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Contribution des Sciences Sociales dans le domaine de l'Intelligence Artificielle Distribuée : ALONE, un modèle hybride d'agent apprenant.

Abstract : Learning is an experience which stimulates individual knowledge in every human being, beginning at birth. Extensive research in different disciplines (such as social sciences and computer sciences) has focused on the complexities and mysteries of this type of learning.
Taking into account this diversity of approach with its multidisciplinary links, we have decided to analyse this problem further. The main objective of our analysis is to model this learning using a multi-agent system and integrate the research of social sciences into this model. We have established a model (called ALONE) which combines the theoretical characteristics of an agent with the socio-constructivist theory underlining the importance of language and interactions during the human learning process. Our contribution in this field is methodological and applicative.
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Isabelle Jars. Contribution des Sciences Sociales dans le domaine de l'Intelligence Artificielle Distribuée : ALONE, un modèle hybride d'agent apprenant.. Autre [cs.OH]. Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00011135⟩

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