Cross-situational learning of large lexicons with finite memory

28 Sep 2018 James Holehouse Richard A. Blythe

Cross-situational word learning, wherein a learner combines information about possible meanings of a word across multiple exposures, has previously been shown to be a very powerful strategy to acquire a large lexicon in a short time. However, this success may derive from idealizations that are made when modeling the word-learning process... (read more)

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