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18th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics

P80-1000: Front matter

P80-1001: Annette Herskovits
ON THE SPATIAL USES OF PREPOSITIONS

P80-1002: David L. Waltz
UNDERSTANDING SCENE DESCRIPTIONS AS EVENT SIMULATIONS

P80-1003: Sharon C. Salveter
ON THE EXISTENCE OF PRIMITIVE MEANING UNITS

P80-1004: Jaime G. Carbonell
Metaphor - A Key to Extensible Semantic Analysis

P80-1005: Jon M. Slack
Metaphor Comprehension - A special mode of language processing? (Extended Abstract)

P80-1006: Barbara Grosz
Interactive Discourse: Influence of Problem Context Panel Chair's Introduction

P80-1007: Wallace L. Chafe
SHOULD COMPUTERS WRITE SPOKEN LANGUAGE?

P80-1008: Philip R. Cohen
Signalling the Interpretation of Indirect Speech Acts

P80-1009: Aravind K. Joshi
PARASESSION ON TOPICS IN INTERACTIVE DISCOURSE INFLUENCE OF THE PROBLEM CONTEXT

P80-1010: Charlotte Linde; J.A. Goguen
ON THE INDEPENDENCE OF DISCOURSE STRUCTURE AND SEMANTIC DOMAIN

P80-1011: Deborah Tannen
The Parameters of Conversational Style

P80-1012: Aravind K. Joshi; Leon S. Levy
PHRASE STRUCIURE TREES BEAR MORE FRUIT THAN YOU WOULD HAVE THOUGHT

P80-1013: Kurt Konolige
CAPTURING LINGUISTIC GENERALIZATIONS WITH METARULES IN AN ANNOTATED PHRASE-STRUCTURE GRAMMAR

P80-1014: Robert Cregar Berwick
Computational Analogues of Constraints on Grammars: A Model of Syntactic Acquisition MIT Artificial Intelligence

P80-1015: David D. McDonald
A Linear-time Model of Language Production: some psychological implications (extended abstract)

P80-1016: Douglas E, Appelt
PROBLEM SOLVING APPLIED TO LANGUAGE GENERATION

P80-1017: Jerry R. Hobbs
Interactive Discourse: Influence of the Social Context Panel Chair's Introduction

P80-1018: John Carey
PARALANGUAGE IN COMPUTER MEDIATED COMMUNICATION

P80-1019: Phil Hayes
Expanding the Horizons of Natural Language Interfaces

P80-1020: Starr Roxanne Hiltz; Kenneth Johnson; Ann Marie Rabke
THE PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION IN FACE TO FACE VS. COMPUTERIZED CONFERENCES; A CONTROLLED EXPERIMENT USING BALES INTERACTION PROCESS ANALYSIS

P80-1021: Emanuel A. Schegloff
WHAT TYPE OF INTERACTION IS IT TO BE

P80-1022: John C. Thomas
THE COMPUTER AS AN ACTIVE COMMUNICATION MEDIUM

P80-1023: Eleanor Wynn
WHAT DISCOURSE FEATURES AREN'T NEEDED IN ON-LINE DIALOGUE

P80-1024: W. A. Martin
Parsing

P80-1025: Ralph M. Weischedel; John E. Black
If The Parser Fails

P80-1026:
Flexible Parsing

P80-1027: Jim Davidson; S. Jerrold Kaplan
Parsiug in the Absence of a Complete Lexicon

P80-1028: Kenneth Church
On Parsing Strategies and Closure

P80-1029: Giacomo Ferrari; Oliviero Stock
STRATEGIE SELECTION FOR AN ATN SYNTACTIC PARSER

P80-1030: Robert Wilensky; Yigal Arens
PHRAN - A Knowledge-Based Natural Language Understander

P80-1031: T. P. KEHLER; R. C. WOODS
ATN GRAMMAR MODELING IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS

P80-1032: Bonnie Lynn Webber
Interactive Discourse: Looking to the Future Panel Chair's Introduction

P80-1033: Larry R. Harris
PROSPECTS FOR PRACTICAL NATURAL LANGUAGE SYSTEMS

P80-1034: Gary G. Hendrix
FUTURE PROSPECTS FOR COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS

P80-1035: A. Michael Noll
NATURAL LANGUAGE INTERACTION WITH MACHINES: A PASSING FAD? OR THE WAY OF THE FUTURE?

P80-1036: Ben Sbneiderman
NATURAL VS. PRECISE CONCISE LANGUAGES FOR HUMAN OPERATION OF COMPUTERS: RESEARCH ISSUES AND EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES

P80-1037: MURRAY TUROFF
NATURAL LANGUAGE AND COMPUTER INTERFACE DESIGN

P80-1038: Rob't F. Simmons
WORD, PHRASE AND SENTENCE

P80-1039: N.J. Belkin; B.G. Michell; D.G. Kuehner
REPRESENTATION OF TEXTS FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL

P80-1040: M.S. Blois; D.D. Sherertz; M.S. Tuttle
WORD AND OBJECT IN DISEASE DESCRIPTIONS

P80-1041: Kenneth C. Litkowski
REQUIREMENTS OF TEXT-PROCESSING-LEXICONS

P80-1042: Mark S. Seidenberg; Michael K. Tanenhaus
Chronometric Studies of Lexical Ambiguity Resolution

P80-1043: Robert Thibadeau; Marcel Just; Patricia Carpenter
Real Reading Behavior

P80-1044: Jonathan Slocum
An Experiment in Machine Translation


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