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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Instructions, Intentions and Expectations by Bonnie Webber Norman Badler Barbara Di Eugenio Chris Geib Libby Levison Michael Moore IRCS Report 94-01 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Instructions, Intentions and Expectations by Bonnie Webber Norman Badler Barbara Di Eugenio Chris Geib Libby Levison Michael Moore IRCS Report 94-01 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Verb Phrase Ellipsis: Form, Meaning, and Processing (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Daniel Hardt IRCS Report 93-23 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 August 1993 Site of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Computational Model of Syntactic Processing: Ambiguity Resolution from Interpretation (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Michael Niv IRCS Report 93-27 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia,
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Goal-Directed Diagnosis - Diagnostic Reasoning in Exploratory-Corrective Domains by Ron Rymon IRCS Report 93-36 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October 1993 Site
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science An SE-tree based Characterization of the Induction Problem by Ron Rymon IRCS Report 93-15 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1993 Site of the NSF Science and
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Communication and Coarticulation in Facial Animation (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Catherine Pelachaud IRCS Report 91-45 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October 1991
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Verb Phrase Ellipsis: Form, Meaning, and Processing (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Daniel Hardt IRCS Report 93-23 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 August 1993 Site of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Lexical Acquisition as Constraint Satisfaction by Jeffrey Mark Siskind IRCS Report 93-41 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1993 Site of the NSF Science
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science An Information-Theoretic Solution for Parameter Setting by Eric Brill Shyam Kapur IRCS Report 93-07 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1993 Site of the NSF
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Lexical Acquisition as Constraint Satisfaction by Jeffrey Mark Siskind IRCS Report 93-41 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1993 Site of the NSF Science
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Search Plans (Dissertation Proposal) by Michael B. Moore IRCS Report 93-29 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October 1993 Site of the NSF Science and Technology
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science GRASP News Volume 9, Number 1 by Faculty and Graduate Students of the General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception Laboratory IRCS Report 93-31 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Planning Responses From High-Level Goals: Adopting the Respondent s Perspective Cooperative Response Generation by Brant Cheikes IRCS Report 93-17 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science An Information-Theoretic Solution for Parameter Setting by Eric Brill Shyam Kapur IRCS Report 93-07 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1993 Site of the NSF
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Planning Responses From High-Level Goals: Adopting the Respondent s Perspective Cooperative Response Generation by Brant Cheikes IRCS Report 93-17 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Elastically Deforming a ThreeDimensional Atlas to Match Anatomical Brain Images by Jim C. Gee Martin Reivich Ruzena Bajcsy IRCS Report 93-37 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science GRASP News Volume 9, Number 1 by Faculty and Graduate Students of the General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception Laboratory IRCS Report 93-31 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science An SE-tree based Characterization of the Induction Problem by Ron Rymon IRCS Report 93-15 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1993 Site of the NSF Science and
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Towards Goal-Directed Diagnosis (Preliminary Report) by Ron Rymon Bonnie L. Webber University of Pennsylvania John R. Clarke (Medical College of Pennsylvania) IRCS Report 91-36
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Direct Approach to Vision Guided Manipulation by Marcos Salganicoff University of Pennsylvania Giorgio Metta Andrea Oddera Giulio Sandini University of Genoa IRCS Report 93-48
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Explicit Forgetting Algorithms for Memory Based Learning by Marcos Salganicoff IRCS Report 93-49 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1993 Site of the NSF
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Vision-Based Learning Method for Pushing Manipulation by Marcos Salganicoff University of Pennsylvania Giorgio Metta Andrea Oddera Giulio Sandini University of Genoa IRCS Report
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Explicit Forgetting Algorithms for Memory Based Learning by Marcos Salganicoff IRCS Report 93-49 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1993 Site of the NSF
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Diagnostic Reasoning and Planning in Exploratory-Corrective Domains (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Ron Rymon IRCS Report 93-40 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 November
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Direct Approach to Vision Guided Manipulation by Marcos Salganicoff University of Pennsylvania Giorgio Metta Andrea Oddera Giulio Sandini University of Genoa IRCS Report 93-48
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Vision-Based Learning Method for Pushing Manipulation by Marcos Salganicoff University of Pennsylvania Giorgio Metta Andrea Oddera Giulio Sandini University of Genoa IRCS Report
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Density-Adaptive Learning and Forgetting by Marcos Salganicoff IRCS Report 93-50 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1993 Site of the NSF Science and
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Density-Adaptive Learning and Forgetting by Marcos Salganicoff IRCS Report 93-50 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1993 Site of the NSF Science and
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Informational Redundancy and Resource Bounds in Dialogue (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Marilyn A. Walker IRCS Report 93-45 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Informational Redundancy and Resource Bounds in Dialogue (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Marilyn A. Walker IRCS Report 93-45 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Understanding Natural Language Instructions: A Computational Approach to Purpose Clauses (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Barbara Di Eugenio IRCS Report 93-52 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Understanding Natural Language Instructions: A Computational Approach to Purpose Clauses (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Barbara Di Eugenio IRCS Report 93-52 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Screamer: A Portable Efficient Implementation of Nondeterministic Common LISP by Jeffrey Mark Siskind University of Pennsylvania David Allen McAllester MIT Artificial Intelligence
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Screamer: A Portable Efficient Implementation of Nondeterministic Common LISP by Jeffrey Mark Siskind University of Pennsylvania David Allen McAllester MIT Artificial Intelligence
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science The Derivational Generative Power of Formal Systems or Scrambling is Beyond LCFRS by Tilman Becker University of Saarlandes Owen Rambow University of Pennsylvania Michael Niv
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Two-Dimensional Hierarchy for Parallel Rewriting Systems by Owen Rambow University of Pennsylvania Giorgio Satta Universit di Venezia IRCS Report 94-02 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Spherical Retinal Flow for a Fixating Observerby J. Inigo Thomas Eero Simoncelli Ruzena Bajcsy GRASP Laboratory IRCS Report 94-03 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Two-Dimensional Hierarchy for Parallel Rewriting Systems by Owen Rambow University of Pennsylvania Giorgio Satta Universit di Venezia IRCS Report 94-02 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Spherical Retinal Flow for a Fixating Observerby J. Inigo Thomas Eero Simoncelli Ruzena Bajcsy GRASP Laboratory IRCS Report 94-03 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 IRCS Report 93-06 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1993 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science Scrambling as Case-Driven Obligatory Movemen (Ph.D. Dissertation) by
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 IRCS Report 93-06 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1993 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science Scrambling as Case-Driven Obligatory Movemen (Ph.D. Dissertation) by
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science The Informational Component (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Enric Vallduv IRCS Report 93-38 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October 1993
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Corpus-Based Approach to Language Learning by Eric Brill IRCS Report 93-44 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1993 Site of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Informational Redundancy and Resource Bounds in Dialogue by Marilyn A. Walker IRCS Report 93-20 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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P E NN University of PennsylvaniaFounded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Phrase Structure and the Syntax of Clitics in the History of Spanish (Ph.D. Dissertation)byJosep M. Fontana IRCS Report 93-24 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C
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P E NN University of PennsylvaniaFounded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Phrase Structure and the Syntax of Clitics in the History of Spanish (Ph.D. Dissertation)byJosep M. Fontana IRCS Report 93-24 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Selection and Information: A ClassBased Approach to Lexical Relationships (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Philip Stuart Resnik IRCS Report 93-42 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street,
