring–and back again
S Ohlsson – International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in …, 2016 – Springer
… The distinction between declarative and procedural knowledge originally emerged in the field of Artificial Intelligence, specifically in the discussion of Terry Winograd’s natural language understanding system Shrdlu, in which the meanings of sentences were represented in …

Embodied cognitive semantics for quantification
S Pauw, J Hilferty – Belgian Journal of Linguistics, 2016 – jbe-platform.com
… In order to reach their communicative goals, the agents rely on Incremental Recruitment Language (IRL). IRL is a procedural semantics in the same spirit as Winograd’s SHRDLU framework (Winogrady 1980). Conceptualization …

Natural Language Processing: A Review
SR Joseph, H Hlomani, K Letsholo, F Kaniwa… – researchgate.net
… According to Liddy [1] these include: Weizenbaum’s ELIZA [30] which was built to replicate the conversation between a psychologist and a patient, simple by permuting or echoing the user input; Winograd’s SHRDLU simulation [8] of a robot that manipulated blocks on a tabletop …

Mediated Cognition: Information Technologies and the Sciences of Mind
AJ Mcmillan – 2016 – yorkspace.library.yorku.ca
Page 1. Mediated Cognition: Information Technologies and the Sciences of Mind Alasdair J. McMillan A Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy …

Intelligence in Artificial Intelligence
SPA Datta – arXiv preprint arXiv:1610.07862, 2016 – arxiv.org
… of mind, say at birth” the reader is urged to review Patterns in the Mind by Ray Jackendoff (1966) and then take into consideration the field of linguistics and natural language development (1970, PhD thesis of Terry Winograd, MIT http://hci.stanford.edu/winograd/shrdlu/AITR-235 …

Cummings’s typewriter language: the typography of Tulips & Chimneys
D Matore – Textual Practice, 2016 – Taylor & Francis
… of newsprint, rather than the precision of book design and the typography of modernist poetry; even in the realm of journalism Hugh Kenner illustrates the machine’s lack of subtlety in recalling how botched lines of newsprint were stuffed with the letters ETAION SHRDLU, as the …

Thesaurus with Predicate-Argument Structure to Provide Base Framework to Determine States, Actions, and Change-of-States
K Takeuchi – Computational and Cognitive Approaches to …, 2016 – books.google.com
… generation in computational linguistics. A successful system in natural language generation is SHRDLU, which is a question-answering system according to the world of toy blocks (Winograd, 1972, 1983). The system was constructed …

Some interesting steps in the evolution of robotics and intelligence
GL Kovács – … Technologies for Intelligent Decision Making Support …, 2016 – elibrary.ru
… Some interesting steps in the evolution of robotics and intelligence 4 1972-MYCIN: the first practical expert system, using production rules, 1972-Terry Winograd natural language processing program SHRDLU 1974-Minsky publishes „Frames of Knowledge Processing” 1975 …

Conversational Interfaces: Past and Present
M McTear, Z Callejas, D Griol – The Conversational Interface, 2016 – Springer
… 1963), SHRDLU (Winograd 1972), and GUS (Bobrow et al. 1977). By the early 1980s, researchers were beginning to realize that linguistic competence alone could not guarantee the “intelligence” of a conversational interface …

Situated Action
P Turner – HCI Redux, 2016 – Springer
… tends to be confined to specific domains such as rule-based medical reasoning (as employed by expert systems such as Mycin (eg Shortcliffe 1976), language and story comprehension (eg Charniak 1972), and scene comprehension using SHRDLU (Winograd 1972) …

Introduction to Cognitive Systems
P Érdi, M Bányai – … : Volume 1: Fuzzy Logic, Systems, Artificial …, 2016 – books.google.com
… One of the pioneers of AI, Terry Winograd created a software (SHRDLU) to understand a Page 357 … SHRDLU was instructed to move various objects around in the “blocks world” containing various basic objects: blocks, cones, balls, etc …

Interactivity, Collaboration, and Authoring in Social Media
K Madej – 2016 – books.google.com
… 41 Hypermedia….. 45 Text Adventure Antecedents: ELIZA and SHRDLU … 47 SHRDLU’s structures and basic dialogue….. 49 Adventure as it appeared on a PDP10 in 1977 …

