Aussems, S., & Vogt, P. (2018). Adults Use Distributional Statistics for Word Learning in a Conservative Way. IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems. Early access: Link
Tony Belpaeme, Paul Vogt, Rianne van den Berghe, Kirsten Bergmann, Tilbe Göksun, Mirjam de Haas, et al. (2018) Guidelines for Designing Social Robots as Second Language Tutors. International Journal of Social Robotics. PDF
Paul Vogt, Mirjam de Haas, Chiara de Jong, Peta Baxter and Emiel Krahmer (2017) Child-Robot Interactions for Second Language Tutoring to Preschool Children. Frontiers Human Neuroscience 11,73. DOI
Mastin, J.D. and Vogt, P. (2016) Infant engagement and early vocabulary development: A naturalistic observation study of Mozambican infants from 1;1 to 2;1. Journal of Child Language, 43(2): 235-264. Abstract Preprint Supplement DOI: 10.1017/S0305000915000148
Vogt, P., Mastin, J.D., and Aussems, S.A. (2015) Early vocabulary development in rural and urban Mozambique. Child Development Research, Volume 2015, Article ID 189195. Link
Vogt, P., Mastin, J.D., and Schots, D.M.A. (2015) Communicative intentions of child-directed speech in three different learning environments: Observations from the Netherlands, and rural and urban Mozambique. First Language 35(4-5): 341-358. Abstract Preprint Supplement doi:10.1177/0142723715596647
Vogt, P. (2014) Grounding models in empirical data of language socialisation (Comment on “Modelling language evolution: Examples and predictions” by Gong, Shuai & Zhang). Physics of Life Reviews. DOI: 10.1016/j.plrev.2014.01.008
Vogt, P. (2012) Exploring the robustness of cross-situational learning under Zipfian distributions Cognitive Science 36(4): 726-739. Abstract
Vogt, P. and Lieven, E. (2010) Verifying theories of language acquisition using computer models of language evolution Adaptive Behavior 18(1): 21-35 Abstract
Vogt, P. (2009) Modelling interactions between language evolution and demography Human Biology 81(2-3): 237-258. Abstract
Nigel Gilbert, Matthijs den Besten, Akos Bontovics, Bart G.W. Craenen, Federico Divina, A.E. Eiben, Robert Griffioen, Gyorgy Hévízi, Andras Lõrincz, Ben Paechter, Stephan Schuster, Martijn C. Schut, Christian Tzolov, Paul Vogt and Lu Yang (2006) Emerging Artificial Societies Through Learning Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation: 9(2) Abstract
Vogt, P. (2005) On the acquisition and evolution of compositional languages: Sparse input and the productive creativity of children. Adaptive Behavior 13(4): 325-346 Abstract
Vogt, P. (2005) The emergence of compositional structures in perceptually grounded language games. Artificial Intelligence 167(1-2): 206-242Abstract
Vogt, P. and Smith, A. D. M. (2005) Learning Colour Words is Slow: a cross-situational learning account Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28(4): 509-510
Vogt, P. and Coumans, H. (2003) Investigating social interaction strategies for bootstrapping lexicon development Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 6(1). printable pdf version
Vogt, P. (2000) Bootstrapping grounded symbols by minimal autonomous robots. Evolution of Communication 4(1): 89-118. Abstract
Vogt, P. and de Boer, B. (2010) Editorial: Language Evolution: Computer models for Empirical Data Adaptive Behavior 18(1): 5-11 Abstract Online contents
Acerbi, A., Marocco, D. and Vogt, P. (2008) Social learning in embodied agents Editorial for Special Issue on Social Learning in Embodied Agents in Connection Science 20(2-3): 69-72
Vogt, P., Sugita, Y., Tuci, E. and Nehaniv, C. (Eds.) (2006) Symbol Grounding and Beyond: Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on the Emergence and Evolution of Linguistic Communication, EELC 2006. LNAI 4211 Springer. Berlin / Heidelberg. ISBN 978-3-540-45769-5