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Selection and Information: A ClassBased Approach to Lexical Relationships (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Philip Stuart Resnik IRCS Report 93-42 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street,
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Informational Redundancy and Resource Bounds in Dialogue by Marilyn A. Walker IRCS Report 93-20 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science The Informational Component (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Enric Vallduv IRCS Report 93-38 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October 1993
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Discourse Strategies for AttentionLimited Agents by Marilyn A. Walker IRCS Report 93-21 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 July 1993
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Discourse Strategies for AttentionLimited Agents by Marilyn A. Walker IRCS Report 93-21 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 July 1993
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Process Algebra, CCS, and Bisimulation Decidability by Seth Kulick IRCS Report 94-06 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1994
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Process Algebra, CCS, and Bisimulation Decidability by Seth Kulick IRCS Report 94-06 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1994
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Progressive Horizon Planning Planning Exploratory-Corrective Behavior RON RYMON, BONNIE L. WEBBER AND JOHN R. CLARKE
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Progressive Horizon Planning - Planning Exploratory-Corrective Behavior by Ron Rymon Bonnie Webber John R. Clarke IRCS Report 92-31 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite
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Learning and Forgetting for Perception-Action: A Projection Pursuit and Density Adaptive Approach Marcos Salganicoff A Dissertation in Computer and Information Science Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Learning and Forgetting for Perception - Action: A Projection Pursuit and Density Adaptive Approach (Dissertation) by Marcos Salganicoff IRCS Report 92-39 University of Pennsylvania
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Progressive Horizon Planning - Planning Exploratory-Corrective Behavior by Ron Rymon Bonnie Webber John R. Clarke IRCS Report 92-31 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite
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Progressive Horizon Planning Planning Exploratory-Corrective Behavior RON RYMON, BONNIE L. WEBBER AND JOHN R. CLARKE
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A Novel Radial Intensity Based Edge Operator Gregory Provan Hany Farid Eero Simoncelli MS-CIS-94-07 GRASP LAB 369 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA A Novel Radial Intensity Based Edge Operator Gregory
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Subsumption Architecture and Discrete Event Systems: A Comparison Luca Bogoni MS-CIS-94-09 GRASP LAB 370 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Subsumption Architecture and Discrete Event Systems: A
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Spherical Retinal Flow For A Fixating Observer Inigo Thomas Eero Simoncelli Ruzena Bajcsy MS-CIS-94-06 GRASP LAB 368 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Spherical Retinal Flow for a Fixating Observer
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Control of Visually Guided Behaviors Jana Kosecka Ruzena Bajcsy Max Mintz MS-CIS-93-101 GRASP LAB 367 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Control of Visually Guided Behaviors Jana Ko<=seck a Ruzena
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Psychology as a Natural Science in the Eighteenth Century by Gary Hatfield IRCS Report 94-07 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May
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View Selection Strategies for Multi-View, Wide-Baseline Stereo Hany Farid Sang Wook Lee Ruzena Bajcsy MS-CIS-94-18 GRASP LAB 373 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA View Selection Strategies for
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Psychology as a Natural Science in the Eighteenth Century by Gary Hatfield IRCS Report 94-07 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science CLIFF Notes Research in the Language, Information and Computation Laboratory of the University of Pennsylvania Annual Report: Spring 1993 Editors: Libby Levison and Matthew Stone IRCS
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science CLIFF Notes Research in the Language, Information and Computation Laboratory of the University of Pennsylvania Annual Report: Spring 1993 Editors: Libby Levison and Matthew Stone IRCS
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Extended Intensity Range Imaging Brian C. Madden MS-CIS-93-96 GRASP LAB 366 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Extended Intensity Range Imaging Brian C. Madden GRASP Laboratory University of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Querying Nested Collections (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Limsoon Wong IRCS Report 94-09 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May 1994 Site
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Notes on the Antisymmetry of Syntax by Bernhard Rohrbacher IRCS Report 94-05 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 March 1994 Site of the NSF Science and Technology
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Notes on the Antisymmetry of Syntax by Bernhard Rohrbacher IRCS Report 94-05 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 March 1994 Site of the NSF Science and Technology
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science English Main Verbs Move Never by Bernhard Rohrbacher IRCS Report 94-04 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 March 1994 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science English Main Verbs Move Never by Bernhard Rohrbacher IRCS Report 94-04 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 March 1994 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center
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Review of the Literature on Time-Optimal Control of Robotic Manipulators Milos Zefran MS-CIS-94-30 GRASP LAB 375 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Review of the Literature on Time-Optimal Control of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Formal and Computational Aspects of Natural Language Syntax (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Owen Rambow IRCS Report 94-08 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Formal and Computational Aspects of Natural Language Syntax (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Owen Rambow IRCS Report 94-08 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Aspects of Partial Information in Databases (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Leonid Libkin IRCS Report 94-10 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Aspects of Partial Information in Databases (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Leonid Libkin IRCS Report 94-10 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Computational Approach to Aspectual Composition (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Michael White IRCS Report 94-11 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Computational Approach to Aspectual Composition (Ph.D. Dissertation) by Michael White IRCS Report 94-11 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA
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Control and Coordination of Locomotion and Manipulation of a Wheeled Mobile Manipulator Yoshio Yamamoto MS-CIS-94-39 GRASP LAB 377 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA CONTROL AND COORDINATION OF
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Behavior-Based Control for TimeDelayed Teleoperation Matthew R. Stein MS-CIS-94-43 GRASP LAB 378 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Behavior-Based Control for Time-Delayed Teleoperation Matthew R. Stein
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1983 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 1 and 9 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Bajcsy, Ruzena Integrating Vision and Touch For Robotics Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1984 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 2 through 8 and 10 through 33 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Allen, Peter Surface Descriptions from Vision and Touch . . . . . . . . .
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1988 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 130B through 171 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Anderson, Helen L. GRASP Lab Camera Systems and Their Effect On Algorithms . . . . . .
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1990 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 200 through 246 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Agrawal, Sanjay, Salganicoff, Marcos, Chan, Michael and Bajcsy, Ruzena HEAP: A Sensory
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1991 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 247 through 297 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Agrawal, Sanjay Hands: Human To Robotic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1989 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 172 through 199 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Agrawal, Sanjay Control Framework For Hand{Arm Coordination . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1987 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 89 through 130A Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Anderson, Helen L. Edge Detection For Object Recognition In Aerial Photographs . . . .
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1992 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 298 through 340 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Bogoni, Luca Superquadric Library User Manual and Utility Programs . . . . . . . . . .
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1986 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 57 through 88 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Bajcsy, Ruzena and Kovacic, Stane Toward An Individualized Brain Atlas Elastic Matching .
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1993 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 341 through 367 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Adams, Julie Robust Hypothesis Testing and Statistical Color Classification . . . . . .
