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Firma en Digital.CSIC (*):
Steels, Luc
Centro o Instituto:
CSIC-UPF - Instituto de Biología Evolutiva (IBE)
Sistemas complejos. Grupo: Evolución del Lenguaje
Categoría Profesional:
ICREA Research Professor
The research is based on the hypothesis that language is a complex adaptive system that emerges through adaptive interactions between agents and continues to evolve in order to remain adapted to the needs and capabilities of the agents. This research has been implemented in fluid construction grammar (FCG), a formalism for construction grammars that has been specially designed for the origins and evolution of language. The approach of computational modeling and the use of virtual and robotic agents grounded in real life is claimed to be theory independent. It enables the researcher to find out exactly what cognitive capacities are needed for certain language phenomena to emerge. It also focuses the researcher in formulating hypotheses in a precise and exact manner, whereas theoretical models often stay very vague.
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DerechosPreviewFecha Public.TítuloAutor(es)Tipo
1closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2016A boy named Sue: The semiotic dynamics of naming and identitySteels, Luc  ; Loetzsch, Martin; Spranger, MichaelArtículo
2openAccessCommunication Development.pdf.jpg2003A distributed learning algorithm for communication developmentJong, Edwin D. de; Steels, Luc  Artículo
3closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg1997A selectionist mechanism for autonomous behavior acquisitionSteels, Luc  Artículo
4openAccessSpatial Vocabulary.pdf.jpg1995A self-organizing spatial vocabularySteels, Luc  Artículo
5closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg19-ago-2016Agent-based models for the emergence and evolution of grammarSteels, Luc  Artículo
6openAccessagent_based_models_Beuls.pdf.jpg18-mar-2013Agent-Based Models of Strategies for the Emergence and Evolution of Grammatical AgreementBeuls, Katrien; Steels, Luc  Artículo
7openAccessAIBO.pdf.jpg2000AIBO’s first words: The social learning of language and meaningSteels, Luc  ; Kaplan, FrédéricArtículo
8openAccessambiguity_origins_syntax_Steels.pdf.jpgene-2015Ambiguity and the origins of syntaxSteels, Luc  ; Garcia Casademont, EmíliaArtículo
9closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2006Collaborative tagging as distributed cognitionSteels, Luc  Artículo
10openAccessCompletion Grammars.pdf.jpg1975Completion grammars and their applicationsSteels, Luc  Artículo
11openAccessComponents of Expertise.pdf.jpg1990Components of expertiseSteels, Luc  Artículo
12openAccessCoordinating Perceptually.pdf.jpg2005Coordinating perceptually grounded categories through language: A case study for colourSteels, Luc  ; Belpaeme, TonyArtículo
13closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg1989Diagnosis with a function-fault modelSteels, Luc  Artículo
14openAccessDiscovering the Competitors.pdf.jpg1996Discovering the competitorsSteels, Luc  Artículo
15closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgdic-2010Does embodiment need to be pushed even further?. Comment on "Embodied language, best fit analysis, and formal compositionality" by J. FeldmanSteels, Luc  Artículo
16openAccessEvolving grounded.pdf.jpg2003Evolving grounded communication for robotsSteels, Luc  Artículo
17closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2006Experiments on the emergence of human communicationSteels, Luc  Artículo
18closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg1990Exploiting analogical representationsSteels, Luc  Artículo
19openAccessFAMOUS faster.pdf.jpg2011FAMOUS, faster: using parallel computing techniques to accelerate the FAMOUS/HadCM3 climate model with a focus on the radiative transfer algorithmHanappe, Peter; Steels, Luc  Artículo
20openAccessFlexible word.pdf.jpg2008Flexible word meaning in embodied agentsWellens, Pieter; Loetzsch, Martin; Steels, Luc  Artículo