Centre for Cognitive Science (COGS)

Cognitive science research papers

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(603) Ivon Arroyo, Benedict du Boulay, Ulises Xolocotzin Eligio, Rosemary Luckin, Kaska Porayska-Pomsta: In the Mood for Learning: methodology

(600) Carlos Gomez-Rodriguez, David Weir and John Carroll: Parsing Mildly Non-projective Dependency Structures

(599) Anil Seth: Functions of Consciousness

(598) Tom Froese and Ezequiel A. Di Paolo: Can evolutionary robotics generate simulation models of autopoiesis?

(597) Tom Froese and Ezequiel A. Di Paolo: Stability of Coordination Requires Mutuality of Interaction in a Model of Embodied Agents

(596) Tom Froese and Emmet Spier: Convergence and Crossover: The Permutation Problem Revisited

(595) Benedict du Boulay, Julie Coultas and Rose Luckin: How compelling is the evidence for the effectiveness of e-Learning in the post-16 sector?

(594) Amanda Harris, Nicola Yuill, Rose Luckin: Examining the consistency of mastery and performance goals across group and perceived ability contexts

(593) Tom Froese & Adam Spiers: Toward a Phenomenological Pragmatics of Enactive Perception

(592) Tom Froese: On the Role of AI in the Ongoing Paradigm Shift within the Cognitive Sciences

(591) Tom Froese, Nathaniel Virgo, Eduardo Izquierdo: Autonomy: a review and a reappraisal

(590) Hiroyuki Iizuka and Ezequiel A. Di Paolo: Toward Spinozist Robotics: Exploring the Minimal Dynamics of Behavioural Preference

(589) Ezequiel A. Di Paolo, Marieke Rohde, Hiroyuki Iizuka: Sensitivity to social contingency or stability of interaction? Modelling the dynamics of perceptual crossing

(588) Ezequiel A. Di Paolo, Hiroyuki Iizuka: How (Not) to Model Autonomous Behaviour

(587) Ezequiel Di Paolo, Marieke Rohde and Hanneke De Jaegher: Horizons for the Enactive Mind: Values, Social Interaction, and Play

(586) Hilary Smith, Josh Underwood, Rose Luckin, Geraldine Fitzpatrick: The Public Understanding of Environmental e-Science and SENSE Projects: e-Science Learning Activities

(585) Genaro Rebolledo-Mendez, Edgar Acosta-Chaparro, Madeline Alsmeyer, Katerina, Avramides, Sallyan Bryant, Amanda Harris, Joh Hunt, Zaliman Yusoff: Human Centred Technology Workshop 2006 (Proceedings) Designing for Collaborative as well as Indivualised Environments

(584) Marieke Rohde and Ezequiel Di Paolo: â€œValue Signals” and Adaptation: An Exploration in Evolutionary Robotics

(583) Manuela Jungmann, Nicolas Villar: BodyPresent: Social Coordination of Embodied Stillness

(582) Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Paul Marshall, Anthony Phillips: CVS integration with notification and chat: lightweight team support

(580) Lucinda Kerawalla, Darren Pearce, Nicola Yuill, Rosemary Luckin, Amanda Harris: The design and implementation of classroom activities to teach 7-9 year old children argumentation and listening skills

(579) Eva Hornecker, John Halloran, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Eric Harris: Co-Designing Novel User Experiences at a Historic Manor House

(578) Rosemary Luckin: Learning Contexts as Ecologies of Resources: Issues for the Design of Educational Technology

(577) Thorsten Prante, Brian Meyers, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Lonnie D. Harvel: ECHISE2005 - 1st International Workshop on Exploiting Context Histories in Smart Environments (Proceedings)

(576) Erika Martinez-Miron, Diane Brewster: Advancing the potential for communication, learning and interaction

(575) Steve Torrance: Thin phenomenality and machine consciousness

(574) Ron Chrisley, Rob Clowes, Steve Torrance: Next-generation approaches to machine consciousness

(572) Miguel Garvie, Adrian Thompson: Low overhead self-checking combinatorial and sequential circuits designed by evolution

(571) Jon Robinson, ed.: The 17th White House papers. Graduate research in informatics at Sussex

(569) Diana McCarthy, Rob Koeling, Julie Weeds: Ranking WordNet senses automatically

(568) Blay Whitby: The myth of AI failure

(567) Jon Rimmer, Benjamin Zayas, eds.: Square pegs in round holes? The relationship between empirical research and theoretical frameworks

(564) Kingsley Sage, ed.: The 16th White House papers. Graduate research in cognitive and computing sciences at Sussex

(563) Kingsley Sage, A. Jonathan Howell, Hilary Buxton: Developing context sensitive HMM gesture recognition

(562) A. Jonathan Howell, Kingsley Sage, Hilary Buxton: Developing task-specific RBF hand gesture recognition

(561) R. Luckin, J. Coultas, J. Underwood, B. du Boulay, J. Mateer, R. Mudge, M. Sharples, R. Tongue: Building a framework for interactive educational television content

(560) Stephen Drake: C(N,K) landscapes: an investigation of epistasis and crossover in real-valued GAs

(559) Yvonne Rogers, Mike Scaife, Frances Aldrich, Sara Price: Improving children's understanding of formalisms through interacting with multimedia

(556) Yvonne Rogers, Mike Scaife, Antonio Rizzo: Interdisciplinarity: an emergent or engineered process?

(555) Benjamin Zayas, ed.: Tools for thought: communicating and learning through digital technology

(554) Deborah Horney: The Thatcher illusion: what can it tell us about the infant's developing abilities to distinguish between facial expressions?

(553) Sara Price: Diagram representation: the cognitive basis for understanding animation in education

(552) Julie Weeds, ed.: The 15th White House papers. Graduate research in cognitive and computing sciences at Sussex

(551) Terry Stewart: Learning in artificial life: conditioning, concept formation and sensorimotor loops

(550) Darren Pearce, ed.: The 14th White House papers. Graduate research in cognitive and computing sciences at Sussex

(549) Tom Smith, Phil Husbands, Michael O'Shea: Temporally adaptive networks: analysis of GasNet robot controllers

(548) Ezequiel Di Paolo: Evolving robust robots using homeostatic oscillators

(547) Eldan Goldenberg: Why curiosity didn't kill the primate

(544) George du Boulay, Briony A. Teather, Derek Teather, Nathan Jeffery: A magnetic resonance image description language for neuroradiology

(541) A. Jonathan Howell, Hilary Buxton: Active vision techniques for visually mediated interaction

(540) Lisa Hinkley, George du Boulay, Catriona Good, Benedict du Boulay, Briony Teather, Derek Teather, Mike Sharples, Nathan Jeffery: Computer-based neuroradiology training using a 'small worlds' approach to differential diagnosis

(539) Stephen Clark: Class-based statistical models for lexical knowledge acquisition

(538) Benjamin Zayas, Claudia Gama, eds: Information technologies and knowledge construction: bringing together the best of two worlds

(536) Ezequiel A. Di Paolo: Artificial life and historical processes

(535) Tom Smith, Phil Husbands, Michael O'Shea: Evolvability, neutrality and search difficulty

(534) Tom Smith, Phil Husbands, Michael O'Shea: Characterising fitness landscapes through evolvability

(533) Blay Whitby: Flying lessons: what can aviation investigations tell other disciplines about the human-computer interface?

