|Titre||Dialogue semantics: From cognitive structures to positive and negative learning|
|Publication Type||Chapitre d'ouvrage|
|Année de publication||2019|
|Authors||Lücking, Andy, and Olga Zlatkin-Troitschankskaia|
|Book Title||Frontiers and Advances in Positive Learning in the Age of InformaTiOn (PLATO)|
|Publisher||Springer Nature Switzerland AG|
Part of language processing and understanding is building semantic structures, or situation models. In this paper it is argued on the basis of previous works how dialogue semantics provides representations for formations of such cognitive structures. This cognitive twist is extended to a brief dialogical model of learning which embraces a fourfold partition into learning from the positive, learning from the negative, positive learning and negative learning, the latter being two prime areas of interest of PLATO. Thus, this chapter contributes to a semantic derivation and clarification of different forms of learning on a propositional level.