Anaphora Resolution
M Poesio, R Stuckardt, Y Versley – 2016 – Springer
… Well known examples are Bobrow’s STUDENT system [4], Winograd’s SHRDLU/Blocksworld [38], and Woods’s LUNAR system [39]; the anaphora resolution approaches are rule-based, typically employing basic pattern-matching techniques tailored to resolve instances of …

History of Artificial Intelligence
M Flasi?ski – Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, 2016 – Springer
… It resulted in the construction of well-known NLP systems such as ELIZA 24 simulating a psychotherapist, which was constructed by Joseph Weizenbaum 25 in 1966, SHRDLU, the first system which understood a natural language in the context of a simplified world-like …

Introduction to Human-Harmonized Information Technology
T Nishida – Human-Harmonized Information Technology, Volume 1, 2016 – Springer
… 1967. Formula Manipulation System Macsyma by J. Moses. 1967. Dendral for Mass Spectrum Analysis by E. Feigenbaum. 1971. Natural Language Dialogue System SHRDLU, by T. Winograd. 1973. Combinatorial Explosion problem pointed out in The Lighthill report. 1974 …

THE JAPANESE HOUSE Architecture & Life after 1945
P Ciorra, K Hosaka, F Ostende – maxxi.art
… never-ending nights on Skype to tune up with our team. We also acknowledge Etaoin Shrdlu Studio, responsible for the graphic image of the show. In London, Luke Naessens has been responsible for researching and writing …

Artificial intelligence: What Everyone Needs to Know
J Kaplan – 2016 – books.google.com
Page 1. º º º tº — º *. º: — ARTIFICIAL |NTELLIGENCE W H AT EWER Y ONE N EEDS TO KNO We JERRY KAPLAN Page 2. i ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WHAT EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW® Page 3. ii Page 4. iii ARTIFICIAL …

Agentní p?ístup k dialogovému ?ízení
T Nestorovi? – 2016 – otik.uk.zcu.cz
… structure and underlying intentions. A well known system from that era is SHRDLU [Win72] to move objects on a screen from one place to another, allowing its users to operate it using fully natural sentences. The early 1980’s …

Training neural word embeddings for transfer learning and translation
S Gouws – 2016 – scholar.sun.ac.za
… into significant problems, as the number of rules required to accu- rately capture the rich ambiguity and expressiveness of natural languages quickly exploded, making rule-based approaches only useful in very limited and reduced domains (such as the SHRDLU blocks world [3 …

A Novel Model for QUestion Answering Railway System: QUARS
L Sharma, V Dhir, K Kaur – Indian Journal of Science and Technology, 2016 – 52.172.159.94
… Proceedings of IRE-AIEE- ACM ’61 (Western) Papers presented at the western joint IRE-AIEE-ACM Computer Conference; 1963 May. p. 219– 24. 5. Ward N, SHRDLU. Encyclopaedia of Cognitive Science, Nature Publishing Group; 2002. 6. Woods WA …

Unrestricted Natural Language Implementation in Programming
D Satu, A Avinash – 2016 – irjet.net
… possibility they actually meant. 4.2.Early Systems One of the first natural language interfaces is SHRDLU (Winograd, 1972), which allows users to interact with a number of objects in what was called Blocksworld. This system is …

Early Approaches to Anaphora Resolution: Theoretically Inspired and Heuristic-Based
M Poesio, R Stuckardt, Y Versley, R Vieira – Anaphora Resolution, 2016 – Springer
… The effect of recency on anaphoric interpretation is easy to notice; as a result, some mechanism to incorporate such preferences in anaphora resolution systems was present from the very early days and at least since the history lists of Winograd’s shrdlu [88] – data structures …

Introduction to artificial intelligence
M Flasi?ski – 2016 – books.google.com
… It resulted in the construction of well-known NLP systems such as ELIZA24 simulating a psychotherapist, which was constructed by Joseph Weizenbaum25 in 1966, SHRDLU, the first system which understood a natural language in the context of a simplified world-like …

Errors, Insights, and Lessons of Famous Artificial Intelligence Predictions
S Armstrong, K Sotala… – Risks of Artificial …, 2016 – books.google.com
Page 41. Chapter 3 Errors, Insights, and Lessons of Famous Artificial Intelligence Predictions And What They Mean for the Future Stuart Armstrong, Kaj Sotala, and Seán S. ÓhÉigeartaigh CONTENTS 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Taxonomy of Predictions 3.2. 1 Prediction Types 3.2 …

