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Insight Grammar Learning

AuthorsGarcia Casademont, Emília; Steels, Luc
KeywordsLanguage acquisition
Insight learning
Insight problem solv-ing
Fluid Construction Grammar
Issue Date2016
PublisherInternational Association for Cognitive Science
CitationJournal of Cognitive Science 17(1): 27-62 (2016)
AbstractWe report on computational experiments in which a learning agent incrementally acquires grammar from a tutoring agent through situated inter-actions. The learner is able to (i) detect impasses in routine language pro-cessing, such as missing a grammatical construction to integrate a word in the rest of the sentence structure, (ii) move to a meta-level to repair these impasses, primarily based on semantics, and (iii) then expand or restructure his grammar using insights gained from repairs. The paper proposes a cog-nitive architecture able to support this kind of insight learning and tests it with a computational implementation for a grammar learning task.
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