Tuesday, December 01, 2009

More papers to read

From a comment on the Natural Language Processing blog, classic papers in NLP:

  • [Bahl et al., 1983] L.R. Bahl, F. Jelinek and R.L. Mercer. "A Maximum Likelihood Approach to Continuous Speech Recognition." IEEE Journal of Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence.
  • [Charniak, 1983] Eugene Charniak. Passing Markers: A Theory of Contextual Influence in Language Comprehension, Cognitive Science, 7, pp. 171-190.
  • [Charniak, 1973] Jack and Janet in Search of a Theory of Knowledge. In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (1973)
  • [Charniak, 1977] Eugene Charniak. Ms. Malaprop, A Language Comprehension Program. In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (1977).
  • [Cohen et al. 1982] Philip R. Cohen, C. Raymond Perrault, and James F. Allen. Beyond Question Answering. Strategies for Natural Language Processing, pp. 245- 274.
  • [Grosz, Joshi, and Weinstein, 1995]. Centering: A Framework for Modeling the Local Coherence of Discourse. Computational Linguistics, 21 (2), pp. 203-226.
  • [Grosz and Sidner, 1986]. Attention, Intention, and the Structure of Discourse. Computational Linguistics, 12 (3), pp. 175-204, 1986.
  • [Hobbs et al., 1993]. Interpretation as Abduction. Artificial Intelligence, vol 63. pp. 69-142.
  • [Hobbs, 1979] Jerry Hobbs. Coherence and Coreference, Cognitive Science 3(1), pp. 67-90.
  • [Hovy, 1988] Hovy, E.H. 1988. Planning Coherent Multisentential Text. Proceedings of 26th ACL Conference. Buffalo, NY.
  • [Karttunen, 1969] Lauri Karttunen. 1969. Pronouns and variables. In CLS 5: Proceedings of the Fifth Regional Meeting, pages 108-116, Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Linguistic Society.
  • [Kay, 1986] Martin Kay. Parsing in functional unification grammar.
  • [Lakoff & Johnson, 1980] George Lakoff and Mark Johnson. Metaphors We Live By, Chapters 1-4. (short - a total of 21 pages).
  • [Lehnert, 1981] Wendy G. Lehnert. Plot units and narrative summarization. Cognitive Science, Volume 5, Issue 4, October-December 1981, Pages 293-331
  • [Lehnert, 1977] Wendy Lehnert. Human and Computational Question Answering. Cognitive Science, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 47-73.
  • [Mann and Thompson, 1988]. Rhetorical Structure Theory: Toward a functional theory of text organization. Text 8 (3), pp. 243-281, 1988.
  • [Martin et al., 1986] P. Martin, D. Appelt and F. Pereira. Transportability and generality in a natural-language interface system.
  • [McKeown 1986] Kathleen McKeown. Discourse strategies for generating natural-language text.
  • [Rosch and Mervis, 1975] Eleanor Rosch and Carolyn B. Mervis. Family Resemblances: Studies in the Internal Structure of Categories, Cognitive Psychology, 7, 573-605.
  • [Schank, 1986] Roger Schank. Language and memory.
  • [Schubert and Pelletier, 1986] L Schubert and F J Pelletier. From English to logic: context-free computation of "conventional" logical translations.
  • [Wilks, 1975] Yorick Wilks. An Intelligent Analyzer and Understander of English, CACM 1975.
  • [Woods, 1986] W.A. Woods. Semantics and quantification in natural language question answering.

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