Vogt, P. (2015) Self-organisation of conceptual spaces from quality dimensions. In Frank Zenker and Peter Gärdenfors (Eds.) Applications of Geometric Knowledge Representation (Synthese Library). Dordrecht: Springer. Abstract
Vogt, P. (2007) Variation, competition and selection in the self-organisation of compositionality. In: Brendan Wallace, Alastair Ross, John Davies and Tony Anderson (Eds.) The Mind, the Body and the World Exeter: Imprint. pp. 233-256. Abstract
Vogt, P. (2006) Language evolution and robotics: Issues in symbol grounding and language acquisition. In: Angelo Loula, Ricardo Gudwin, Joao Queiroz (Eds.) Artificial Cognition Systems Hershey, PA.: Idea Group. pp. 176-209 Abstract
Vogt, P. (2017) How mobile robots can self-organise a vocabulary? Language Science Press. (Open access post-publication of my PhD thesis)
Vogt, P. (2000) Lexicon Grounding on Mobile Robots PhD thesis Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
Conference / workshop papers & abstracts
De Wit, J., Schodde, T., Willemsen, B., Bergmann, K., de Haas, M., Kopp, S., Krahmer, E.J., & Vogt, P. (2018). The Effect of a Robot’s Gestures and Adaptive Tutoring on Children’s Acquisition of Second Language Vocabularies. In Proceedings of the 13th Annual ACM International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI’18) Link.
de Jong, C. and Vogt, P. (2016). Infants speech and gesture production in Mozambique and the Netherlands. In Papafragou, A., Grodner, D., Mirman, D., and Trueswell, J., editors, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Austin, TX. Cognitive Science Society. PDF (with correction)
Haque, M. M., Vogt, P., Alishahi, A., and Krahmer, E. (2016). A connectionist model for automatic generation of child-adult interaction patterns. In Papafragou, A., Grodner, D., Mirman, D., and Trueswell, J., editors, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Austin, TX. Cognitive Science Society. PDF
Tony Belpaeme, James Kennedy, Paul Baxter, Paul Vogt, Emiel J. Krahmer, Stefan Kopp, Kirsten Bergmann, Paul Leseman, Aylin C. Küntay, Tilbe Göksun, Amit K. Pandey, Rodolphe Gelin, Petra Koudelkova, and Tommy Deblieck (2015) L2TOR – Second Language Tutoring using Social Robots. In Proceedings of 1st Int. Workshop on Educational Robots. Springer.
Aussems, S. & Vogt, P. (2015) Adults tract multiple hypotheses simultaneously during word learning. In Proceedings of CogSci 2015.
Vogt, P. & Mastin, J.D. (2015) Cultural differences in infants’ non-verbal communication and vocabulary development. Talk presented at the Child Language Symposium 2015.
Mastin, J.D., Vogt, P., & Schots, D. (2015) Exploring who’s doing what? Infant engagement and vocabulary development in Mozambique. Talk presented at SRCD 2015.
Vogt, P. & Mastin, J. D. (2014) Cross-cultural differences in three prototypical learning environments. Talk presented at IASCL 2014
Schots, D. Vogt, P. & Mastin, J. D. (2014) The influences of prototypical-learning environments on child-directed speech. Poster presented at IASCL 2014
Vogt, P. & Mastin, J. D. (2014) Social word learning strategies in different cultures. In Proceedings of Evolang X.
Vogt, P. & Mastin, J. D. (2013) Rural and urban differences in language socialization and early vocabulary development in Mozambique. In Proceedings of CogSci 2013. Abstract.
Matusevych, Y., Alishahi, A. & Vogt, P. (2013) Automatic generation of naturalistic child-adult interaction data. In Proceedings of CogSci 2013. Abstract.
Vogt, P.,, Masson-Carro, I. & Mastin, J. D. (2013) Predicting vocabulary development from co-speech gestures: Duration or occurrence, that’s the question. In Proceedings of TiGeR 2013. Abstract.