(532) Darren Pearce, ed.: The 13th White House papers. Graduate research in cognitive and computing sciences at Sussex

(531) Rosemary Luckin, Benedict Du Boulay: Broadband user modelling: where AIED meets ie-TV

(530) Stephen Drake, Phil Husbands: Survival of the sickest: a site-specific recombination operator for accelerated function optimization

(529) Ezequiel Di Paolo: Rhythmic and non-rhythmic attractors in asynchronous random Boolean networks

(528) Nicola Jane Woods: The intersection of internal and external factors in a sound change in New Zealand English

(527) Melanie Green, Philip J. Jaggar: Ex-situ and in-situ focus in Hausa

(526) Melanie Green: The focus properties of copular sentences

(525) Benjamin Zayas, Sam Simpson, eds: The impact of technology on users: Breaking or creating boundaries?

(524) Terry Stewart: Neural models of concept formation and conditioning: a literature review

(523) John Carroll, Robert C. Moore, Stephan Oepen: Efficiency in large-scale parsing systems

(522) David Young: Straight lines and circles in the log-polar image

(521) Beate Grawemeyer, Richard Cox, Carmel Lum: AUDIX: using Java-based software for remediating auditory perceptual deficits

(520) Jamie Sherrah, Shaogang Gong, A.Jonathan Howell, Hilary Buxton: Interpretation of group behaviour in visually mediated interaction

(519) Rudi Lutz: Evolving good hierarchical decompositions of complex systems

(518) Michael Eraut, Benedict du Boulay: Developing the attributes of medical professional judgement and competence: a review of the literature

(516) Jake Chandler: On Being Inexplicit

(515) Matt Quinn, Lincoln Smith, Giles Mayley, Phil Husbands: Evolving formation movement for a homogeneous multi-robot system: teamwork and role-allocation with real robots

(514) A. Jonathan Howell, Hilary Buxton: Gesture recognition for visually mediated interaction

(513) Ann Light: Vermersch's 'explicitation' interviewing technique used in analysing human-computer interaction

(512) Darren Pearce, ed.: The 12th White House papers. Graduate research in cognitive and computing sciences at Sussex

(511) Fabrice Retkowsky, ed.: Interacting through/with technology: increasing the potential for communicating and learning?

(510) Shimon Edelman, Nathan Intrator: Computational models of perceptual learning

(509) Carol O'Neal: A longitudinal study of the phonological acquisition of English consonants

(508) L. Cuthbert, B. du Boulay, D. Teather, B. Teather, M. Sharples, G. du Boulay: Expert/novice differences in diagnostic medical cognition - a review of the literature

(507) Ann Light: Fourteen users in search of a newspaper: the effect of expectation on online behaviour

(506) Anil Seth: A cybernetic perspective on the role of noise in the iterated prisoner's dilemma

(505) Chris Thornton: There is no free lunch but the starter is cheap: generalisation from first principles

(504) Chris Thornton: Truth-from-trash learning and the mobot footballer

(503) Chris Thornton: The building block fallacy

(502) Chris Thornton: Virtual seens and the frequently used dataset

(501) Vicente Guerrero Rojo: MML: a modelling language with dynamic selection of methods

(500) Shimon Edelman, Fiona Newell: On the representation of object structure in human vision: evidence from differential priming of shape and location

(499) Rory Graves, Ian Wakeman: Implementing a Java virtual machine for network simulation

(498) Phil Husbands, Tom Smith, Nick Jakobi, Michael O'Shea: Better living through chemistry: evolving gasnets for robot control

(497) Nick Jakobi: Running across the reality gap: octopod locomotion evolved in a minimal simulation

(496) Bill Keller, ed.: Proceedings of the ESSLLI-98 workshop on automated acquisition of syntax and parsing

(495) Fabrice P. Retkowsky, ed.: The 11th White House papers. Graduate research in cognitive and computing sciences at Sussex

(494) Ann Light, Rose Luckin, Fabrice Retkowsky, Pablo Romero, eds: Human Centred Technology workshop '98 proceedings

(493) Sara Jones: Diagram representation: a comparison of animated and static formats

(492) Joseph Arthur Wood: Improving software designs via the minimum description length principle

(491) J.K. Brook: Cascade-correlation as a model of representational redescription

(490) A.J. Howell, Hilary Buxton: Towards visually mediated interaction using appearance-based models

(489) John Carroll, ed.: Proceedings of workshop on the evaluation of parsing systems

(488) A.J. Howell: Automatic face recognition using radial basis function networks

(486) Rosemary Luckin: 'Ecolab': explorations in the zone of proximal development

(485) Richard Coates: A bibliography of Channel Islands French and the general linguistic situation in the islands to 1997

(484) Marco Antonio Esteves da Rocha: The antecedent-likelihood theory: a methodology to analyse and resolve anaphora in dialogues

(483) Graham C.L. Davey, Angus S. McDonald, Claire E. Ferguson, Anne-Marie O'Neill, Janet Shepherd, Dawn Band: Cognitive neutralising strategies, coping and psychological health

(482) Margaret A. Boden: Is metabolism necessary?