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1985 GRASP Laboratory Technical Reports GRASP LAB Reports 34 through 56 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Index Allen, Peter and Bajcsy, Ruzena Two Sensors Are Better Than One: Example Of Integration
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Description Based Parsing in a Connectionist Network (Ph.D. Dissertation) by James Henderson IRCS Report 94-12 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia,
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Description Based Parsing in a Connectionist Network (Ph.D. Dissertation) by James Henderson IRCS Report 94-12 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia,
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Remaking the Science of Mind: Psychology as Natural Science by Gary Hatfield IRCS Report 94-13 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A General Framework for Hybrid Substructural Categorial Logics (Draft: August 31, 1993) by Mark Hepple IRCS Report 94-14 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A General Framework for Hybrid Substructural Categorial Logics (Draft: August 31, 1993) by Mark Hepple IRCS Report 94-14 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Binding and Control in CCG and its Relatives by Mark Steedman IRCS Report 94-15 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1994
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Null Subjects in Early Child English and the Theory of Economy of Projection by Tom Roeper University of Massachusetts at Amherst Bernhard Rohrbacher University of Pennsylvania IRCS
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Kolmogorov Complexity and the Information Content of Parameters by Robin Clark IRCS Report 94-17 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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the composed models, the joint locations of the underlying human parts were identified. Our physics-based algorithm couples the processes of segmentation, shape and motion estimation. This coupling produced very encouraging re- sults on the decomposition and the estimation of shape of motion of the
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Active Motion-Based Segmentation of Human Body Outlines by Ioannis A. Kakadiaris Dimitri Metaxas Ruzena Bajcsy IRCS Report 94-19 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Active Motion-Based Segmentation of Human Body Outlines by Ioannis A. Kakadiaris Dimitri Metaxas Ruzena Bajcsy IRCS Report 94-19 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite
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the composed models, the joint locations of the underlying human parts were identified. Our physics-based algorithm couples the processes of segmentation, shape and motion estimation. This coupling produced very encouraging re- sults on the decomposition and the estimation of shape of motion of the
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that the model under consideration (m0) was instantiated, k is an a priori defined constant and d is the vector of local deformations. (a) -Pi -3Pi/4 -Pi/2 -Pi/4 Pi/4 Pi/2 3Pi/4 Pi -0.1 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 v px(t)-px(t0) 2 4 6 8 10 -Pi -3Pi/4 -Pi/2 -Pi/4 Pi/4 Pi/2 3Pi/4 Pi -0.2 0.2 0.4 0.6 t v
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Active Part-Decomposition, Shape and Motion Estimation of Articulated Objects: A Physics-based Approach by Ioannis A. Kakadiaris Dimitri Metaxas Ruzena Bajcsy IRCS Report 94-18
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two legs do not fully occlude each other), the actor flexes the foot. Then, the actor bends the knee. In the second phase, from the position where the left (or right) leg is extended, the actor steps forward and raises the rear leg. Again, when the rear leg reaches a comfortable position, the actor
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(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Figure 6: Segmentation, shapeand motion estimation of a human arm. A sample of the image sequence. -Pi -3Pi/4 -Pi/2 -Pi/4 Pi/4 Pi/2 3Pi/4 Pi 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 v Errorof Fit (a-1) (a-2) (a-3) (a-4) (b) (c) -Pi -3Pi/4 -Pi/2 -Pi/4 Pi/4 Pi/2 3Pi/4 Pi -0.2 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 1.4 v
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two legs do not fully occlude each other), the actor flexes the foot. Then, the actor bends the knee. In the second phase, from the position where the left (or right) leg is extended, the actor steps forward and raises the rear leg. Again, when the rear leg reaches a comfortable position, the actor
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Active Part-Decomposition, Shape and Motion Estimation of Articulated Objects: A Physics-based Approach by Ioannis A. Kakadiaris Dimitri Metaxas Ruzena Bajcsy IRCS Report 94-18
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science The Well-tempered Computer by Mark Steedman IRCS Report 94-20 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 November 1994 Site of the NSF
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science The Well-tempered Computer by Mark Steedman IRCS Report 94-20 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 November 1994 Site of the NSF
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Physics-Based Object Pose and Shape Estimation from Multiple Views by Michael Chan Dimitri Metaxas IRCS Report 94-23 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Final Report to NSF of the Standards for Facial Animation Workshop by Catherine Pelachaud Norman I. Badler Marie-Luce Viaud IRCS Report 94-21 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Final Report to NSF of the Standards for Facial Animation Workshop by Catherine Pelachaud Norman I. Badler Marie-Luce Viaud IRCS Report 94-21 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Physics-Based Tracking of 3D Objects in 2D Image Sequences by Michael Chan Dimitri Metaxas Sven Dickinson (Dept. of Computer Science, University of Toronto) IRCS Report 94-22
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science On German Verb Syntax under Age 2 by Bernhard Rohrbacher Anne Vainikka IRCS Report 94-24 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Linear Structure From Motion by Inigo Thomas Eero Simoncelli IRCS Report 94-26 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1994 Site
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Linear Structure From Motion by Inigo Thomas Eero Simoncelli IRCS Report 94-26 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1994 Site
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Shared-Memory Multiprocessor Implementation of Data-Parallel Operators for ML by Dan Suciu University of Pennsylvania Lorenz Huelsbergen AT&T Bell Laboratories IRCS Report 94-27
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Shared-Memory Multiprocessor Implementation of Data-Parallel Operators for ML by Dan Suciu University of Pennsylvania Lorenz Huelsbergen AT&T Bell Laboratories IRCS Report 94-27
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Korean Grammar Using TAGs by Hyun Seok Park IRCS Report 94-28 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1994 Site of the NSF
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Korean Grammar Using TAGs by Hyun Seok Park IRCS Report 94-28 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1994 Site of the NSF
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Combining Color and Geometry for the Active, Visual Recognition of Shadows Gareth Funka-Lea Ruzena Bajcsy MS-CIS-94-62 GRASP LAB 384 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Combining color and geometry for
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Linear Structure From Motion Inigo Thomas Eero Simoncelli MS-CIS-94-61 GRASP LAB 383 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Linear Structure From Motion Inigo Thomas Eero Simoncelli GRASP Laboratory, and
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P E NN University of PennsylvaniaFounded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Pronominal Clitics in Qu bec Colloquial French: A Morphological Analysis (Ph.D. Dissertation)byJulie Auger IRCS Report 94-29 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science SodaJack: An Architecture For Agents That Search For And Manipulate Objects by Christopher Geib Libby Levison Michael B. Moore IRCS Report 94-31 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Multiple-Conclusion Meta-Logic by Dale Miller IRCS Report 94-30 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1994 Site of the NSF
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science SodaJack: An Architecture For Agents That Search For And Manipulate Objects by Christopher Geib Libby Levison Michael B. Moore IRCS Report 94-31 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Domain-Independent Queries on Databases with External Functions by Dan Suciu IRCS Report 94-32 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Domain-Independent Queries on Databases with External Functions by Dan Suciu IRCS Report 94-32 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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THE VISUAL RECOGNITION OF SHADOWS BY AN ACTIVE OBSERVER GARETH D. FUNKA-LEA A DISSERTATION in COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. 1994 Ruzena Bajcsy Supervisor of
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Cooperative Material Handling by Human and Robotic Agents: Module Development and System Synthesis J. Adams, R. Bajcsy, J. Kosecka, V. Kumar, R. Mandelbaum, M. Mintz, R. Paul, C.-C. Wang, Y. Yamamoto and X. Yun MS-CIS-95-01 GRASP LAB 385 Department of Computer and Information Science School of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Review of the Literature on Time-Optimal Control of Robotic Manipulators by Milos Zefran IRCS Report 94-34 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA
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Characterization, Calibration, and Use of the Perceptron Laser Range Finder in a Controlled Environment Richard Pito MS-CIS-95-05 GRASP LAB 388 Department of Computer and Information Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA Characterization,
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Subsumption Architecture and Discrete Event Systems: A Comparison by Luca Bogoni IRCS Report 94-33 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Review of the Literature on Time-Optimal Control of Robotic Manipulators by Milos Zefran IRCS Report 94-34 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Lexicalized Tree Adjoining Grammar for English by The XTAG Research Group IRCS Report 95-03 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science CLiFF Notes Research in the Language, Information and Computation Laboratory of the University of Pennsylvania Annual Report: 1994, No. 4 Editors: Matthew Stone and Libby Levison IRCS
