Tom Williams and Rehj Cantrell and Gordon Briggs and Paul Schermerhorn and Matthias Scheutz
27th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
While much research exists on resolving spatial natural language references to known locations, little work deals with handling references to unknown locations. In this paper we introduce and evaluate algorithms integrated into a cognitive architecture which allow an agent to learn about its environment while resolving references to both known and unknown locations. We also describe how multiple components in the architecture jointly facilitate these capabilities.