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American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 1, January-March 1981
American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 2, April-June 1981
American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 3, July-September 1981
American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 4, October-December 1981

American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 1, January-March 1981

J81-1000: Front Matter

J81-1001: Ann E. Robinson
Determining Verb Phrase Referents in Dialogs

J81-1002: William C. Mann; James A. Moore
Computer Generation of Multiparagraph

J81-1003: Fred J. Damerau
Operating Statistics for The Transformational Question Answering System

J81-1004:
Technical Correspondence: A Note on the Utility of Computing Inferences in a Real Data Base Query Environment

J81-1005:
Technical Correspondence: On the Utility of Computing Inferences in Data Base Query Systems

J81-1006:
Program of the 1981 ACL Meeting

J81-1007:
Announcements

J81-1008:
Abstracts of Current Literature

J81-1009:
Guidelines for Submissions

American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 2, April-June 1981

J81-2000: Front Matter

J81-2001: Graerne Hirst
Discourse-Oriented Anaphora Resolution in Natural Language Understanding: A Review

J81-2002: Stan C. Kwasny; Norman K. Sondheimer
Relaxation Techniques for Parsing Grammatically Ill-Formed Input in Natural Language Understanding Systems

J81-2003: Magdalena Zoeppritz
The Meaning of OF and HAVE in the USL System

J81-2004:
Book Reviews: Linguistic Method - Essays in Honor of Herbert Penzl

J81-2005:
Linguistic Method - Essays in Honor of Herbert Penzl

J81-2006:
Abstracts of Current Literature

J81-2007:
Guidelines for Submissions

American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 3, July-September 1981

J81-3000: Front Matter

J81-3001: William A. Martin
Formal Roles, Co-Descriptors, and the Representation of Quantified English Expressions

J81-3002: Veronica Dahl
Translating Spanish into Logic through Logic

J81-3003: David J. Weber
Prospects for Computer-Assisted Dialect Adaptation

J81-3004: Hubert Lehmann
Pragmalinguistics Theory and Practice

J81-3005: Karen Jensen
New Guinea and Neighboring Areas: A Sociolinguistic Laboratory

J81-3006:
Program of the 1981 ACL/LSA Sessions

J81-3007:
Program of the 1981 ACL/LSA Sessions

J81-3008:
Call for Papers

J81-3009:
Announcements

J81-3010:
Abstracts of Current Literature

J81-3011:
Guidelines for Submissions

American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 4, October-December 1981

J81-4000: Front Matter

J81-4001: Candace L. Sidner
Focusing for Interpretation of Pronouns

J81-4002: Philip d. Hayes; George V. Mouradian
Flexible Parsing

J81-4003: Fernando Pereira
Extraposition Grammars

J81-4004: C.M. Eastman; D.S. McLean
On the Need for Parsing Ill-Formed Input

J81-4005: Sharon C. Salveter
Natural Language Processing

J81-4006: John F. Sowa
Everything that Linguists have Always Wanted to Know about Logic* *but were ashamed to ask

J81-4007:
Minutes of the 1981 ACL Meeting

J81-4008:
Program of the ACL Sessions at NCC

J81-4009:
Call for Papers - Applied Natural Language Processing Conference

J81-4010:
Announcements

J81-4011:
Abstracts of Current Literature

J81-4012:
ACL Membership List

J81-4013:
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