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Theoretical Issues in Natural Language Processing 3

T87-1000: Front Matter

T87-1001:
Tinlap3

T87-1002:
Program for Tinlap3

T87-1003:
The Panels

T87-1004: Branimir K. Boguraev
THE DEFINITIONAL POWER OF WORDS

T87-1005: Robert A. Amsler
WORDS AND WORLDS

T87-1006: Jerry R. Hobbs
World Knowledge and Word Meaning

T87-1007: Judy Kegl
THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN WORD KNOWLEDGE AND WORLD KNOWLEDGE

T87-1008: Fernando C. N. Pereira
Information, Unification and Locality

T87-1009: Gerald Gazdar
COMIT ==> PATR II

T87-1010: Steve Pulman
Unification and the new grammatism

T87-1011: Aravind K. Joshi
Unification and Some New Grammatical Formalisms

T87-1012: Martin Kay
The Linguistic Connection

T87-1013: David L. Waltz
Connectionist Models: Not Just a Notational Variant Not a Panacea

T87-1014: Garrison W. Cottrell
Toward Connectionist Semantics

T87-1015: Eugene Charniak
Connectionism and Explanation

T87-1016: James L. McClelland
Parallel Distributed Processing and Role Assignment Constraints

T87-1017: Wendy G. Lehner
Possible Implications of Connectionism

T87-1018: Barbara J. Grosz
Whither Discourse and Speech Acts?

T87-1019: Julia Hirschberg
NO TITLE

T87-1020: C. Raymond Perrau
Towards a Semantic Theory of Discourse

T87-1021: Robert Wilens
A Framework for a Theory of Meaning

T87-1022: F. Guenthner
Discourse Representation Theory and the Semantics of Natural Languages: Contribution to a Panel on "Discourse Theory and Speech Acts" TINLAP3

T87-1023: Roger Schank; Alex Kass
Natural Language Processing: What's Really Involved?

T87-1024: Norman K. Sondheimer
THE RATE OF PROGRESS IN NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

T87-1025: Lawrence Birnbaum
LET'S PUT THE AI BACK IN NLP

T87-1026: Yorick Wilks
On keeping logic in its place

T87-1027: Geoffrey Nunberg
Position Paper on Common-sense and Formal Semantics

T87-1028: David Israel
On Formal Versus Commonsense Semantics

T87-1029: Karen Sparck Jones
They say it's a new sort of engine: but the SUMP's still there

T87-1030: Susan U. Stucky
A Situated Perspective on Natural-Language Processing

T87-1031: Douglas E. Appe
Reference and Pragmatic Identification

T87-1032: Deborah A. Dahl
Determiners, Entities, and Contexts

T87-1033: Bonnie Lynn Webb
Position Paper: Event Reference

T87-1034: Amichai Kronfeld
Goals of Referring Acts

T87-1035: Bradley A. Goodman
Reference and Reference Failures

T87-1036: Dedre Gentner; Bdan Faikenhain
METAPHOR: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

T87-1037: Andrew Ortony; Lynn Fainsilber
THE ROLE OF METAPHORS IN DESCRIPTIONS OF EMOTIONS

T87-1038: Edwin Plantin
Mental Models and Metaphor

T87-1039: George Lakoff
Position Paper on Metaphor

T87-1040: Geoffrey Nunberg
Poetic and Prosaic Metaphors

T87-1041: Aravind K. Joshi
GENERATION - A NEW FRONTIER OF NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING?

T87-1042: Douglas E. Appe
Bidirectional Grammars and the Design of Natural Language Generation Systems

T87-1043: Anthony S. Kroch
Limits on the human sentence generator

T87-1044: David D. McDonald
"No Better, but no Worse, than People"

T87-1045: William C. Mann
What is Special About Natural Language Generation Research?

T87-1046: Mitchell Marc
Generation Systems Should Choose Their Words