(481) Andy P. Field, Jeremy Tree, Graham C.L. Davey: Evaluative conditioning using disgust facial expressions as unconditioned stimuli: evidence for selective conditioning effects

(480) Sharon Duvdevani-Bar, Shimon Edelman, A. Jonathan Howell, Hilary Buxton: A similarity-based method for the generalization of face recognition over pose and expression

(479) Paul Layzell: The 'evolvable motherboard'. A test platform for the research of intrinsic hardware evolution

(478) John Halloran, Fabrice Retkowsky, eds: The tenth White House papers. Graduate research in the cognitive and computing sciences at Sussex

(477) Malcolm McIlhagga, Ian Wakeman: Architectural requirements of a system retrieving adaptive image objects

(476) Nicholas Sharples: Gaining access to internet quality of service from an application (Netbase)

(475) Angus S. McDonald, Graham C.L. Davey, Geoffrey D.R. Bryant: Injury severity and coping as predictors of psychological health in accident patients

(474) Angus S. McDonald, Graham C.L. Davey: The assessment of coping: methodological issues in the construction of coping inventories

(473) Angus S. McDonald, Graham C.L. Davey: Post-traumatic symptomatology in a non-clinical population: the effects of stressor characteristics and coping on intrusive and avoidant thoughts

(472) Sophie Hodgson, Frank Tallis, Graham C.L. Davey: Worried sick: the relationship between worrying and psychological and physical health status

(471) Karen Barker, Graham C.L. Davey: Categories of disgust: a factor analysis study

(470) Peter M. Williams: Matrix logarithm parametrizations for regularized neural network regression models

(468) Theodoros N. Arvanitis, Des Watson (eds): Abstract book, MEDNET97, the world congress on the Internet in medicine

(467) Stephen Eglen: Modelling the development of the retinogeniculate pathway

(466) John Halloran, Theodoros N. Arvanitis: Toward adaptive dual expert and intelligent tutoring systems in medicine: a case study for spinal injuries diagnosis

(465) L.F. Gonzalez Hernandez: Analysing breakdowns in performance in ZCS

(463) Mike Sharples, Nathan Jeffery, Derek Teather, Briony Teather, George du Boulay: A socio-cognitive engineering approach to the development of a knowledge-based training system for neuroradiology

(462) Joe Faith: In defence of functional analysis

(461) Andrew Wuensche: Attractor basins of discrete networks. Implications on self-organisation and memory

(460) Julie Rutkowska: Computation, dynamics and sensory-motor development

(459) Dave Cliff, Jason Noble: Knowledge-based vision and simple visual machines

(458) Julie C. Coultas: When in Rome... A test of Boyd and Richerson's conformist transmission model

(457) Nick Jakobi: Evolutionary robotics and the radical envelope of noise hypothesis

(456) A.Jonathan Howell, Hilary Buxton: Recognising simple behaviours using time-delay RBF networks

(455) Malcolm McIlhagga, Phil Husbands: The application of a distributed genetic algorithm to a generic scheduling system

(452) Hilary Buxton: Visual interpretation and understanding

(451) Chris Thornton: A no-strings representation theory for adaptive researchers

(450) Chris Thornton: Backpropagation can't do parity generalisation

(449) Chris Thornton: Unsupervised constructive learning

(448) Chris Thornton: The inductive roots of abduction: a task analysis

(447) Chris Thornton: Is transfer inductive?

(446) Bill Keller, Rudi Lutz: A new crossover operator for rapid function optimisation using a genetic algorithm

(445) Ezequiel A. Di Paolo: An investigation into the evolution of communicative behaviors

(444) Bill Keller, Rudi Lutz: Learning stochastic context-free grammars from corpora using a genetic algorithm

(443) Steve Easterbrook, John Callahan: Formal methods for V&V of partial specifications: an experience report

(442) Steve Easterbrook, John Callahan: Independent validation of specifications: a coordination headache

(441) Ronald Lemmen: Embodiment for non-Cartesians

(440) Jason Noble, Sara R. Parsowith: The Ninth White House Papers. Graduate research in the Cognitive and Computing Sciences

(439) Steve Easterbrook, Robyn Lutz, Rick Covington, John Kelly, Yoko Ampo, David Hamilton: Experiences using formal methods for requirements modeling

(438) Steve Easterbrook, Bashar Nuseibeh: Using ViewPoints for inconsistency management

(437) Amer Al-Rawas, Steve Easterbrook: Communication problems in requirements engineering: a field study

(436) Steve Easterbrook: The role of independent V&V in upstream software development processes

(435) John Carroll, ed: Proceedings of workshop on robust parsing at eighth summer school in logic, language and information

(434) Stephen Grand, Dave Cliff, Anil Malhotra: Creatures: artificial life autonomous software agents for home entertainment

(432) Anne Rosemary Tate: Pattern recognition analysis of in vivo magnetic resonance spectra

(431) Andy P. Field: An appropriate control condition for evaluative conditioning

(430) A. Jonathan Howell, Hilary Buxton: Towards unconstrained face recognition from image sequences

(429) T.N. Arvanitis, C. Baldock, J. Lutkin, R. Vincent, D. Watson, eds: European congress of the internet in medicine, MEDNET96, programme and abstracts

(428) Lydia Plowman, Richard Harper, Yvonne Rogers, eds.: The 'professional stranger'

(427) Marco Antonio Esteves da Rocha: A description of an annotation scheme to analyse anaphora in dialogues

(426) Otavio A.S. Carpinteiro: A connectionist approach in music perception

(425) Frederic Gruau, Kameel Quatramaran: Cellular encoding for interactive evolutionary robotics

(424) Otavio A.S. Carpinteiro, Harry G. Barrow: A self-organizing map model for sequence classification

(423) Nick Jakobi: Harnessing morphogenesis

(422) Nick Jakobi: Facing the facts: necessary requirements for the artificial evolution of complex behaviour

(420) Jason Noble, Dave Cliff: On simulating the evolution of communication

(419) C.J. Cox: A graph-theoretic approach to the semantics of discourse and anaphora

(418) Martin Ebdon: Towards a general theory of cerebral neocortex

(417) Lydia Plowman: Rethinking the role of the fieldworker for CSCW: ethnography by proxy

(416) A.Jonathan Howell, Hilary Buxton: Improving generalisation in radial basis function networks for face recognition

(415) Sooman N. Lee: A grammar of Iranian Azerbaijani

(414) Seth Bullock, Dave Cliff: Modelling biases and biasing models: the role of 'hidden preferences' in the artificial co-evolution of symmetrical signals

(413) Steve M. Easterbrook, Theodoros N. Arvanitis: Preparing students for software engineering

(412) Ezequiel A. Di Paolo: A computational model of speciation in non-uniform environments without physical barriers

(411) Sadhana Puntambekar, Benedict du Boulay: Investigating the changes in the metacognitive activities of students while interacting with a computer tool

(410) Sadhana Puntambekar, Benedict du Boulay: Design and development of MIST: a system to help students develop metacognition

(409) Giles Mayley: No pain, no gain: landscapes, learning costs and genetic assimilation

(408) M. McIlhagga, P. Husbands, R. Ives: A comparison of optimization techniques for integrated manufacturing planning and scheduling

