Distance Measure between Cognitive Agent's Stored Perceptions

R.P. Katarzyniak and A. Pieczyńska-Kuchtiak (Poland)


cognitive agent, semantic communication, agent's perceptions, distance measure


In this work an original function to measure the cognitive distance between perceptions of a world is defined. This function is applied in the process of language generation. The perceptions of the world are assumed to be collected by a communicative agent and stored in its private temporal database. The agent is communicative, equipped with a language of belief formulas and an algorithm for choosing formulas relevant to the state of its knowledge. The state of the agent's knowledge is defined by the state of the temporal database.

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