Evolving Lexical Networks. A Simulation Model of Terminological Alignment

Mehler A (2007)
In: Proceedings of the Workshop on Language, Games, and Evolution at the 9th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2007). Benz A, Ebert C, van Rooij R (Eds); 57-67.

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Benz, Anton ; Ebert, Christian ; van Rooij, Robert
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In this paper we describe a simulation model of terminological alignment in a multiagent community. It is based on the notion of an association game which is used instead of the classical notion of a naming game (Steels, 1996). The simulation model integrates a small world-like agent community which restricts agent communication. We hypothesize that this restriction is decisive when it comes to simulate terminological alignment based on lexical priming. The paper presents preliminary experimental results in support of this hypothesis.
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9th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2007)
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Trinity College, Dublin
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2007-08-06-17
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Mehler A. Evolving Lexical Networks. A Simulation Model of Terminological Alignment. In: Benz A, Ebert C, van Rooij R, eds. Proceedings of the Workshop on Language, Games, and Evolution at the 9th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2007). 2007: 57-67.
Mehler, A. (2007). Evolving Lexical Networks. A Simulation Model of Terminological Alignment. In A. Benz, C. Ebert, & R. van Rooij (Eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Language, Games, and Evolution at the 9th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2007) (pp. 57-67).
Mehler, A. (2007). “Evolving Lexical Networks. A Simulation Model of Terminological Alignment” in Proceedings of the Workshop on Language, Games, and Evolution at the 9th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2007), ed. A. Benz, C. Ebert, and R. van Rooij 57-67.
Mehler, A., 2007. Evolving Lexical Networks. A Simulation Model of Terminological Alignment. In A. Benz, C. Ebert, & R. van Rooij, eds. Proceedings of the Workshop on Language, Games, and Evolution at the 9th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2007). pp. 57-67.
A. Mehler, “Evolving Lexical Networks. A Simulation Model of Terminological Alignment”, Proceedings of the Workshop on Language, Games, and Evolution at the 9th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2007), A. Benz, C. Ebert, and R. van Rooij, eds., 2007, pp.57-67.
Mehler, A.: Evolving Lexical Networks. A Simulation Model of Terminological Alignment. In: Benz, A., Ebert, C., and van Rooij, R. (eds.) Proceedings of the Workshop on Language, Games, and Evolution at the 9th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2007). p. 57-67. (2007).
Mehler, Alexander. “Evolving Lexical Networks. A Simulation Model of Terminological Alignment”. Proceedings of the Workshop on Language, Games, and Evolution at the 9th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2007). Ed. Anton Benz, Christian Ebert, and Robert van Rooij. 2007. 57-67.
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