(407) William A. Gale, Geoffrey Sampson: Good-Turing frequency estimation without tears

(406) Nicola Woods: The role of women in the formation and development of New Zealand English

(405) Margaret A. Boden: Consciousness and human identity: an interdisciplinary perspective

(404) Stephen Egelen, Jim Stone, Harry Barrow: Learning perceptual invariances: a spatial model

(403) Remedios de Dios Bulos: Goal feasibility assessment: architecture, representation and control strategy

(402) Remedios de Dios Bulos: Goal detection: representation, mechanisms, architecture

(401) Chris Thornton: Brave mobots use representation

(400) Chris Thornton: Parity: the problem that won't go away

(399) Chris Thornton: Why GAs are hard to use

(398) James V. Stone: A canonical microfunction for learning perceptual invariances

(397) Adrian Thompson, Inman Harvey, Philip Husbands: Unconstrained evolution and hard consequences

(396) Ibrahim Kuscu: Incrementally learning the rules for supervised tasks: the Monk's problems

(395) Ibrahim Kuscu: Evolution of learning rules for supervised tasks II: hard learning problems

(394) Ibrahim Kuscu: Evolution of learning rules for supervised tasks I: simple learning problems

(393) M. Sharples, J.B.H. du Boulay, B.A. Teather, D. Teather, N. Jeffery, G.H. du Boulay: The MR Tutor: computer-based training and professional practice

(392) Mike Sharples: An account of writing as creative design

(391) A.Jonathan Howell, Hilary Buxton: Receptive field functions for face recognition

(390) A. Jonathan Howell, Joseph A. Wood eds: The eighth White House papers. Graduate research in the cognitive and computing sciences at Sussex

(389) Sadhana Puntambekar: Investigating the effect of a computer tool on students' metacognitive processes

(388) Mike Sharples: Computational story writing

(387) Mike Sharples: Designs for new writing environments

(386) David Young, Hilary Tunley, Richard Samuels: Specialised Hough transform and active contour methods for real-time eye tracking

(385) Adrian Thompson: Evolving fault-tolerant systems

(384) Seth G. Bullock: Co-evolutionary design: implications for evolutionary robotics

(383) Stephen Eglen: Modelling the development of cat lateral geniculate nucleus with Hebbian learning

(382) Roger Evans, Gerald Gazdar: DATR: A language for lexical knowledge representation

(381) Nicola Yuill, Anna Pearson: Children's understanding of traits as causal mechanisms based on desires

(380) Stephanie Thornton, Jilly Alexander: Psycho-social pressures toward otoplasty in childhood and adolescence: some surprising age and sex effects

(379) Inman Harvey, James V. Stone: Unicycling helps your French: spontaneous recovery of associations by learning unrelated tasks

(378) Geoffrey E. Miller: Artificial life as theoretical biology: how to do real science with computer simulation

(376) A. Jonathan Howell, Hilary Buxton: A scaleable approach to face identification

(375) Susi Ross, Magnus Ramage, Yvonne Rogers: PETRA: participatory evaluation through redesign and analysis

(374) Nicola Yuill, Josef Perner, Anna Pearson, Denise Peerbhoy, Joanne van den Ende: Children's changing understanding of wicked desires: from objective to subjective and moral

(373) Pedro Paulo Balbi de Oliveira: An empirical exploration of computations with a cellular-automata-based artificial life world

(372) Blay Whitby: The virtual sky is not the limit: ethics in virtual reality

(371) Peter M. Williams: Using neural networks to model conditional variate densities

(370) Julie C. Rutkowska: Can development be designed? What we may learn from the Cog Project

(369) Julie C. Rutkowska: Reassessing Piaget's theory of sensorimotor intelligence: a view from cognitive science

(368) Adrian Thompson: Evolving electronic robot controllers that exploit hardware resources

(367) Lydia Plowman: Tracing the evolution of a co-authored text

(366) Aaron Sloman: What enables a machine to understand?

(366) Lydia Plowman: The interfunctionality of talk and text

(365) A. Jonathan Howell and Hilary Buxton: Invariance in radial basis function neural networks in human face classification

(364) Peter de Bourcier, Michael Wheeler: Aggressive signaling meets adaptive receiving: further experiments in synthetic behavioural ecology

(362) Chris Thornton: The worrying statistics of connectionist representation

(361) Chris Thornton: Learning where to go without knowing where that is: the acquisition of a non-reactive mobot behaviour by explicitation

(360) Chris Thornton: The grandmother-sensor fallacy

(359) Chris Thornton: Why conditional approach is hard to learn

(358) Steve Easterbrook, Bashar Nuseibeh: Managing inconsistencies in an evolving specification

(357) Michael Wheeler, Peter de Bourcier: How not to murder your neighbor: using synthetic behavioral ecology to study aggressive signaling

(356) Bruce Katz: Towards a unified theory of humour

(355) Kyran Dale: Evolving neural network controllers for task defined robots

(354) Chris Thornton: The 1994 COGS Robotics Challenge

(353) Ron Chrisley, Andy Holland: Connectionist synthetic epistemology: requirements for the development of objectivity

(352) Stephanie Thornton: Mobilising recall as a basis for inference

(351) James V Stone: Computer Vision: What is the object?

(350) Peter de Bourcier, Ronald Lemmen, Adrian Thompson (eds): The Seventh White House Papers. Graduate Research in the Cognitive and Computing Sciences at Sussex

(349) Sharon Wood: When Being Reactive Just Won't Do

(348) Mark J. Jary: Relevance and politeness

(347) Dave Cliff, Susi Ross: Adding Temporary Memory to ZCS

(346) Andrew Wuensche: The emergence of memory: categorisation far from equilibrium

(345) Teresa del Soldato, Benedict du Boulay: Formalisation and implementation of motivational tactics in tutoring systems

(344) Vicente Guerrero-Rojo: MML, a modelling language with dynamic selection of methods

(343) Steve Easterbrook: Coordination breakdowns: Why groupware is so difficult to design

(342) Richard Coates: The inheritance of language

(341) Lydia Plowman: Not being there: a pragmatic approach to workplace studies

(340) Eevi Beck: Practices of collaboration in writing and their support

(338) Dave Cliff: Neuroethology, Computational

(337) Theodoros N. Arvanitis, Des Watson: The use of time series analysis for the study of respiratory motion artefacts in MRI/MRS: review and initial results from the use of the Lomb-Scargle periodogram

(336) M. Sharples, B. du Boulay, D. Teather, B.A. Teather, N. Jeffery, G.H. du Boulay: The cognitive basis for an MR image tutor

(335) Mike Scaife, Yvonne Rogers: External cognition: how do graphical representations work?