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science CLiFF Notes Research in the Language, Information and Computation Laboratory of the University of Pennsylvania Annual Report: 1994, No. 4 Editors: Matthew Stone and Libby Levison IRCS
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Efficient Evidential Indexing of Three-Dimensional Models using Prototypical Parts Ron Katriel A Dissertation in Computer and Information Science Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 1994 Lokendra
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A First-Order Axiomatization of the Theory of Finite Trees by Rolf Backofen James Rogers DFKI Saarbr cken IRCS K. Vijay-Shankar University of Delaware IRCS Report 95-02 University of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A First-Order Axiomatization of the Theory of Finite Trees by Rolf Backofen James Rogers DFKI Saarbr cken IRCS K. Vijay-Shankar University of Delaware IRCS Report 95-02 University of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Programming Constructs for Unstructured Data by P. Buneman S. B. Davidson D. Suciu IRCS Report 95-06 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Centering: A Framework for Modelling the Local Coherence of Discourse by Barbara J. Grosz Harvard University Aravind K. Joshi Scott Weinstein IRCS IRCS Report 95-01 University of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Probabilistic Matching of Brain Images by J.C. Gee University of Pennsylvania L. LeBriquer C. Barillot Universit de Rennes I D.R. Haynor University of Washington IRCS Report 95-07
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Probabilistic Matching of Brain Images by J.C. Gee University of Pennsylvania L. LeBriquer C. Barillot Universit de Rennes I D.R. Haynor University of Washington IRCS Report 95-07
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Bayesian Approach to the Brain Image Matching Problem by J.C. Gee University of Pennsylvania L. LeBriquer C. Barillot Universit de Rennes I D.R. Haynor University of Washington R.
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Disambiguation of Super Parts of Speech (or Supertags): Almost Parsing by Aravind K. Joshi B. Srinivas IRCS Report 95-10 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Freely Available Syntactic Lexicon for English by Dania Egedi IRCS Patrick Martin SRA IRCS Report 95-11 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science XTAG System - A Wide Coverage Grammar for English by Christy Doran Dania Egedi Beth Ann Hockey B. Srinivas IRCS Martin Zaidel BBN IRCS Report 95-09 University of Pennsylvania 3401
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science A Freely Available Syntactic Lexicon for English by Dania Egedi IRCS Patrick Martin SRA IRCS Report 95-11 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-12 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1995 (originally published in September 1994) Site of the NSF Science and
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science Disambiguation of Super Parts of Speech (or Supertags): Almost Parsing by Aravind K. Joshi B. Srinivas IRCS Report 95-10 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-13 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1995 (originally published in 1994) Site of the NSF Science and Technology
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-13 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1995 (originally published in 1994) Site of the NSF Science and Technology
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Sensor Planning with Bayesian Decision Analysis Steen Kristensen1 Laboratory of Image Analysis Aalborg University Fredrik Bajers Vej 7D DK-9220 Aalborg E Denmark E-mail: sk@vision.auc.dk URL: http://www.vision.auc.dk/ sk March 24, 1995 1This work was done at the GRASP Laboratory, University of
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Sensor Planning with Bayesian Decision Analysis Steen Kristensen1 Laboratory of Image Analysis Aalborg University Fredrik Bajers Vej 7D DK-9220 Aalborg E Denmark E-mail: sk@vision.auc.dk URL: http://www.vision.auc.dk/ sk March 24, 1995 1This work was done at the GRASP Laboratory, University of
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-04 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 March 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-04 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 March 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-14 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-15 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive
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P E N N University of Pennsylvania Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740 The Institute For Research In Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-15 University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 June 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-16 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Reconstructing the evolutionary history of natural languages Tandy
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 June 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-16 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Reconstructing the evolutionary history of natural languages Tandy
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 June 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-17 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science The Computational Analysis of the Syntax and Interpretation of
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 June 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-17 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science The Computational Analysis of the Syntax and Interpretation of
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-20 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Tree Growth and Morphosyntactic Triggers In Adult SLA Anne
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-21 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Proof Theoretic Approach to Specification Languages Jawahar
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-21 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Proof Theoretic Approach to Specification Languages Jawahar
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-22 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Verb Semantics for English-Chinese Translation Martha Palmer
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-23 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science A Constructive Game Semantics For the Language of Linear
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-23 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science A Constructive Game Semantics For the Language of Linear
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-25 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Kripke Models and the (In)equational Logic of the
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From active perception to active cooperation | fundamental processes of intelligent behavior Ruzena Bajcsy General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception Laboratory, Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA In the ten years since we put
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From active perception to active cooperation | fundamental processes of intelligent behavior Ruzena Bajcsy General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception Laboratory, Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA In the ten years since we put
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-28 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Finite Model Theory and Finite Variable Logics Ph.D.
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-28 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Finite Model Theory and Finite Variable Logics Ph.D.
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-27 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Modal Logic Over Finite Stuctures Eric Rosen Modal Logic over
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The Problem of Signal and Symbol Integration: A Study of Cooperative Mobile Autonomous Agent Behaviors Ruzena Bajcsy and Jana Ko<=seck a GRASP Laboratory Department of Computer and Information Science University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, 301C Philadelphia, PA 19104
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1992 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 92-47 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Syntactic Locality and Tree Adjoining Grammar: Grammatical,
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 August 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-18 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Parallel Programming Languages for Collections Ph.D.
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 August 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-18 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Parallel Programming Languages for Collections Ph.D.
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 November 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-29 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Attention in Early Scientific Psychology Gary Hatfield
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 November 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-29 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Attention in Early Scientific Psychology Gary Hatfield
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-31 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Empty Subjects in Finnish and Hebrew Anne Vainikka Yonota Levy
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SENSOR PROCESSING FOR MOBILE ROBOT LOCALIZATION, EXPLORATION AND NAVIGATION ROBERT MANDELBAUM A DISSERTATION in COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. October 1995
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SENSOR PROCESSING FOR MOBILE ROBOT LOCALIZATION, EXPLORATION AND NAVIGATION ROBERT MANDELBAUM A DISSERTATION in COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. October 1995
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-24 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Proving Properties of Typed Lambda Terms Using Realizability,
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-24 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Proving Properties of Typed Lambda Terms Using Realizability,
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-26 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Typing Untyped Lambda-Terms, or Reducibility Strikes Again!