Vogt, P. & Mastin, J. D. (2011) Variation in frequencies of multimodal gesture usage and vocabulary development. Presented at the Variation in first and second language acquisition: comparative perspectives conference in Paris
Vogt, P. & Mastin, J. D. (2011) The effect of using multimodal gesture on infants’ vocabulary development in natural environments. Presented at the 12th International Congress for the Study of Child Language, Montreal.
Mastin, J. D. & Vogt, P. (2011) Joint Engagement and Vocabulary Development: Re-defining data collection, categorization and analysis. Presented at the 12th International Congress for the Study of Child Language, Montreal.
Vogt, P. (2009) CASA MILA: Cross-cultural and social aspects of multimodal interactions in language acquisition In L. Cañamero, P.-Y. Oudeyer and C. Balkenius (Eds.) Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics Lund University Cognitive Studies, 146, pp. 247-248.
Haasdijk, E., Vogt, P. and Eiben, A.E. (2008) Social learning in population-based adaptive systems In Proceedings of IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computing IEEE Press. Abstract.
Vogt, P. (2007) Group size effects on the emergence of compositional structures in language. In Almeida e Costa, F. and Rocha, L.M. and Costa, E. and Harvey, I, and A. Coutinho (Eds.) Advances in Artificial Life: Proceedings of ECAL-2007 (LNAI-4684), Springer. pp. 405-414. Abstract
Smith, K., Smith, A.D.M., Blythe, R. and Vogt, P. (2006) Cross-situational learning: a mathematical approach In P. Vogt, Y. Sugita, E. Tuci and C. Nehaniv (Eds.) Symbol grounding and beyond: Proceedings of Emergence and Evolution of Linguistic Communication III Springer. Berlin / Heidelberg Abstract
Divina, F. and Vogt, P. (2006) A hybrid model for learning word-meaning mappings In P. Vogt, Y. Sugita, E. Tuci and C. Nehaniv (Eds.) Symbol grounding and beyond: Proceedings of Emergence and Evolution of Linguistic Communication III Springer. Berlin / Heidelberg Abstract
Vogt, P. (2006) Cumulative cultural evolution: Can we ever learn more? InNolfi S., Baldassarre G., Calabretta R., Hallam J., Marocco D., Meyer J-A, Parisi D. (Eds.) From animals to animats 9: Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behaviour, LNAI. Volume 4095. Berlin, Germany: Springer Verlag. Abstract
Vogt, P. (2006) Overextensions and the emergence of compositionality In A. Cangelosi, A.D.M. Smith and K. Smith (Eds.) Proceedings of Evolang 6. (World Scientific Publishing). Abstract
Divina, F. and Vogt, P. (2006) Modelling language evolution in a complex ecological environment ILK Research Group Technical Report Series no. 06-01. Abstract
Vogt, P. (2005) Stability conditions in the evolution of compositional languages: issues in scaling population sizes. In P. Bourgine, F. Kepes and M. Schoenauer (Eds.) Proceedings of the European Conference on Complex Systems. Abstract
F. Divina and Vogt, P. (2005) Perceptually grounded lexicon formation using inconsistent knowledge. In M. S. Capcarrere, A.A. Freitas, B.J. Bentley, C.G. Johnson and J. Timmis (Eds.) Proceedings of ECAL’05 Springer. Abstract
Vogt, P. (2005) Meaning development versus predefined meanings in language evolution models In Kaelbling, L. and A. Saffiotti (Eds.) Proceedings of IJCAI-05. (Copyright IJCAI.) Abstract
Vogt, P. and F. Divina (2005) Language evolution in large populations of autonomous agents: issues in scaling In Proceedings of AISB 2005: Social Intelligence and Interaction in Animals, Robots and Agents Abstract
Vogt, P. (2004) Minimum cost and the emergence of the Zipf-Mandelbrot law. In J. Pollack, M. Bedau, P. Husbands, T. Ikegami and R. A. Watson (Eds.) Artificial Life IX Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems. The MIT Press. Abstract
Smith, A. D. M. and Vogt, P.(2004) Lexicon acquisition in an uncertain world. In Proceedings of 5th Evolution of language conference.
