On the Role of Learning in Anchoring

Silvia Coradeschi and Alessandro Saffiotti

A situated agent may include a symbolic subsystem that uses symbols to denote objects in the physical world. Anchoring is the problem of connecting these symbols to the perceptual representations of the same objects. Learning is an important, and in some cases essential means to acquire the basic ingredients needed to perform anchoring. In this note, we discuss some issues on the role of learning in anchoring.


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