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95-26 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Typing Untyped Lambda-Terms, or Reducibility Strikes Again!
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PennEyes A Binocular Active Vision System Brian C. Madden and Ulf M. Cahn von Seelen fmadden, cahng@grip.cis.upenn.edu GRASP Laboratory Department of Computer and Information Science University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Room 301C Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA December 1995
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 February 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96-01 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science A Semantics of Contrast and Information Structure for
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A visually oriented representation of planar relative position Jean-Marc Odobez February 9, 1996 GRASP Laboratory 3401 Walnut Street, Room 331C University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228, USA
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 February 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--02 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science *k*-Universal Finite Graphs Eric Rosen Saharon Shelah Scott
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Human Factors Experimental Analysis of the MASC System Julie A. Adams General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception Laboratory Department of Computer and Information Science The University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Room 301C Philadelphia PA 19104-6228
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Human Factors Experimental Analysis of the MASC System Julie A. Adams General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception Laboratory Department of Computer and Information Science The University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Room 301C Philadelphia PA 19104-6228
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 March 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--03 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Critiquing: Effective Decision Support In Time-Critical Domains
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--04 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Mathematical Approaches to Comparative Linguistics Tandy Warnow
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400C Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 November 1995 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 95--30 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science First Order Logic, Fixed Point Logic and Linear Order Anuj
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A FRAMEWORK FOR MODELING AND VERIFYING VISUALLY GUIDED AGENTS: DESIGN, ANALYSIS AND EXPERIMENTS Jana Ko<=seck a GRASP Laboratory University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, 301C Philadelphia, PA 19104 janka@grip.cis.upenn.edu March, 1996 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS First and foremost I would like to thank my
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A FRAMEWORK FOR MODELING AND VERIFYING VISUALLY GUIDED AGENTS: DESIGN, ANALYSIS AND EXPERIMENTS Jana Ko<=seck a GRASP Laboratory University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, 301C Philadelphia, PA 19104 janka@grip.cis.upenn.edu March, 1996 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS First and foremost I would like to thank my
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ACQUISITION OF VARIABLE RULES: (-t,d) DELETION AND (ing) PRODUCTION IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN Julia Lee Roberts A DISSERTATION in Linguistics Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 1994
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ACQUISITION OF VARIABLE RULES: (-t,d) DELETION AND (ing) PRODUCTION IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN Julia Lee Roberts A DISSERTATION in Linguistics Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 1994
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Optimal Motion Plans for Cooperating Nonholonomic Mobile Manipulators in an Environment with Obstacles Jaydev P. Desai and Vijay Kumar General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception (GRASP) Laboratory University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Room 301C, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228
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Minimax Rules Under Zero-One Loss for a Restricted Location Parameter 1 Gerda Kamberova, and Max Mintz2 Department of Computer and Information Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104-6389
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Adaptive correlation tracking of targets with changing scale Cahn von Seelen, Ulf M. Bajcsy, Ruzena GRASP Laboratory Department of Computer and Information Science University of Pennsylvania June 1996
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AUTOMATED SURFACE ACQUISITION USING RANGE CAMERAS RICHARD PITO A DISSERTATION PROPOSAL in COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. May, 1996 Prof. Ruzena Bajcsy
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--19 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Learning First Order Quantifier Denotations An Essay in
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Scaling the Dynamic Approach to Path Planning and Control: Competition among Behavioral Constraints Edward W. Large GRASP Laboratory University of Pennsylvania Henrik I. Christensen Laboratory of Image Analysis Aalborg University Ruzena Bajcsy GRASP Laboratory University of Pennsylvania GRASP Laboratory
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--18 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Graphical Communicating Shared Resources: A Language for the
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 June, 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--16 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science The Question of Root Infinitives in Early Child Greek Spyridoula
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--23 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Automatic Detection of Omissions in Translations I. Dan
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--22 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science A Geometric Approach to Mapping Bitext Correspondence I. Dan
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 September 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--24 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Syntax and Discourse Factors in Early New High German:
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--26 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Porting SIMR to New Language Pairs I. Dan Melamed Porting SIMR
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--27 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science A Lexical Theory of Quantification in Ambiguous Query
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 April 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--05 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science The Workings of the Intellect: Mind and Psychology Gary Hatfield
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PIPELINE RENDERING: INTERACTION AND REALISM THROUGH HARDWARE-BASED MULTI-PASS RENDERING PAUL JOSEPH DIEFENBACH A DISSERTATION in COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--29 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Using Syntactic Information in Document Filtering: A
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--30 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Automatic Induction of Rules for Text Simplification R.
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--31 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Gleaning Information from the Web: Using Syntax to Filter Out
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--28 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Quantifier Scope, Lexical Semantics, and Surface Structure
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--34 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Continuous Methods for Motion Planning Milos Zefran
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--32 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Kinematic Control of Human Postures for Task Simulation
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MODEL-BASED SHAPE AND MOTION ANALYSIS: LEFT VENTRICLE OF A HEART JINAH PARK A DISSERTATION in COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 1996 Dimitris N. Metaxas
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1993 IRCS Technical Reports 11 stract data types, thereby creating an extended language. While the programming language without the definition of ADT's is completely described by its operational semantics, the new constants in the extended language need to be specified in some appropriate formalism.
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1995 IRCS Technical Reports 8 Finite Model Theory and Finite Variable Logics Eric Rosen (Ph.D. Dissertation) IRCS-95-28 In this dissertation, I investigate some questions about the model theory of finite structures. One goal is to better understand the expressive power of various logical languages,
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1994 IRCS Technical Reports 9 Subsumption Architecture and Discrete Event Systems: A Comparison Luca Bogoni IRCS-94-33 MS-CIS-94-09 In this paper we review Subsumption Architecture and Discrete Event Systems. These approaches present diverse methodologies for dealing with control of interactions. They
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1991 IRCS Technical Reports 13 system sarchitecture that follows from the perceptual task decomposition.The predictions of this theory are that an artificial systemcan explore and learn about its environment modulo its sensors,manipulators, end effectors and exploratory procedures/ attributeextractors.