Vogt, P.(2004) Generalisation as a bias toward the emergence of Zipf’s law. In Proceedings of 5th Evolution of language conference.
Vogt, P.(2004) How ecological regularities can shape linguistic structures. In Proceedings of 5th Evolution of language conference.
Vogt, P. and A. D. M. Smith (2004) Quantifying lexicon acquisition under uncertainty In Lenaerts, T., Nowe, A. and Steenhout, K. (Eds.) Proceedings of the Annual Machine Learning Conference of Belgium and The Netherlands (Benelearn) 2004. Abstract
Vogt, P. (2003) Iterated learning and grounding: from holistic to compositional languages In Kirby, S. (Ed.) Language Evolution and Computation, Proceedings of the workshop/course at ESSLLI. Abstract
Vogt, P. (2003) THSim v3.2: The Talking Heads simulation tool In W. Banzhaf and T. Christaller and P. Dittrich and J. T. Kim and J. Ziegler (Eds.)Advances in Artificial Life – Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL) Springer-Verlag. Abstract (see the THSim website)
Vogt, P. (2003) Grounded lexicon formation without explicit reference transfer: who’s talking to who? In W. Banzhaf and T. Christaller and P. Dittrich and J. T. Kim and J. Ziegler (Eds.)Advances in Artificial Life – Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL) Springer-Verlag. Abstract
Vogt, P. and Coumans, H. (2002) Exploring the impact of contextual input on the evolution of word-meaning In B. Hallam, D. Floreano, J. Hallam, G. Hayes and J.-A. Meyer (Eds.) Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of The Society for Adaptive Behavior SAB2002 MIT Press. Abstract Long version
Vogt, P. (2001) The impact of non-verbal communication on lexicon formation In Proceedings of Belgian/Netherlands Artificial Intelligence Conference BNAIC’01 Abstract
Vogt, P. (2001) Symbol grounding in communicative mobile robots In Papers of the 2001 AAAI fall symposium on Anchoring Symbols to Sensor Data in Single and Multiple Robot Systems Technical report FS-01-01 AAAI Press. Abstract
Vogt, P. (2000) Grounding Language About Actions: Mobile Robots Playing Follow Me Games SAB2000 Proceedings Supplement Book, eds. Meyer and Bertholz and Floreano and Roitblat and Wilson. International Society for Adaptive Behavior. Abstract
De Boer, B. and P. Vogt (1999). Emergence of speech sounds in changing populations. In D. Floreano, J.ÂD. Nicoud, and F. Mondada (Eds.), Advances in Artificial Life: Proceedings of 5th European Conference ECAL’99. Springer.
Vogt, P. (1998) The evolution of a lexicon and meaning in robotic agents through self-organization VUB AI-Memo 98-09. Presented at the 2nd International Conference on the Evolution of Language, London, April 6-9 1998 (not published!). A shorter version (10 pages) has been published in the Proceedings of the Xth Netherlands/Belgium Conference on Artificial Intelligence. eds. Han La Poutré and Jaap van den Herik. CWI Amsterdam, 1998. (.pdf) Abstract
De Jong, E. and P. Vogt (1998) How Should a Robot Discriminate Between Objects? A comparison between two methods. In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of The Society for Adaptive Behavior 98 Abstract
Vogt, P. (1998) Perceptual grounding in robots. In (Birk, A. and J. Demiris eds.) Proceedings of the 6th European Workshop on Learning Robots 1997. Lecture Notes on Artificial Intelligence 1545. Springer-Verlag 1998. Abstract
Steels, L. and P. Vogt (1997) Grounding adaptive language games in robotic agents. In Harvey, P. and P. Husbands (eds.) (1997) Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on Artificial Life 97. Abstract
Steels, L. and P. Vogt (1997) Ancrage de Jeux de Langage Adaptatifs dans des Agents Robotiques. In Ali Cherif, A. and Signorini, J., editor, Intelligence Artificielle et Complexité, Paris, 1997.
Vogt, P. (1997) A perceptual grounded self-organising lexicon in robotic agents. MSc. thesis for Cognitive Science and Engineering at the University of Groningen. Abstract