(334) Mike Scaife, Eleanor Curtis, Charlie Hill: Inter-disciplinary collaboration: A case study of software development for fashion designers

(333) Steve Easterbrook, Anthony Finkelstein, Jeff Kramer, Bashar Nuseibeh: Co-ordinating distributed ViewPoints: the anatomy of a consistency check

(332) Harry G. Barrow, Alistair J. Bray: Models of synaptic development in early visual cortex

(331) Alistair J. Bray, Harry G. Barrow: Simple cell adaptation in visual cortex: a computational model of processing in the early visual pathway

(330) James V. Stone: Learning spatio-temporal invariances

(329) James V. Stone: Evolutionary robots: our hands in their brains?

(328) James V. Stone, Raymond Lister: On the relative time complexities of standard and conjugate gradient back propagation

(327) Michael Wheeler: Active perception in meaningful worlds

(324) Mike Sharples: An introduction to Human Computer Interaction

(323) Dave Cliff: AI and A-Life: Never mind the blocksworld

(322) Margaret A. Boden: Creativity: Inspiration, intuition, or illusion?

(321) Andrew Wuensche: Complexity in One-D Cellular Automata: gliders, basins of attraction and the Z parameter

(320) Michael Wheeler: For Whom The Bell Tolls? The Roles of Representation and Computation in the Study of Situated Agents

(319) Ibrahim Kuscu, Chris Thornton: Design of artificial neural networks using genetic algorithms: review and prospect

(318) Dave Cliff, Inman Harvey, Phil Husbands: General visual robot controller networks via artificial evolution

(317) Inman Harvey, Phil Husbands, Dave Cliff: Seeing the light: artificial evolution, real vision

(316) Theodoros N. Arvanitis, Des Watson: Investigating respiratory motion artefacts and ROPE in magnetic resonance spectroscopy

(315) Colin C. Hand: Model Indexing using parametrised features

(313) David Young: First-order optic flow

(312) Peter M. Williams: Bayesian regularisation and pruning using a Laplace prior

(311) Geoffrey F. Miller, Dave Cliff: Co-Evolution of Pursuit and Evasion I: Biological and Game-Theoretic Foundations

(310) Andy Clark, Pepa Toribio: Doing without representing?

(309) M. Sharples, B.A. Teather, N. Jeffery, D. Teather, B. du Boulay, A.I. Direne, G.H. du Boulay: Statistical modelling and structured image description for intelligent tutoring in MR imaging of the head

(308) Chris Thornton: Supervised learning of conditional approach: a case study

(307) Margaret A. Boden: Autonomy and Artificiality

(306) Richard Dallaway: Dynamics of arithmetic: a connectionist view of arithmetic skills

(305) D.T. Cliff: Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects

(304) Peter de Bourcier, Michael Wheeler: Signalling and territorial aggression: an investigation by means of synthetic behavioural ecology

(303) Teresa del Soldato: Motivation in Tutoring Systems

(302) Stephanie Thornton: Constraints on change in children's problem-solving: the role of specific strategies

(301) Andy Holyer: Methods for evaluating user interfaces

(300) J.K. Brook, T.N. Arvanitis, eds.: The Sixth White House Papers: Graduate research in the Cognitive and Computing Sciences at Sussex

(299) Margaret A. Boden: Multiple personality and computational models

(298) Horst Hendriks-Jansen: Scientific explanations of behaviour: the approach through evolution and learning

(297) Horst Hendriks-Jansen: Scientific explanations of behaviour: the approach through formal task-description

(296) Nicola Yuill, Kate Easton: The Role of Linguistic Ambiguity in Understanding and Improving Children's Text Comprehension

(295) Richard Coates: Language in the landscape: place-naming and language change

(294) Alexandre I. Direne: Methodology and tools for designing concept tutoring systems

(293) Hilary Buxton, Shaogang Gong: Advanced visual surveillance

(292) Andy Clark: Representational Trajectories in Connectionist Learning

(291) Andy Clark, Chris Thornton: Trading Spaces: computation, representation and the limits of learning

(290) Geoffrey F. Miller, Jennifer J. Freyd: Dynamic mental representations of animate motion: The interplay among evolutionary, cognitive, and behavioral dynamics

(289) Andy Clark: Dealing in futures: folk psychology and the role of representations in cognitive science

(288) Matthew Elton: Towards Artificial Creativity

(287) Matthew Elton: Human and animal consciousness

(286) Mike Sharples, Andrew Clutterbuck, James Goodlet: A Comparison of algorithms for Hypertext notes network linearisation

(285) Mike Sharples: Computer support for the rhythms of writing

(284) Michael Wheeler: Explaining the behaviour of springs, pendulums, and cognizers

(283) Maria Virvou: A human plausible reasoning theory in the context of an active help system for Unix

(282) Chris Thornton: Representation as function-hiding

(281) Andrew Wuensche: The Ghost in the Machine: Basins of attraction of random Boolean Networks

(280) Ann Copestake: The representation of lexical semantic information

(279) Julie C. Rutkowska: An Infant's-eye view of adaptive behaviour and change in situated systems

(278) Inman Harvey: The puzzle of the persistent question marks: a case study of genetic drift

(277) Peter G.R. de Bourcier: Animat navigation using visual landmarks

(276) Mukesh J. Patel, Benedict du Boulay: Evaluation of contrasting Prolog trace outputs

(275) Charles C. Wood: A cognitive dimensional analysis of idea sketches

(274) Chris Thornton: How Much is Enough? A Connectionist Perspective on the Representation Debate

(273) Ian Rogers, Jonathan Cunningham, Aaron Sloman: Towards a visual notation, and editor, for User Interface Design

(272) Rudi Lutz: Towards an intelligent debugging system for Pascal programs: on the theory and algorithms of plan recognition in Rich's plan calculus

(271) : PLUG '92 Proceedings of Conference

(270) Andy Clark: Minimal Rationalism

(269) R. Chrisley, E. McDermott, S. Katagiri: Objective Functions for Improved Pattern Classification with Back-propagation Networks

(268) David J. Weir: Linear iterated pushdowns

(267) I. Harvey, P. Husbands, D. Cliff: Genetic convergence in a species of evolved robot control architectures

(266) Peter M. Williams: Implementing Algebraic Covariance in Feed-forward Networks

(265) P. Husbands, I. Harvey, D. Cliff: Analysing recurrent dynamical networks evolved for robot control