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1992 IRCS Technical Reports 13 ibility of natural language to frame its output in a way that reinforces the underlying goals driving the generation. On the Use of Triggers in Parameter Setting Robert Frank Shyam Kapur IRCS-92-52 In some recent work of Edward Gibson and Kenneth Wexler, the existence of a
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16 Chapter 2 EVERY and Skolemization Consider the sentence: (1) Every man kissed a woman. In the more recent treatments of quantifier determiners under the theory of generalized quantifiers, the English quantifier 'every' as used in (1) is modeled as a relation between two sets, the first denoted by the
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QUANTIFICATION AND PREDICATION IN MANDARIN CHINESE: A CASE STUDY OF DOU Shi-Zhe Huang A DISSERTATION in Linguistics Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 1996 _______________________________________
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68 Chapter 3 'Dou' and Partial Order In Chapter 2, we proposed to interpret 'dou' as a sum operator that takes the event variable as its argument. This proposal was put forward to facilitate the application of our skolemized definition of EVERY to Chinese. In order to maintain the coherence of the
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125 Chapter 4 Constraining the Event Variable 4.1. Introduction In Chapter 2, we made a skolemized definition of EVERY, after which both 'every' and 'mei' are modeled. And we have seen that the definition works quite well in capturing the basic distribution patterns of both determiners. In this chapter,
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1 Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1. The Issues In the more recent generalized quantifier theory, 'every' is defined as a relation between two sets such that the first set is a subset of the second set (Cooper (1987), van Benthem (1986)). We argue in this dissertation that the formal definition of a
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 October, 1996 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 96--37 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Parsing MELL Proof Nets Stefano Guerrini Andrea Masini
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 March 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--03 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Coherence for Sharing Proof-nets Stefano Guerrini Simone Martini
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 January 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--02 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Proof nets, Garbage, and Computations Stefano Guerrini Simone
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 March 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--04 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science A General Theory of Sharing Graphs Stefano Guerrini A general
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The Asymptotic Redundancy of Bayes Rules for Markov Chains Kevin Atteson April 17, 1997
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188 Bibliography Aoun, Joseph, Y.-H. Audrey Li (1989) "Scope and Constituency," Linguistic Inquiry 20, 141-172 Aoun, Joseph, Y.-H. Audrey Li (1993a) Syntax of Scope," The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA Aoun, Joseph, Y.-H. Audrey Li (1993b) "Wh-Elements in Situ: Syntax or LF " Linguistic Inquiry 24,199-238
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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF AN ACTIVE VISION SYSTEM Ulf M. Cahn von Seelen A Dissertation in Computer and Information Science Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. 1997 Ruzena Bajcsy Supervisor of
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--07 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Efficient Constraints on Possible Worlds for Reasoning about
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--06 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science The Anaphoric Parallel between Modality and Tense Matthew Stone
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--08 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science A Simple Introduction to Maximum Entropy Models for Natural
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xv LIST OF TABLES TABLE 2.1: Occupational rankings 70 TABLE 2.2: Social class rankings 76 TABLE 3.1: 1-way ANOVA for social class (5 levels) 105 TABLE 3.2: 1-way ANOVA for social class (2 levels) 105 TABLE 4.1: Distribution of raised and backed / / tokens by environment 133 TABLE 4.2: Varbrul weights
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247 APPENDIX A: Modules Module 1: LANGUAGE USE IN THE FAMILY 1. Have you lived in L.A. your whole life 1.1 Were you born here 1.2 Do you like L.A. What do you like about it 1.3 Would you ever want to live somewhere else 2. Where were your parents born 2.1 Do you have family in Mexico 2.2 Have you ever
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251 APPENDIX C: Transcript of speech samples used for the accent-rating experiment A OfeliaAqu se juntaban con el vecino de en frente, o con otro, m s bien ah en frente ah se ven an los del se or de ac y otros de ac , se juntaban all , verdad Here, they used to get together with the neighbor from across
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COPYRIGHT Carmen Richardson Fought 1997
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HOME LANGUAGE SURVEY ENGLISH ______________ ______________________ Date School ______________________ Teacher The California Educational Code requires schools to determine the language(s) spoken at home by each student. This information is essential in order for schools to provide meaningful instruction
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127 CHAPTER 4 VARIATION IN ENGLISH II: LOOKING AT MULTIPLE SOCIOLINGUISTIC VARIABLES 4.1 Introduction As the previous chapter has shown, it is possible to learn a great deal about sociolinguistic variation in a community by looking at a single variable. However, Eckert (1986), Labov (1994) and many
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28 CHAPTER 2 THE SPEAKERS IN THE STUDY 2.1 Types of social groups at Westside Park 2.1.1 The importance of culturally specific categories The same factors that make minority communities interesting in an ethnographic sense require the sociolinguistic researcher to focus carefully on the nature of the
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6 CHAPTER 1 THE COMMUNITY 1.1 Background data on the community of Los Angeles 1.1.1 The speakers The research presented here was conducted in Los Angeles over a period of several months in the spring of 1994. The speakers participated in individual (and occasionally group) sociolinguistic interviews,
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ix TABLE OF CONTENTS LIST OF TABLES xv LIST OF FIGURES xvii INTRODUCTION: GOALS OF THE STUDY 1 CHAPTER 1 THE COMMUNITY 6 1.1 Background data on the community of Los Angeles 6 1.1.1 The speakers 6 1.1.2 Language and culture in the city 8 1.2 Field methods 11 1.2.1 Making contact with the networks 12
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xvii LIST OF FIGURES Figure 2.1: Networks of young adults 48 Figure 3.1: Helena English vowel space 79 Figure 3.2: Amanda English vowel space 88 Figure 3.3: Jorge English vowel space 88 Figure 3.4: Mercedes Spanish vowel space 90 Figure 3.5: Ramon English vowels 97 Figure 3.6: Avery English vowels 97
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255 APPENDIX D: Response sheet for the accent-rating experiment 1. Esta persona me parece: (marque una) ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ muy un poco regular un poco muy simp tica simp tica desagradable desagradable 2. Cuando habla espa ol, el modo de hablar de esta persona suena: ______ ______ ______
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iii For my mom and my brother Carlos, with all my love, and for my husband, who is the key to everything wonderful in my life.
