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Theoretical Issues in Natural Language Processing: Supplement
Theoretical Issues in Natural Language Processing

Theoretical Issues in Natural Language Processing: Supplement

T75-1000: Front Matter

T75-1001:
SCHEDULE

T75-1002: Robert P. Abelson
THE REASONER AND THE INFERENCER DON'T TALK MUCH TO EACH OTHER

T75-1003: Richard E. Fikes
AUTOMATIC PLANNING FROM A FRAMES POINT OF VIEW

T75-1004: Martin Kay
SYNTACTIC PROCESSING AND FUNCTIONAL SENTENCE PERSPECTIVE

T75-1005: Wendy Lehnert
WHAT MAKES SAM RUN? SCRIPT BASED TECHNIQUES FOR QUESTION ANSWERING

T75-1006:
ERRATA

Theoretical Issues in Natural Language Processing

T75-2000: Front Matter

T75-2001: George E. Heidorn
AUGMENTED PHRASE STRUCTURE GRAMMARS

T75-2002: Mitchell Marcus
DIAGNOSIS AS A NOTION OF GRAMMAR

T75-2003: Christopher K. Riesbeck
COMPUTATIONAL UNDERSTANDING

T75-2004: Robert F. Simmons
THE CLOWNS MICROWORLD

T75-2005: D. L. Waltz
ON UNDERSTANDING POETRY

T75-2006: Ray Jackendoff
A SYSTEM OF SEMANTIC PRIMITIVES

T75-2007: George A. Miller
COMMENTS ON LEXICAL ANALYSIS

T75-2008: Roger C. Schank
The Primitive ACTs of Conceptual Dependency

T75-2009: Yorick Wilks
PRIMITIVES AND WORDS

T75-2010: Eugene Charniak
ORGANIZATION AND INFERENCE IN A FRAME-LIKE SYSTEM OF COMMON SENSE KNOWLEDGE

T75-2011: Allan Collins
THE TROUBLE WITH MEMORY DISTINCTIONS

T75-2012: Andrew Ortony
HOW EPISODIC IS SEMANTIC MEMORY?

T75-2013: Joseph D. Becker
THE PHRASAL LEXICON

T75-2014: Bertram C. Bruce
GENERATION AS A SOCIAL ACTION

T75-2015: John H. Clippinger, Jr.
SPEAKING WITH MANYTONGUES: SOME PROBLEMS IN MODELING SPEAKERS OF ACTUAL DISCOURSE

T75-2016: Neil M. Goldman
THE BOUNDARIES OF LANGUAGE GENERATION

T75-2017: Aravind K. Joshi; Stanley J. Rosenschein
A FORMALISM FOR RELATING LEXICAL AND PRAGMATIC INFORMATION: ITS RELEVANCE TO RECOGNITION AND GENERATION

T75-2018: Sheldon Klein
META-COMPILING TEXT GRAMMARS AS A MODEL FOR HUMAN BEHAVIOR

T75-2019: Wallace L. Chafe
SOME THOUGHTS ON SCHEMATA

T75-2020: Jerry Feldman
BAD-MOUTHING FRAMES

T75-2021: Carl Hewitt
STEREOTYPES as an ACTOR Approach Towards Solving the Problem of Procedural Attachment in FRAME Theories

T75-2022:
MINSKY'S FRAME SYSTEM THEORY

T75-2023: Roger C. Schank
USING KNOWLEDGE TO UNDERSTAND

T75-2024: John H. Clippinger, Jr.
CONSIDERATIONS FOR COMPUTATIONAL THEORIES OF SPEAKING: SEVEN THINGS SPEAKERS DO

T75-2025: William C. Mann
IMPROVING METHODOLOGY in Natural Language Processing

T75-2026: Yorick Wilks
METHODOLOGY IN AI AND NATURAL LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING

T75-2027: W. A. Woods
Some Methodological Issues in Natural Language Understanding Research

T75-2028: Robert P. Abelson
DOES A STORY UNDERSTANDER NEED A POINT OF VIEW?

T75-2029: Wallace L. Chafe
CREATIVITY IN VERBALIZATION AS EVIDENCE FOR ANALOGIC KNOWLEDGE

T75-2030: Stephen Michael Kosslyn
ON RETRIEVING INFORMATION FROM VISUAL IMAGES

T75-2031: Stephen E. Palmer
THE NATURE OF PERCEPTUAL REPRESENTATION: AN EXAMINATION OF THE ANALOG/PROPOSITIONAL CONTROVERSY

T75-2032: Zenon W. Pylyshyn
REPRESENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE: NON-LINGUISTIC FORMS DO WE NEED IMAGES AND ANALOGUES?

T75-2033: Aaron Sloman
AFTERTHOUGHTS ON ANALOGICAL REPRESENTATIONS

T75-2034: Herbert H. Clark
BRIDGING

T75-2035: Raymond Reiter
Formal Reasoning and Language Understanding System

T75-2036: Chuck Rieger
THE COMMONSENSE ALGORITHM AS A BASIS FOR COMFUTER MODELS OF HUMAN MEMORY, INFERENCE, BELIEF AND CONTEXTUAL LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION

T75-2037: Charles F. Schmidt
Understanding Human Action