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The upshot of this is that, since ei is expected to be large, the expression for P0 (ei ), Eqn. (4), is well approximated by the ﬁrst two terms in the series. We henceforth assume that we can write ei ¯ ¯ − 1) C − 1 P0 (ei ) ≈ 1 − (M . (12) ¯ −1 M 44 K. Smith et al. Using this approximation in Eqn. (6) we ﬁnd W RW (e) ≈ ¯ − 1) 1 − (M i=1 W = k=0 W ¯ )k (1 − M k C¯ − 1 ¯ −1 M ei C¯ − 1 ¯ −1 M (13) e1 +e2 +···+ek . (14) The average over the multinomial distribution can then be computed by noting the identity ··· e1 e2 eW e ue1 ue2 · · · ueWW = (u1 + u2 + · · · + uW )e e 1 e2 · · · eW 1 2 (15) which yields Eqn.
Nitta mechanisms, robots learn to understand word meanings in the real world. On the other hand, Levin et al.  and Singh et al.  investigated how to adapt dialog strategies to the environment by applying reinforcement learning to a human-machine interaction corpus. In the two approaches, interpretation of unknown utterances and adaptation of dialog strategies are separately investigated, however, we should apply both of them to the interaction at the same time because interpretation and dialog control depend on each other.
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Symbol Grounding and Beyond: Third International Workshop on the Emergence and Evolution of Linguistic Communication, EELC 2006, Rome, Italy, September 30 – October 1, 2006. Proceedings by Federico Divina, Paul Vogt (auth.), Paul Vogt, Yuuya Sugita, Elio Tuci, Chrystopher Nehaniv (eds.)