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Concept sharing between different concept representation robots

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3 Author(s)
Takahashi, J. ; Depertment of Micro-Nano Syst. Eng., Nagoya Univ., Nagoya, Japan ; Sekiyama, K. ; Fukuda, T.

This paper describes a communication system by autonomous robots, each of which is equipped with a different type of internal representation respect to same real world. In the advanced robots intelligence, the dimension size of internal representation space should become as large as that of the real world and should be larger than that of sensor space as with all creatures. Therefore, the perception process from the sensor space to the internal representation space is an ill-posed problem and necessarily contains subjective interpretations. Although different subjective interpretations might generate alternative symbols anchored in same reality, humans, who have different subjective interpretations, success to share symbols and can communicate. In this paper, the difference of subjective perceptions is regarded as a difference of representation, which is embedded in each robot respectively. The sharing symbol algorithm for the communication between these robots is proposed.

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System Integration, 2009. SII 2009. IEEE/SICE International Symposium on

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29-29 Jan. 2009

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