ISCA Archive SMMD 1991
ISCA Archive SMMD 1991

The adaptive, dynamic and associative memory model: an actual present tool for vocal human-computer communication

D. G. Beroule

Since its presentation at the first Venaco workshop, the ADAM model has been analysed through several parallel and complementary studies concerning the recognition and production of patterns, the outcome of which fed deeper investigations related for instance to the questions of syntax, semantics and dialogue management. Although they have been extended so as to satisfy constraints of natural language, the basic computational principles remain the same: the sprouting of memory pathways in the course of processing and the Guided Propagation of signals along these pathways together form a way of processing real-world items which are represented by discrete space-time events in memory. In other words, the activation of a memory location at a certain time determines which item has just been recognized, or which one is going to be generated.


Cite as: Beroule, D.G. (1991) The adaptive, dynamic and associative memory model: an actual present tool for vocal human-computer communication. Proc. 2nd VENACO Workshop - The Structure of Multimodal Dialogue, 143-150

@inproceedings{beroule91_smmd,
  author={D. G. Beroule},
  title={{The adaptive, dynamic and associative memory model: an actual present tool for vocal human-computer communication}},
  year=1991,
  booktitle={Proc. 2nd VENACO Workshop - The Structure of Multimodal Dialogue},
  pages={143--150}
}