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1996 Midwest Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference

Reference to Papers in Proceedings

There are several proposals for reference to papers available on the World-Wide Web (for example, Todd Land's Proposed Standard for Referencing Online Documents in Scientific Publications and Janice Walker's MLA-Style Citations of Electronic Sources), but apparently none for papers in conference proceedings on the Web. Proceedings differ in that the content of the papers is fixed. Thus, unlike most Web documents, a publication date is meaningful. We suggest the following format. This is based on APA style; adjust it to fit other styles.



  1. paper Bradley J. Best, Michele M. Benkert, John S. Monahan, and Michael C. Stinson: "Comparing Subjective Contour Perception in Artificial Neural Networks and Infants"
  2. paper Douglas Blank: "Implicit Analogy-Making: A Connectionist Exploration"
  3. paper Paul Bolls, Robert F. Potter, and Annie Lang: "Television, Arousal, and Memory"
  4. paper paper(PS) Brett J. Borghetti, Edward M. Williams, and Eugene Santos, Jr. "Inferencing Over Incomplete Solution Spaces with Genetic Algorithms for Probabilistic Reasoning"
  5. paper Stefan Brandle: "Understanding Human Communication Acknowledgement Protocols By Studying Artificial Communication Protocols"
  6. paper Ilene Burnstein, Floyd Saner, and Katherine Roberson: "Generating Chunks and Chunk Signatures for Program Recognition and Fault Localization"
  7. paper(PS) Shannon Campbell: "Loose Synchrony in Relaxation Oscillator Networks with Time Delays"
  8. paper Norman Carver: "Acting in Spite of Nonmonotonicity: Evidence Reliability in Nonmonotonic Domains and Nearly Monotonic Problems"
  9. paper Erdogan Cesmeli: "Texture Segmentation Using Gabor Filters and LEGION"
  10. paper Peter Drake: "Multitask Constructive Induction"
  11. paper Alex Eulenberg: "Moreover, Besides, What is More: More than Just Conjunctions"
  12. paper Gregory Francis: "Neural Network Dynamics of Inhibition: Metacontrast Masking"
  13. paper paper(PS) Reva Freedman: "Using a Text Planner to Model the Behavior of Human Tutors in an ITS"
  14. paper Michael Glass and Martha W. Evens: "Goals for the CIRCSIM-Tutor v.3 Input Understander"
  15. paper Robert A. Harrington, Sheila Banks, and Eugene Santos, Jr.: "Development of an Intelligent User Interface for a Generic Expert System"
  16. paper paper(PS) Michael Hucka and Stephen Kaplan: "Texture-Based Processing in Early Vision and a Proposed Role for Coarse-Scale Segmentation"
  17. paper Gregory Hume, Joel Michael, and Allen Rovick: "The Student Model: From Text-Based to Multimedia Tutoring Systems"
  18. paper Murugan Kannan and Martha W. Evens: "A Text Realization System to Transform Shallow Semantic Forms to FDs in an Intelligent Tutoring System"
  19. paper Freeman A. Kilpatrick Jr., Gregg H. Gunsch, and Eugene Santos, Jr.: "Induction and State-Space Search for an Intelligent Training System"
  20. paper Jong-Sun Kim and Martha W. Evens: "Efficient Coreference Resolution for Proper Names in the Wall Street Journal Text"
  21. paper Andrew Kinley, David Wilson, and David B. Leake: "Learning How to Reason from Prior Experiences"
  22. paper Charles Kurtz: "Relational Operators on Generalized Quantifiers"
  23. paper Pattarachai Lalitrojwong, Paul Buchheit, and Martha Evens: "The INFANT System: Past, Present, and Future"
  24. paper Annie Lang, Paul Bolls, and Karlynn Kawahara: "Arousal, Complexity, and Television Viewing"
  25. paper Lianggang Lou: "Sequential Effects Reflect Unintended Rule-Like Representation of Association"
  26. paper James B. Marshall and Douglas R. Hofstadter: "Beyond Copycat: Incorporating Self-Watching into a Computer Model of High-Level Perception and Analogy-Making"
  27. paper Daniel McConnell and Geoffrey P. Bingham: "Perception of Spatial Scale in Events from Information in Motion"
  28. paper Abdulrahman A. Mirza: "PROTRAN: An Intelligent, Rule Based Program Transformation System"
  29. paper James T. Newkirk: "Language Evolution in a Dynamic Environment"
  30. paper L. John Old: "Synonymy and Word Equivalence"
  31. paper David Pautler: "Social Agents for Communicative Tasks"
  32. paper Robert Port, Keiichi Tajima, and Fred Cummins: "Self-entrainment in Animal Behavior and Human Speech"
  33. paper Shekhar Pradhan: "Reasoning with Contestations and Preferences"
  34. paper paper(PS) Uta Priss: "Classification of Meronymy by Methods of Relational Concept Analysis"
  35. paper John Rehling: "Multiple Representation Types in Perception"
  36. paper Matthias Scheutz and Jenett Tillotson: "A Dynamic View of Reference"
  37. paper Gary Shank and Donald J. Cunningham: "Six Modes of Peircean Abduction"
  38. paper paper(PS) Farhana Shah and Martha Evens: "How to Respond to Student Initiatives in Tutoring Systems"
  39. paper Naeem Shareef: "Segmentation of MRI and CT Data Using Locally Excitatory Globally Inhibitory Oscillator Networks" (Winner of Best Student Paper Award)
  40. paper Robert S. Stufflebeam: "Using PET Toward a Naturalized Model of Human Language Processing"
  41. paper Da-Jinn Wang, Tsong-Yi Chen, and Martha W. Evens: "Friendly Medical Database System Interface in Chinese"
    Note: you will need to set your browser to Chinese encoding (Big 5 or EUC-TW) to read the Chinese characters in this paper.
  42. paper paper(PS) Joel D. Young and Eugene Santos, Jr.: "Introduction to Temporal Bayesian Networks"

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