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Stabilization of Dictionaries used by Agents Communicating in a Simple Formal Language.
Jun Yoshimoto,
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Abstract(in English) This paper describes an uninvolved experimentation in a calculator to observe the dynamic alteration of relationships among words during two-way communication, using a constructive approach. This approach was taken because it is difficult to observe dynamic relationships among words used in a general way in natural language. Agents using a simple formal language were placed in the artificial world, then each agent communicated with von Neumann neighborhood agents and optimized its own relationship-among-words matrix, which can be regarded as the agent's personal dictionary. A public dictionary was constructed by averaging the personal dictionaries. Comparison of the dictionaries, using the"IM(Introspective Monologue)method"showed that the pulic dictionary stabilized after reaching a state of semantic transition, whereas the local dictionaries did nit become stabilized.
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Keyword(in English) Evolutionary Linguistics / Dynamic Relationship among Words / Multi-agents / Constructive Approach / Cellular Automata
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Title (in English) Stabilization of Dictionaries used by Agents Communicating in a Simple Formal Language.
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Keyword(1) Evolutionary Linguistics
Keyword(2) Dynamic Relationship among Words
Keyword(3) Multi-agents
Keyword(4) Constructive Approach
Keyword(5) Cellular Automata
1st Author's Name Jun Yoshimoto
1st Author's Affiliation Kansai Advanced Research Center, Communications Research Laboratory, Ministry of Posts and Telecomminications()
Date 2000/7/7
Paper # TL2000-10
Volume (vol) vol.100
Number (no) 187
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 8
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