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Vogt, P. (2003) Anchoring of semiotic symbols. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 43(2-3):109--120.

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Abstract

This paper presents arguments for approaching the anchoring problem using {\em semiotic symbols}. Semiotic symbols are defined by a triadic relation between forms, meanings and referents, thus having an implicit relation to the real world.Anchors are formed between these three elements rather than between `traditional' symbols and sensory images. This allows an optimization between the form (i.e. the `traditional' symbol) and the referent. A robotic experiment based on adaptive language games illustrates how the anchoring of semiotic symbols can be achieved in a bottom-up fashion. The paper concludes that applying semiotic symbols is a potentially valuable approach toward anchoring.

Keywords: Anchoring problem; Symbol grounding problem; Physical grounding; Adaptive language games; Semiotics

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@article{vogt03anchoring,
  author={P. Vogt},
  title={Anchoring of semiotic symbols},
  journal={Robotics and Autonomous Systems},
  year={2003},
  volume={43},
  number={2-3},
  pages={109-120},
  doi={10.1016/S0921-8890(02)00353-6},
  url={http://groups.lis.illinois.edu/amag/langev/paper/vogt03anchoring.html},
  keywords={Anchoring problem; Symbol grounding problem; Physical grounding; Adaptive language games; Semiotics}
}