A ( very ) brief introduction to fluid construction grammar

  • Steels L
  • de Beule J
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Abstract

Fluid Construction Grammar (FCG) is a new linguistic formalism designed to explore in how far a construction grammar approach can be used for handling open-ended grounded dialogue, i.e. dialogue between or with autonomous embodied agents about the world as experienced through their sensory-motor apparatus. We seek scalable, open-ended language systems by giving agents both the ability to use existing conventions or ontologies, and to invent or learn new ones as the needs arise. This paper contains a brief introduction to the key ideas behind FCG and its current status.

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  • Luc Steels

  • Joachim de Beule

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