Computational models of referring: a study in cognitive science
K van Deemter – 2016 – books.google.com
Page 1. Computational Models of Referring A STUDY |N COGNITIVE SCIENCE Kees Van Deermter Page 2. COMPUTATIONAL MODELS OF REFERRING Page 3. Page 4. COMPUTATIONAL MODELS OF REFERRING A Study …

The book: production and participation
SE Luck, JW Lamp, A Craig… – Library Review, 2016 – emeraldinsight.com
… This increased the speed of setting to 25,000 characters per hour (PKIU, 1979, p. 9). The independence of the keyboard from the casting unit also saw the change from the linotype “ETAOIN SHRDLU” keyboard layout to the typewriter “QWERTY” layout …

An Oral Exam for Measuring a Dialog System’s Capabilities.
D Cohen, I Lane – AAAI, 2016 – aaai.org
… A similar approach was used to demon- strate understanding and intelligence in early dialog systems such as SHRDLU (Winograd 1971). However, questions and passages were often selected to demonstrate rather than to realistically evaluate capabilities …

Bibliography of Smith County, Texas–FN
V Betts – 2016 – scholarworks.uttyler.edu
… Smith County Historical Society Archives. Manuscript also at Tyler Public Library. Woods, Gilmer T. Etaoin Shrdlu (Eta-ó-in shir-del-ú): A Nostalgic Journey Down Memory Lane. [Austin, TX]: G. Woods, 1993. Held by Texas State Library …

Evolved and engineered information processing architectures
EJS Campus – cs.bham.ac.uk
Page 1. Much revised version of Psychology talk first given in October 2007 Evolved and engineered information processing architectures for vision and language Aaron Sloman http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/˜axs/ Ideas developed with Jackie Chappell (Biosciences, Birmingham) …

Escaping the Local Minimum
K Friedman – Artificial Intelligence, 2016 – futureai.media.mit.edu
Page 1. Escaping the Local Minimum Kenneth Friedman May 9, 2016 Artificial Intelligence performs gradient descent. The AI field discovers a path of success, and then travels that path until progress stops (when a local minimum is reached) …

Barefoot Boy with Cheek: A Novel
M Shulman – 2016 – books.google.com
Page 1. | Ba?efoºt Bºy 3| With Cheek #|- Max shui MAN Page 2. EARLY BIRD BOOKS FRESH EBOOK DEALS, DELIVERED DAILY LOVE TO READ? LOVE GREAT SALES? GET FANTASTIC DEALS ON BESTSELLING EBOOKS DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX EVERY DAY …

Joyce and the Rhythms of the Alphabet
S Baron – European Joyce Studies, 2016 – questia.com
… of Bloom’s name in the paper in “Eumaeus” (“L. Boom” [U 16: 1260]), or the other typo Joyce deliberately introduced in “Eumaeus” (“.)eatondph 1/8 ador dorador douradora” [U 16.1257-58]) in a failed attempt, as Kenner has shown, to replicate ‘etaoin shrdlu’, the commonest …

The evolution of grounded spatial language
M Spranger – 2016 – oapen.org
Page 1. The evolution of grounded spatial language Michael Spranger Computational Models of Language Evolution 5 language science press Page 2. Computational Models of Language Evolution Editors: Luc Steels, Remi van Trijp In this series: 1. Steels, Luc …

Modelo computacional para la generación de indicaciones en la localización de objetos en entornos virtuales: aspectos espaciales y perceptivos
G Lara López – 2016 – oa.upm.es
Page 1. DEPARTAMENTO DE LENGUAJES, SISTEMAS INFORMÁTICOS E INGENIERÍA DEL SOFTWARE UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE MADRID ESCUELA TÉCNICA SUPERIOR DE INGENIEROS INFORMÁTICOS TESIS DOCTORAL …

How the Mind Comes into Being: An introduction to cognitive science from a functional and computational perspective
MV Butz, EF Kutter – 2016 – books.google.com
Page 1. How THE MIND COMES INTO BEING Introducing Cognitive Science from a Functional and Computational Perspective Martin V. Butz and Esther F. Kutter Page 2. How the Mind Comes Into Being Page 3. Page 4. How …

