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Journal Articles Constructivist foundations Year : 2014

Learning by experiencing versus learning by registering

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Agents that learn from perturbations of closed control loops are considered constructivist by virtue of the fact that their input (the perturbation) does not convey ontological information about the environment. That is, they learn by actively experiencing their environment through interaction, as opposed to learning by registering directly input data characterizing the environment. Generalizing this idea, the notion of learning by experiencing provides a broader conceptual framework than cybernetic control theory for studying the double contingency problem, and may yield more progress in constructivist agent design.
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hal-01271691 , version 1 (09-02-2016)

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Olivier Georgeon. Learning by experiencing versus learning by registering. Constructivist foundations, 2014, 2, 9, pp.211-213. ⟨hal-01271691⟩
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