(264) D.T. Cliff, P. Husbands, I. Harvey: Analysis of evolved sensory-motor controllers

(263) D.T. Cliff, S.G. Bullock: Adding 'Foveal Vision' to Wilson's Animat

(262) Antonio Carlos Roque da Silva Filho: Investigation of a generalised version of Amari's continuous model for neural networks

(261) Adam Kilgarriff: Polysemy

(260) Andy Clark: The varieties of eliminativism (sentential, intentional and catastrophic)

(259) Ronald L. Chrisley: Connectionism, cognitive maps and the development of objectivity

(258) Stephanie Thornton: Using what you know to make judgments: some preliminary developmental results

(257) Christopher Taylor: A formal logical analysis of causal relations

(256) D. Cliff, I. Harvey, P. Husbands: Incremental evolution of neural network architectures for adaptive behaviour

(255) Mike Sharples: Cognitive support and the rhythm of design

(254) Haider Ali Ramadhan: Intelligent Systems for Discovery Programming

(253) Yvonne Rogers: Ghosts in the network: distributed troubleshooting in a shared working environment

(252) Steve Easterbrook: Domain modelling with hierarchies of alternative viewpoints.

(251) C. Wood, R. Davidge, P. Costa: The Fifth White House Papers: Graduate Research in the Cognitive and Computing Sciences in Sussex

(250) Robert Davidge: Processors as organisms

(249) Judy Delin, Jon Oberlander: Syntactic constraints on discourse structure: the case of It-clefts

(248) Pedro Paulo Balbi de Oliveira: Enact: an artificial-life world in a family of cellular automata

(247) Ronald L. Chrisley: The ontological status of computational states

(246) Ronald L. Chrisley: Taking embodiment seriously: non-conceptual content and computation

(245) Inman Harvey: Untimed and misrepresented: connectionism and the computer metaphor

(244) Mike Sharples, Benedict du Boulay: Heart and head: the radiology tutor and beyond

(243) Jonathan Meyer, Pauline Jones, Mike Sharples: An Introduction to HiPWorks: an AI/Hypermedia Authoring Environment

(242) Charles C. Wood: A Cultural-Cognitive Approach to Cognitive Writing

(241) Lionel Moser: Simulating Turing machines in DATR

(240) Lionel Moser: Evaluation in DATR is co-NP-Hard

(239) L.J. Cahill, Richard Coates (eds): Sussex Papers in General and Computational Linguistics

(238) Richard Coates: Exponence in Morphology

(237) Pedro Paulo Balbi de Oliveira: Methodological issues within a framework to support a class of artificial life worlds in cellular automata

(236) K. Vijay-Shanker, David J. Weir: The equivalence of four extensions of context-free grammars

(235) Chris Thornton: The complexity of constructive induction

(234) Chris Thornton: Learning level-raising mappings: what is the problem?

(233) Andy Holyer: Top-down object-based user interface definition and design paradigms

(231) Philip Husbands: An ecosystems model for integrated production planning

(230) Charles C. Wood: A study of the graphical mediating representations used by collaborating authors

(229) Peter M. Williams: A Marquardt Algorithm for choosing the step-size in backpropagation learning with conjugate gradients

(227) S.M. Easterbrook, E.E. Beck, J.S. Goodlet, L. Plowman, M. Sharples, C.C. Wood: A survey of empirical studies of conflict in relation to CSCW

(226) Geoffrey Goodhill: Correlations, Competition and Optimality: modelling the development of topography and ocular dominance

(225) Chris Mellish, David Allport, Anthony F. Hartley, Roger Evans, Lynne J. Cahill, Robert Gaizauskas, John Walker: The TIC message analyser

(224) Sharon Wood, ed.: Proceedings of the Eleventh Workshop of the UK Planning Special Interest Group

(223) Inman Harvey: The SAGA cross: the mechanics of recombination for species with variable length genotypes

(222) Inman Harvey: Evolutionary robotics and SAGA: the case for hill crawling and tournament selection

(221) Inman Harvey: Species Adaptation Genetic Algorithms: a basis for a continuing SAGA

(220) D. Cliff, P. Husbands, I. Harvey: Evolving visually guided robots

(219) I. Harvey, P. Husbands, D. Cliff: Issues in evolutionary robotics

(218) Chris Thornton: Why connectionist learning algorithms need to be more creative

(217) M-M. Portmann, S.M. Easterbrook: PMI: Knowledge elicitation and De Bono's thinking tools

(216) Lionel Moser: Lexical Constraints in DATR

(215) Lionel Moser: DATR Paths as arguments

(214) R.J. Gaizauskas: Deriving answers to logical queries by answer composition: a new approach to deductive question answering

(213) Margaret Deuchar, Angeles Clark: Bilingual acquisition of the voicing contrast in word-initial stop consonants in English and Spanish

(212) Xu Li-Qun, David Young, David Hogg: Building a model of a road junction using moving vehicle information

(211) H. Tunley: Second-order visual motion processing: a distributed approach

(210) Pedro Paulo Balbi de Oliveira: A cellular automaton to embed genetic search

(209) J.V. Stone: Shape from Texture: a computational analysis

(208) Christopher S. Mellish, Roger Evans, John Walker: The TIC Project final report

(207) Margaret A. Boden: The impact of AI on philosophy

(206) D.T. Cliff: Neural networks for visual tracking in an artificial fly

(205) Bill Keller: Feature logics, infinitary descriptions and the logical treatment of grammar

(204) R.L. Trask: A textbook of syntax

(203) Shiu Yin Kelvin Yuen: Shape from contour and segmentation using symmetries

(202) Steve Easterbrook: Handling conflict between domain descriptions with computer-supported negotiation

(201) Shiu Yin K. Yuen: Connective Hough Transform

(200) R. Dallaway, T. Del Soldato, L. Moser, eds.: The Fourth White House Papers: Graduate research in the cognitive and computing sciences at Sussex

(199) Bruce F. Katz: ILN: A Unified approach to integrated learning

(198) Sharon Wood: Specifying the 'Ultimate Autonomous Agent Architecture': a discussion paper

(197) Steve Easterbrook: Negotiation and the role of the requirements specification

(196) Mukesh Patel, Uwe Schnepf: Concept formation as emergent phenomena

(195) Margaret A. Boden: What is Creativity?