AI: Its nature and future
MA Boden – 2016 – books.google.com
Page 1. MARGAR ET A. BOD EN |5 milli?º i? fill?º Page 2. AI Page 3. Page 4. Its nature and future MARGARET A. BODEN 1 Page 5. 1 Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, ox? ?dp, United Kingdom Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford …

Towards an Indexical Model of Situated Language Comprehension for Cognitive Agents in Physical Worlds
S Mohan, A Mininger, J Laird – arXiv preprint arXiv:1604.02509, 2016 – arxiv.org
Page 1. Advances in Cognitive Systems 3 (2014) **–* Submitted 9/2013; published 5/2014 Towards an Indexical Model of Situated Language Comprehension for Cognitive Agents in Physical Worlds Shiwali Mohan SHIWALI@UMICH.EDU Aaron H. Mininger …

1941 Clemson Budget Requests Listed; Explained
RL HEMPSTEAD – tigerprints.clemson.edu
Page 1. Clemson University TigerPrints Tiger Newspapers Publications 11-28-1940 The Tiger Vol. XXXVI No.10 – 1940-11-28 Clemson University Follow this and additional works at: http://tigerprints.clemson.edu/tiger_newspaper …

Integrated Digital Language Learning: Case Studies
G Antoniadis, C Fairon, S Granger, O Kraif, J Medori23… – researchgate.net
Page 1. Technical report Integrated Digital Language Learning: Case Studies Georges Antoniadis1, Cédrick Fairon2, Sylviane Granger3, Olivier Kraif1, Julia Medori23, Claude Ponton1, Virginie Zampa1 1Université Stendhal de Grenoble, Laboratoire LIDILEM …

On” missing the point”: a defence of Seymour Papert’s” exercise in an applied genetic epistemology”
R Bagus – 2016 – wiredspace.wits.ac.za
Page 1. “” ON “MISSING THE POINT” : A DEFENCE OF SEYMOUR PAPER.TI S “EXERCISE IN AN APPLIElD GENETIC EPIST!MOr,.OGYu 1/ Rasha.d Bagus o )\ {I) \-\ Degree a.wa.rdedwitl:l distinction 10 December ),992 11 …

The Routledge Handbook to Nineteenth-Century British Periodicals and Newspapers
A King, A Easley, J Morton – 2016 – books.google.com
Page 1. THE ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK fo R NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS Edited by ANDREW KING, ALEXIS EASLEY, AND JOHN MORTON Page 2. The Routledge Handbook to …

Tiger
WN Bruce – tigerprints.clemson.edu
Page 1. Clemson University TigerPrints Tiger Newspapers Publications 4-17-1952 The Tiger Vol. XLV No. 26 – 1952-04-17 Clemson University Follow this and additional works at: http://tigerprints.clemson.edu/tiger_newspaper …

Social machines: the coming collision of artificial intelligence, social networking, and humanity
J Hendler, AM Mulvehill – 2016 – books.google.com
… 16Hinton, GE (2014); “Where do features come from?”, Cognitive Science, Vol. 38(6), pp 1078-1101. 17Winograd, T., SHRDLU, 1968 (described at http://hci.stanford.edu/winograd/shrdlu/). 18http://amturing.acm.org/award_winners/feigenbaum_4167235.cfm , 1994. 8 Page 21 …

Why Do We Want To Live In Cybernetics?
P Pangaro – Cybernetics & Human Knowing, 2016 – ingentaconnect.com
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A high?capacity and secure least significant bit embedding approach based on word and letter frequencies
MH Alshayeji, SA Al?Roomi… – Security and …, 2016 – Wiley Online Library
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Resolving Perception Based Problems in Human-Computer Dialogue
N Schutte – 2016 – arrow.dit.ie
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Incrementally resolving references in order to identify visually present objects in a situated dialogue setting
C Kennington – 2016 – pub.uni-bielefeld.de
Page 1. Incrementally Resolving References in Order to Identify Visually Present Objects in a Situated Dialogue Setting Casey R. Kennington Doctor of Philosophy Department of Linguistics and Literature Bielefeld University 2016 Page 2 …

The conversational interface
M McTear, Z Callejas, D Griol – New York: Springer, 2016 – Springer
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HCI Redux: The Promise of Post-Cognitive Interaction
P Turner – 2016 – Springer
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The Zebra Derby: A Novel
M Shulman – 2016 – books.google.com
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