- REPORTS 1-25: Question answering in a story understanding system / Wendy G. Lehnert (1) -- SAM - a story understander / Roger C. Schank (2)-- Research at Yale in natural-language processing / Roger C. Schank (3) -- The process of question answering / Wendy G. Lehnert (6) -- Skimming newspaper stories by computer / Gerald F. DeJong (7) -- Analysing english noun groups for their conceptual content / Anatole V. Gershman (8) -- Ideological belief system simulation / Jaime G. Carbonell (9) -- Representing physical objects in memory / Wendy G. Lehnert (13)-- On the use of framed knowledge in language comprehension / Eugene Charniak (14) -- Micro – sam and micro – eli exercises in popular cognitive mechanics / Christopher K. Riesbeck et al. (15) -- Interestingness: controlling inferences / Roger C. Schank (19) -- Integrated partial parsing / Roger C. Schank et al. (20) -- Knowledge-based machine translation / Jaime G. Carbonell et al. (21) -- Subjective understanding: computer models of belief systems / Jaime G. Carbonell (25) --
REPORTS 26-56: Retrieving information from an episodic memory or why computers’ memories should be more like people’s / Roger C. Schank et al. (26) -- The role of object primitives in natural-language processing / Wendy G. Lehnert et al. (30)-- A process model of language acquisition / Mallory G.R. Selfridge (34) -- The psychological status of the scrip concept / Robert P. Abelson (38) -- Memory organization and search processes for narratives / Michael G. Dyer et al. (39) -- The roles of knowledge and deduction an algorithm creation / David R. Barstow (41) -- Casual coherence and memory for events in narratives / John B. Black et al. (44) -- Psycholinguistic processes in writing / John B. Black (45) -- The representation of scripts in memory / Valeria Abbott et al. (46) -- In defense of commonsense representations of knowledge / Robert P. Abelson (47) -- Memory, meaning, and syntax / Roger C. Schank et al. (51) -- Conceptual information retrieval / Roger C. Schank et al. (52) -- Three-dimensional mental rotation revisited: picture plane rotation is really faster than depth rotation / Steven P. Shwartz (56) --(26)
REPORTS 57-86: The search for pronominal referents / Steven P. Shwarts (57)-- Finding objects with given spatial properties / Drew McDermott (58)-- What do novices know about programming? / Elliot M. Soloway et al. (63) -- Modeling memory for language understanding / Roger C. Schank et al. (64) -- An empirical investigation of the tacit plan knowledge in programming / Kate Ehrlich et al. (65)-- Representation and translation / Steven L. Lytinen et al. (68) -- Coordinating discovery and verification research / John B. Black et al. (69) -- Online processing of pragmatic inferences / Colleen M. Seifert et al. (72) -- Thematic knowledge structures in the understanding and generation of narratives / Brian J. Reiser et al. (73) -- The psychological study of story understanding / John B. Black et al. (76) -- The control of mundane knowledge in memory / Noel E. Sharkey (80) -- Levels of expectation in understanding a sentence / Noel E. Sharkey et al. (81) -- Scheduling heuristics for problem solvers / David Miller (82) -- Classifying bugs is a tricky business / W. Lewis Johnson et al. (86) --
REPORTS 89-118: Bug catalogue: I. / W. Lewis Johnson et al. (89)-- Time map maintenance / Thomas L. Dean (90) -- Goal, plan, and outcome tracking in computer text-editing performance / Scott P. Robertson (93) -- Qualitative and quantitative temporal reasoning / Stanley Letovsky (94) -- Representing and acquiring geographic knowledge / Ernest S. Davis (98) -- Explanation: a first pass / Roger Schank (102) -- A model of software design / Beth Adelson et al. (103) -- Direct memory access parsing / Christopher K. Riesbeck et al. (106) -- Reasoning about access to equipment / Eric G. Urdang (107) -- Bug catalogue: II, III, IV. / James C. Spohrer et al. (108) -- Questions and thought / Roger C. Schank (113)-- Education and computers: an AI perspective / Roger C. Schank et al. (117) -- Temporal imagery: an approach to reasoning about time for planning and problem solving / Thomas L. Dean (118).
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Collection title from header of microfiche : Report 1, Yale University - Report 118, Yale University.
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"This collection combines the research literature of the Yale Artificial Intelligence Project and the Yale Cognitive Science Program.
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- Later reports included in: Current reports/AI.
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