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Active Learning Strategies and Active Control of Complexity Growth in Naming Games

Abstract : Naming Games are models of the dynamic formation of lexical conventions in populations of agents. In this work we introduce new Naming Game strategies, using developmental and active learning mechanisms to control the growth of complexity. An information theoretical measure to compare those strategies is introduced, and used to study their impact on the dynamics of the Naming Game.
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William Schueller, Pierre-yves Oudeyer. Active Learning Strategies and Active Control of Complexity Growth in Naming Games. the 5th International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic Robotics, Aug 2015, Providence, RI, United States. ⟨hal-01202654⟩

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