Grounded internal body models for communication: Integration of sensory, motor and visual spaces for mediating conceptualization

Schilling M (2012)
In: Language Grounding in Robots. Steels L, Hild M (Eds);Springer, Berlin: 131-150.

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Schilling M. Grounded internal body models for communication: Integration of sensory, motor and visual spaces for mediating conceptualization. In: Steels L, Hild M, eds. Language Grounding in Robots. Springer, Berlin; 2012: 131-150.
Schilling, M. (2012). Grounded internal body models for communication: Integration of sensory, motor and visual spaces for mediating conceptualization. In L. Steels & M. Hild (Eds.), Language Grounding in Robots (pp. 131-150). Springer, Berlin.
Schilling, M. (2012). “Grounded internal body models for communication: Integration of sensory, motor and visual spaces for mediating conceptualization” in Language Grounding in Robots, ed. L. Steels and M. Hild (Springer, Berlin), 131-150.
Schilling, M., 2012. Grounded internal body models for communication: Integration of sensory, motor and visual spaces for mediating conceptualization. In L. Steels & M. Hild, eds. Language Grounding in Robots. Springer, Berlin, pp. 131-150.
M. Schilling, “Grounded internal body models for communication: Integration of sensory, motor and visual spaces for mediating conceptualization”, Language Grounding in Robots, L. Steels and M. Hild, eds., Springer, Berlin, 2012, pp.131-150.
Schilling, M.: Grounded internal body models for communication: Integration of sensory, motor and visual spaces for mediating conceptualization. In: Steels, L. and Hild, M. (eds.) Language Grounding in Robots. p. 131-150. Springer, Berlin (2012).
Schilling, Malte. “Grounded internal body models for communication: Integration of sensory, motor and visual spaces for mediating conceptualization”. Language Grounding in Robots. Ed. Luc Steels and Manfred Hild. Springer, Berlin, 2012. 131-150.
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