Conceptual space as a connection between the constructivist and the ecological approaches in a robot vision system
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (1):100-101 (2001)
AbstractThe conceptual space< (Gärdenfors 2000) is discussed as a representation structure that connects the constructivist and the ecological vision subsystems in an operating autonomous robot based on computer vision
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