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241 CONCLUSIONS: Of the questions that the study was designed to address, some have been answered more clearly than others. In this section, I will reprise the questions raised in the introduction and summarize the findings of this study. I will end by suggesting some possible avenues for further
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78 CHAPTER 3 VARIATION IN ENGLISH I: A MAJORITY SOUND CHANGE IN A MINORITY COMMUNITY 3.1 The phonology of Chicano English and the California Dialect 3.1.1 Previous research on California Dialects Before investigating the nature of the English spoken in the Latino community of Los Angeles, it would be
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THE ENGLISH AND SPANISH OF YOUNG ADULT CHICANOS Carmen Richardson Fought A DISSERTATION in Linguistics Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 1997 ______________________________
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1 INTRODUCTION: GOALS OF THE STUDY Sociolinguistics has brought to light mechanisms by which language change develops and progresses, and revealed many complex ways in which language variation reflects the social characteristics of speakers. The patterns of variation are not random, but instead mirror
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151 CHAPTER 5 LANGUAGE ATTITUDES AND THE ROLE OF SPANISH 5.1 Research methods for bilingual communities All of the interviews I conducted at Westside Park were begun in English. First of all, this is the language used for most purposes around the school, and therefore the most natural one to use in
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iv ACKNOWLEDGMENTS First of all, I would like to thank the members of my committee for their contributions to this work. My thesis adviser, Gillian Sankoff, has provided many editing suggestions that have helped me to focus my writing and express my hypotheses and conclusions more clearly. In addition,
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204 CHAPTER 7 VARIATION IN SPANISH: THE ACQUISITION OF PHONOLOGY 7.1 Background on the acquisition of Spanish in the home 7.1.1 Introduction As I began interviewing young Latino adults in Spanish, one of the first things that came to my attention was that their levels of fluency varied greatly. There
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256 BIBLIOGRAPHY Appel, Rene, and Pieter Muysken. 1987. Language contact and bilingualism. London: Edward Arnold. Asher, James, and Ramiro Garcia. 1982. The optimal age to learn a foreign language. Child-adult differences in second language acquisition, ed. by Steven Krashen, Robin Sarcella, and Michael
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262 INDEX /ae/-backing -GLM model of, 140-2 -measuring, 130-2 -phonetic contexts, 132-5 /ae/-raising -GLM model of, 142-6 -measuring, 130-2 -phonetic contexts, 132-5 accent-rating experiment, 212-25 acquisition, theories of, 204-12, 231, 237-41 acquisition of Spanish, 154, 171, 204-6, 238-40
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 May 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--09 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science The English and Spanish of Young Adult Chicanos Carmen Richardson
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178 CHAPTER 6 THE USE OF SPANISH IN LOS ANGELES Despite the generally positive attitudes toward Spanish expressed by people at all levels of fluency, the actual usage situation suggests that covert attitudes toward Spanish in the community are considerably more complex. Earlier, I cited Marina who said
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GRASP Laboratory Technical Report #414, University of Pennsylvania. 30 May 1997. Available at: ftp://www.cis.upenn.edu/pub/eero/buccigrossi97.ps.gz Image Compression via Joint Statistical Characterization in the Wavelet Domain Robert W. Buccigrossi Eero P. Simoncelli GRASP Laboratory Center for Neural
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1996 IRCS Technical Reports 12 Stefano Guerrini Andrea Masini (Universit di Pisa) IRCS-96-37 We propose a new formulation for full (weakening and constants included) multiplicative and exponential (MELL) proof nets, allowing a complete set of rewriting rules to parse them. The recognizing grammar
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IRCS-96-29 Using Syntactic Information in Document Filtering: A Comparative Study of Part-of-speech Tagging and Supertagging R. Chandrasekar B. Srinivas $3.28 IRCS-96-30 Automatic Induction of Rules for Text Simplification R. Chandrasekar, B. Srinivas $3.48 IRCS-96-31 Gleaning Information from the Web:
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 June 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--10 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Complexity of Lexical Descriptions and Its Relevance to Partial
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76 3. Methodology 3.1 Introduction As seen in Chapter Two, most earlier studies on the variable marking of the accusative case marker have been done on a formal basis without much regard to the empirical validity of their hypotheses. In contrast to them, this dissertation is concerned with the actual
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106 4. Delimiting the Envelope of Variation for the Variable Marking of (o) 4.1 Typology of Envelope of Variation All linguistic variation takes place in a well-defined set of linguistic environments. In conducting research on variation in a linguistic system, delimiting such environments or envelope of
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150 6. Analysis I: Internal Factors 6.1 Introduction Perhaps one of the most fundamental null hypotheses of language variation is that it is deeply rooted in the language structure of the speech community. The hypothesis also forms a basic analytical attitude of linguists when they face language
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VARIABLE ZERO-MARKING OF (O) IN T KY JAPANESE KENJIR MATSUDA A DISSERTATION in LINGUISTICS Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 1995 _________________________________ William Labov Supervisor of
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127 5. The Speech Community: T ky 5.1 Introduction This chapter provides an overall description of the fieldwork site T ky . For the first part, I adopt two perspectives, (i) a geodemographic perspective, where the demography of the city is examined geographically, and (ii) a historical perspective that
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262 Bibliography Abdel-Jawad, Hasan. 1981. Phonological and social variation in Arabic in Amman. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania. Allinson, Gary D. 1979. Suburban Tokyo: A comparative study in politics and social change. Berkeley, CA: University of California
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1 1. Introduction 1.1 Problem This dissertation is an attempt to capture an elusive grammatical phenomenon in a language by means of quantitative analysis. The phenomenon, which has been studied for some time now, is the variable use of the object (or accusative) case marker o in T ky Japanese. In a
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iii DEDICATION This dissertation is dedicated to my parents, Toshio Matsuda and Teruko Matsuda. iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Without any doubt, my first word of thanks should be directed to the speakers of my beloved city, T ky , who offered to share their personal moments with me and my silent tape recorder.
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220 7. Analysis II: Social and Stylistic Factors 7.1 Introduction Although I identified the internal factors affecting the variation in the preceding chapter, I am still only halfway to the final goal of accounting for the variation in the speech community, as it must be shown how the variation
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241 8. Conclusion 8.1 Introduction As the final segment of a dissertation, this chapter serves three major functions. First I will identify the optimal model for the zeromarking of (o) in T ky Japanese on the basis of the discussions in the preceding chapters. Given this optimal model, I will then
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1616 2. Previous Approaches to the Zero-Marking of (o) in Japanese 2.1 Introduction1 In this chapter, I will review the past studies on the accusative case marker variation in various frameworks, from theoretical, generative to empirical or sociolinguistic. I will first take a close look at each work in
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x Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction 1-15 1.1 Problem 1 1.2 Goals 8 1.3 Organization 11 Chapter 2: Previous Approaches to the Zero-Marking of (o) in Japanese 16-75 2.1 Introduction 16 2.2 Some Early Observations: Kuno (1973) and Tamori (1977) 16 2.3 Hinds (1982) 22 2.4 Tsutsui (1984) 27 2.5
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260 Appendix : List of Speakers Initial Sex Age (as of 1995) Area of Residence AJ M 88 Downtown AM F 42 Downtown HC F 23 Downtown HK F 59 Downtown HM F 60 Downtown HS F 91 Downtown IA F 87 Downtown IH F 88 Uptown IJ F 41 Uptown IM F 23 Downtown IR F 35 Uptown IS F 45 Uptown KF F 60 Uptown KK
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 July 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--13 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science An Analysis of (Linear) Exponentials Based on Extended Sequents
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{ PAGE } Chapter One Remarks on the Nature of Linguistic Variables 1. Preamble Variety is the soul of pleasure Aphra Behn Gathering together this work, I have stopped again and again to consider the relationship between variety and the whole. The process has focused my attention on myriad dimensions of
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{ PAGE } Chapter Eight Toktok Biaen; Tumora blong Wok Ya: Conclusions and Future Directions In early chapters, I devoted quite a lot of space to a thorough description of the speech communities in which I conducted my fieldwork. By giving an idea of the historical and contemporary setting for Bislama
