Olivier Georgeon's research blog—also known as the story of little Ernest, the developmental agent.

Keywords: situated cognition, constructivist learning, intrinsic motivation, bottom-up self-programming, individuation, theory of enaction, developmental learning, artificial sense-making, biologically inspired cognitive architectures, agnostic agents (without ontological assumptions about the environment).

Thursday, September 1, 2011


We are pleased to announce that our trace visualization tool is now available for your free utilization online.

This visualization tool is called Abstract-Lite. A full documentation is also provided online.

Abstract-Lite offers an interactive interface to visualize your activity traces. It relies on XPATH instructions and XSL stylesheets to help you customize your visualizations. Abstract-Lite can display your traces in real time. For an example, see Ernest 10.3's trace.

Abstract-Lite was developed by Pierre-Yves Ronot as part of the ABSTRACT project and the IDEAL project.

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