(194) Aaron Sloman: Prolegomena to a theory of communication and affect

(193) Andy Clark, Annette Karmiloff-Smith: The Cognizer's Innards: a psychological and philosophical perspective on the development of thought

(192) Aaron Sloman: Interaction between philosophy and artificial intelligence: the role of intuition and non-logical reasoning in intelligence

(190) Mike Sharples, James Goodlet, Eevi Beck, Charles Wood, Steve Easterbrook, Lydia Plowman, Warren Evans: A framework for the study of computer supported collaborative writing

(189) Nicola Yuill: Children's use of trait terms: a critical review and analysis

(188) Richard Coates: Morphophonemics: a tutorial survey

(187) Mike Sharples: Computer-based tutoring of visual concepts: from novice to expert

(186) Mike Sharples, Malcolm Evans: Computer Support for the Development of Writing Abilities

(185) Aaron Sloman: Developing concepts of consciousness

(184) Adam Kilgarriff: An analysis of distinctions between dictionary word senses

(183) Steve Easterbrook: What is Hypertext

(182) John Cole: Government-binding and language typology

(181) L.J. Cahill: Syllable-based morphology for Natural Language Processing

(180) Xu Li-Qun, G.D. Tattersall: Interactive recurrent nets for speech recognition: principles, algorithms and experiments

(edition)) S.J. Eglen, J. Noble: A directory of faculty research in the Cognitive and Computing Sciences at Sussex

(178) Alistair J. Bray: Recognising and tracking polyhedral objects

(177) Chris Taylor, Benedict du Boulay, Mukesh Patel: Outline proposal for a Prolog 'Textual Tree Tracer' (TTT)

(176) Aaron Sloman, Monica Croucher: Why robots will have emotions

(175) Richard Coates: English Proper Names since 1776: a theoretical and historical survey

(174) Julie Rutkowska: Contrasting Piagetian and computational accounts of infant action

(173) Julie Rutkowska: Looking for 'constraints' in infants' perceptual-cognitive development

(172) D.T. Cliff, L.J. Cahill, (eds.): The Third White House Papers: graduate research in the Cognitive Sciences at Sussex

(171) Ian Rogers: Embedding X into the Poplog environment

(170) Sharon Wood: Plan recognition, dynamic world modelling and plan elaboration in the autodrive system for rapidly changing, uncertain, multi-agent environments

(169) John Cole: A look at some aspects of creole genesis

(168) David Young: Quantitative ecological optics

(167) J.V. Stone: Shape from texture: textural invariance and the problem of scale in perspective images of textured surfaces

(166) Hilary Tunley: A neural network model for dynamic image processing

(165) Glen A. Kramer: Solving geometric constraint systems

(164) Aaron Sloman: Beyond Turing Equivalence

(163) D.T. Cliff: Network control for animate vision with nonuniform sampling

(162) D.T. Cliff: Computational Neuroethology: a provisional manifesto

(161) Sharon Wood: The trainee teacher support system: reference manual

(160) Aaron Sloman: The Explanatory Roles of Mental States.

(159) Andrew Casson: Event Abstraction Debuggers for Layered Systems in Prolog

(158) Tom Khabaza: Towards AND/OR Parallel Logic Programming

(157) Sharon Wood: Planning in a Rapidly Changing Environment

(156) Franco Civello: Analogy Driven Reuse of Software Designs

(155) Maria Thereza Indiani de Oliveira: A Field Theory Approach to 'Cooking' Verbs in English and Portuguese

(154) Mike Sharples, Lyn Pemberton: Starting from the Writer: Guidelines for the Design of User-Centred Document Processors.

(153) Robert Smith, Aaron Sloman, John Gibson: POPLOG's Two-level Virtual Machine Support for Interactive Languages

(152) Rudi Lutz: Chart Parsing of Flowgraphs

(151) Lynne J. Cahill, David T. Cliff, editors: The Second White House Papers: Graduate Research in the Cognitive Sciences at Sussex

(150) Helen L. Petrie: The Production of Adverbial and Relative Clauses in Spontaneous Speech

(149) Shiu-Yin Kelvin Yuen, Vaclav Hlavac, David Hogg: Connectivity, The Hough transform and the dynamic combinatorial Hough transform

(148) Margaret A. Boden: Horses of a different colour

(147) Anthony Robins: Distributed representation of type and category

(146) Aaron Sloman: On designing a visual system

(145) David Hogg: Interpreting images of a known moving object

(143) Andy Clark: Connectionism, non-conceptual content and representational redescription

(142) Norman Archer: An object-oriented prototype for supporting system model design

(141) Shiu-Yin Kelvin Yuen: Shape from contour using symmetries

(140) David Pickles: Intentionality, representation and function

(139) Roger Evans, Gerald Gazdar: The DATR papers: February 1990

(138) Christo Dichev, Benedict du Boulay: An enhanced trace tool for Prolog

(137) Larry Trask: Why the Basque transitive verb is not passive

(136) Darina Dicheva, Benedict du Boulay: Rebuilding the blocks tutor

(135) Mike Sharples: The radiology tutor: computer-based teaching of visual categorisation

(134) Andy Clark: The believer's innards

(133) Allan Ramsay: Reasoning about properties

(132) Allan Ramsay: Extended graph unification

(131) Allan Ramsay: The logic of 'most'

(130) Allan Ramsay: Relevant constraints in model elimination

(129) Allan Ramsay: The semantic structure of noun phrases

(128) Robert J. Gaizauskas: A theory of answers for first order deductive database systems

(127) Richard Coates: On the semantics of proper names

(126) Christopher Thornton: An information-theoretic foundation for inductive generalisation

(125) Andy Clark: Beyond eliminativism

(124) Richard Coates: Two sketches on syllabicity

(123) Mike Sharples: A development methodology for cognitive support systems

(122) Mike Sharples, James Goodlet, Lyn Pemberton: Developing a writer's assistant

(121) Lyn Pemberton: Using HyperCard to test the design of Writer's Assistant

(119) Mike Sharples, Lyn Pemberton: Representing writing: an account of the writing process with regard to the writer's external representations

(118) Margaret Walker: Caregiver speech style and the child's acquisition of deictic expressions

(117) Robert M. Smith: A high performance version of the POPLOG virtual machine: reports 1 & 2

(116) Sharon Wood, Trevor Pateman: Expert systems in teacher education

(115) Julie C. Rutkowska: Perception, action and representation in infancy: a computational approach

(114) Alistair J. Bray: Tracking models using convergence techniques

(113) Christo Dichev, Benedict du Boulay: A data tracing system for Prolog novices

(112) Kristina Hook, Josie Taylor, Benedict du Boulay: Redo "Try once and pass": the influence of complexity and graphical notation on novices' understanding of Prolog

(111) Josie Taylor: Programming in Prolog: an in-depth study of problems for beginners learning to program in Prolog

(110) Christopher Thornton: A computational model for the data compression metaphor

(109) Christopher Thornton: Links between content and information-content

(108) Andy Clark: Thoughts, sentences and cognitive science

(107) Robert N. Banks: A system for learning disjunctive rules and concepts

(106) Aaron Sloman: AI and the information systems factory

(105) Andy Clark: Connectionist AI and psychological explanation

(104) Andy Clark: Folk-psychology, thought and context

(103) Rory K. Woodward: The conflict of qualitative reasoning

(102) Mike Sharples, Benedict du Boulay: Knowledge representation, teaching strategy and simplifying assumptions for a concept tutoring system

(101) Lyn Pemberton, Mike Sharples: Textual structures in a computer based writer's assistant system

(098) Benedict du Boulay, Aaron Sloman: Bread today, jam tomorrow: the impact of AI on education

(097) Aaron Sloman: Why philosophers should be designers

(096) David Young: Representing images for computer vision

(095) Simone Doctors: Native speakers' perceptions of non-native speech and the importance of pronunciation to their evaluation

(094) Lynne J. Cahill: A two-level morphological processor

(093) Rory K. Woodward: ISA: the business link

(092) Margaret A. Boden: Escaping from the Chinese room

(091) Markus Lusti: A problem solving consultant in financial analysis

(090) Josie Taylor, Benedict du Boulay: Learning and using Prolog: an empirical investigation

(089) George Dayantis: Types, modularisation and abstraction in logic programming

(088) Claire O'Malley: Understanding explanation

(087) Margaret Deuchar, Angeles Clark: Infant bilingualism: are there two voicing systems?

(086) William R. Keller: An overview of the Project NASEV parser

(085) Roger Evans: Theoretical and computational interpretations of Generalised Phrase Structure Grammar

(084) Roger Evans: Towards a formal specification for defaults in GPSG

(083) Guy L. Scott: Local and global interpretation of moving images

(082) Simone Doctors: Babbling and early speech: the continuity issue

(081) Richard Coates: Notes on the past of the Gaelic dialect of St.Kilda

(080) David Young: Describing the information for action

(079) Allan Ramsay: Connection graphs and decidable theories

(078) Andrew Law: A selective review of Artificial Intelligence

(077) Richard Coates: On a class of solutions to a phonological dilemma

(076) Mark Paul Keefe: New directions in object oriented programming: concepts, issues and alternatives

(074) Allan Ramsay: Knowing that and knowing what

(073) William R. Keller: Nested Cooper Storage: the proper treatment of quantification in ordinary noun phrases

(070) Gerald Gazdar: Linguistic applications of default inheritance mechanisms

(069) Allan Ramsay: Syntactic theory and computational linguistics

(068) Allan Ramsay: Underdetermined feature sets

(067) Christopher Thornton: Hypercuboid-formation behaviour of two learning algorithms

(065) Aaron Sloman: A personal view of Artificial Intelligence

(063) Andrew Law: The META-HELP browser: towards a practical interface to on-line documentation

(062) Aaron Sloman: Motives, mechanisms and emotions

(061) George Dayantis: Logic program derivation for a class of first order logic relations

(060) Josie Taylor, Benedict du Boulay: Studying novice programmers: why they may find learning Prolog hard

(059) Matthew Huntbach: Program synthesis by inductive inference

(058) Gerald Gazdar, Christopher S. Mellish: Computational linguistics

(057) Gerald Gazdar: Generative grammar

(056) Benedict du Boulay, Mark Elsom-Cook, Tom Khabaza, Josie Taylor: POPLOG and the learner: An artificial Intelligence programming environment used in education

(055) Ephraim Paz: Parsing Prolog traces using a DCG grammar

(054) Rudi Lutz: Diagram parsing - a new technique for Artificial Intelligence

(052) Aaron Sloman: Why we need many knowledge representation formalisms

(051) Aaron Sloman: Real time multiple-motive expert systems

(050) Aaron Sloman: Artificial Intelligence and Popper's three worlds

(048) Ephraim Paz: A system for generating explanations of Prolog program results

(047) Aaron Sloman: Reference without causal links

(046) Alan M. Frisch: Parsing with restricted quantification

(045) Keith Oatley, Philip N. Johnson-Laird: Sketch for a cognitive theory of the emotions

(044) Rudi Lutz: Program debugging by near-miss recognition and symbolic evaluation

(043) Josie Taylor: Why novices will find learning Prolog hard

(040) William R. Keller: A lexicon handler for the ProGram grammar development system

(039) William R. Keller: Generating logic from ProGram parse trees

(037) Allan Ramsay: Effective parsing with Generalised Phrase Structure Grammar

(035) Roger Evans, Gerald Gazdar: The ProGram manual

(033) Trevor Pateman: Using and defending cognitive theory

(032) Keith Oatley: Cognitive appraisal of life events preceding depression

(029) Philip Staines: Logical links and reliable knowledge representation

(028) Aaron Sloman: The structure and space of possible minds

(027) Aaron Sloman: Intelligent systems: a brief overview

(025) Jon L. Cunningham: Comprehension by model-building as a basis for an expert system

(023) Allan Ramsay: A note on efficient context switching

(022) Margaret A. Boden: The meeting of man and machine

(021) Margaret A. Boden: Artificial Intelligence and biological reductionism

(020) Margaret A. Boden: Methodological links between AI and other disciplines

(019) Margaret A. Boden: Fashions of Mind

(018) Margaret A. Boden: Artificial Intelligence and social forecasting

(017) Margaret A. Boden: The educational implications of Artificial Intelligence

(016) Margaret A. Boden: Artificial Intelligence and animal psychology

(015) Margaret A. Boden: Failure is not the spur

(013) Aaron Sloman: Skills, learning and parallelism

(012) Aaron Sloman: Beginners need powerful systems

(009) Aaron Sloman: Towards a computational theory of mind

(007) Gerald Gazdar, Geoffrey K. Pullum: Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar: a theoretical synopsis

(006) Gerald Gazdar, Ewan Klein, Geoffrey K. Pullum, Ivan A. Sag: Coordinate structure and unbounded dependencies

(005) Julie C. Rutkowska: Explaining infant perception: insights from Artificial Intelligence

(004) Aaron Sloman, Monica Croucher: You don't need a soft skin to have a warm heart: towards a computational analysis of motives and emotions

(003) Steven Hardy: The POPLOG programming system

(001) Christopher S. Mellish: Incremental evaluation: an approach to the semantic interpretation of noun phrases