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{ PAGE } Chapter Two Lukluk Ples: Social and Linguistic Overview 2. Introduction I carried out my fieldwork and data collection in two places. One was the urban center in northern Vanuatu known as Santo, and the other was in villages on Malo island, a short boat ride away from Santo. In this chapter, I
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'BE I NO GAT': CONSTRAINTS ON NULL SUBJECTS IN BISLAMA Miriam Meyerhoff A DISSERTATION in Linguistics Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 1997 Gillian Sankoff, Supervisor of Dissertation William
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{ PAGE } Chapter Five Verb Inflection and Subject Pronouns 5. Introduction The subject of a lexical verb in Bislama may be realized overtly or it may be phonetically null. When overt, i.e. a proper noun, a noun phrase or a pronoun, the interpretation of the subject depends on fairly straightforward
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{ PAGE } Chapter Four Wanem i Stap Yet: Remaining Matters of Data Collection and Methodology 4. Introduction In general, I have raised matters related to the methodology of the data collection and analysis when and where they are most germane in the text. Therefore, this section of the dissertation is
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{ PAGE } Chapter Three Tingting blong Lanwis long Malo: Language Use, and some Attitudes to Language on Malo 3. Introduction Now that we have seen something of the linguistic and social history of the areas in which I conducted my fieldwork, in this chapter, I will present a more detailed examination of
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{ PAGE } Chapter Six From wanem nao yumi no nidim wan jenis Constraints on Phonetically Null Subjects in Bislama 6. Introduction In this chapter I describe the conditions under which we find phonetically null subjects in Bislama. I will distinguish between clauses where the subject is obligatorily null,
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{ PAGE } Appendix A: Glossary of Bislama terms used bringanbae A 'bring and buy' is a way of raising cash for a community group. Families gather together in a central place, bringing food they have prepared at home and which they then buy from each other for a small amount of money. For example in
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{ PAGE } Chapter Seven Serial Verbs in Bislama 7. Introduction We have seen that in some clauses in Bislama, the subject may vary between being overt or phonetically null. However, some clauses never occurred with an overt subject. We noted that verbs occurring as the complement to the lexical verbs
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 August 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--14 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Representing Scope in Intuitionistic Deductions Matthew Stone
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Negation of Noun Phrases with not Heather Mateyak Institute for Research in Cognitive Science University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104 heatherm@linc.cis.upenn.edu In this paper, I give a semantic account of the grammaticality of the negative particle not with noun phrases in English. On the way
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Acquiring Viewpoint Aspect One Level at a Time@ Laura Wagner Department of Linguistics and Institute for Research in Cognitive Science University of Pennsylvania Introduction This paper examines children s developing understanding of viewpoint aspect beginning with their initial comprehension of the
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 December 1997 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 97--19 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science External Constraints on Sound Change: The Raising of /O/ in
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1997 IRCS Technical Reports 1 Acquiring Viewpoint Aspect One Level at a Time Laura Wagner IRCS-97-01 This paper examines children s comprehension of viewpoint aspect at three levels: the pragmatic, the morpho-syntactic, and the semantic. Results (1) confirm Berman and Slobin (1994) s finding that
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38 2.1.6 Exceptions to the Historical /o/ to /u/ change A small number of native words which retain the original phoneme /o/ fall into the following categories. The first is compounds in which /o/ appears in initial position of the second morpheme. Since initial syllables are not the environment for
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253 APPENDIX 4 List of Words Which Changed Non-Initial /o/ to /u/ This list is made based on the Dictionary of the Cosen Dynasty The symbols used for the lost letters: A represents alay a z represents panchium B represents swunkyengum ( ) includes variant forms, if any (ono.) represents an onomatoeic
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234 APPENDIX 2 SPEECH SAMPLES The vowel in question: O -- underlying , variably pronounced as Symbols (quasi-phonetic) are used to facilitate faster reading E: diphthong which is also assumed as mid central N: velar nasal ': represents the tensification or glottalization of the preceding
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247 APPEPNDIX 3.1 QESTION MODULES USED TO ELICIT INFORMATION AND NARRATIVES *These questions are adapted from the Speech Community Survey Materials (L 560) in the University of Pennsylvania 1. ( ) ... ( ) 2. ... / 3. , ( , ) 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. ( ) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. ( ) 248 1. 2. 3. 4. , 1. ( ) 2. ( ) 3.
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1 Chapter 1 Introduction The purpose of this study is to investigate the variation in the use of the rounded mid-back vowel /o/ in the Seoul dialect of Korean. This vowel is realized as or or as an intermediate form between the two when the vowel is in non-initial syllables, especially if it
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i 1997 IRCS Technical Reports Number Title Author Price IRCS-97-01 Acquiring Viewpoint Aspect One Level at a Time Laura Wagner $4.30 IRCS-97-02 Proof nets, Garbage, and Computations Stefano Guerrini Simone Martini (Universit di Udine) Andrea Masini (Universit di Pisa) $4.05 IRCS-97-03 Coherence for
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58 Chapter 3 Method 3.0 Overview This chapter outlines the methods employed in my fieldwork and analysis. In Section 1, the necessity of sociolinguistic fieldwork is discussed by comparing sociolinguistic fieldwork and the traditional dialectological method. Section 2 contains a discussion of the
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222 Chapter 8 Conclusion 8.1 Summary of the Investigation of (o) Raising In Seoul Korean, the non-initial vowel /o/ is variably raised to . This variation is currently limited to a small set of vocabulary items, e.g., bound morphemes, adverbs with specific adverbial endings, and a small number of
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231 APPENDIX 1 LIST OF SPEAKERS # ID Name Sex Age Edu. Edu. pt. Occ. pt. Inc. pt. Tr. Class Tot. pt. Class Ne. Dialect Info Q- Info 1 A Hong, CK M 58 Coll 5 4 4 4 17 UMC K S y 2 a Mrs. Hong F 54 Hi 3 3 3 4 13 UWC K Chwung y 3 B Sohn, YS F 32 Grad 5 3 3 3 14 LMC W S y 4 b Park, IS M 24 Hi 3 2 2 3 10 LWC
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180 Chapter 6 Linguistic Variation Reflecting Social Constraints 6.0 Overview The results of the analysis in Chapter 5 showed that the current variation of (o) in Korea reflects an ongoing sound change from /o/ to /u/ in non-initial syllables. Given the data from historical documents in Chapter 2, these
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EXTERNAL CONSTRAINTS ON SOUND CHANGE: THE RAISING OF /O /IN SEOUL KOREAN SEO-YOUNG CHAE A DISSERTATION in LINGUISTICS Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 1995 ________________________ William Labov
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21 Chapter 2 Linguistic Context of the Variation 2.0 Overview This chapter gives an overview of the variation of (o) by examining its diachronic development and current situation. A historical review discloses that the variation in (o) at the present time is most likely part of a long-term historical
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101 Chapter 4 Analysis of Linguistic Constraints 4.0 Overview This chapter presents an analysis of the linguistic constraints on (o) raising. In order to investigate closely the effect of linguistic context on variation, a variable rule analysis was performed. The linguistic constraints on the raising
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125 Chapter 5 Analysis of Non-Linguistic Constraints 5.0 Overview This chapter analyzes the non-linguistic constraints affecting the variation in (o) in the bound morpheme -ko among 48 speakers.1 Since this morpheme is the one that most clearly shows the variable pattern of the vowel and is most
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210 Chapter 7 Data from Other Languages 7.0 Overview This chapter compares the findings of the analysis of Korean (o) raising with data from variation and change in other languages. In particular, two sound changes in progress bear close similarity with Korean (o) raising: (1) the back vowel chain shift
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195 Figure 6.1 Effect of Mass Education and Standard Language: Generational Difference by Speech Styles narrative careful response passage sentences 1 2 3 4 10-54 55+ style (o) index non-raising raising
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263 BIBLIOGRAPHY Ahn, Sang-Chul. 1985. Interplay of phonology and morphology. University of Illinois Ph.D. dissertation. Ahsan, Shakoor, A. 1976. Modern Trends in the Persian Language. Iran Pakistan Institute of Persian Studies: Islamabad-Pakistan. Bell, Allan. 1979. The language of radio news in
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250 APPENDIX 3.2 ELICIATION AND READING MATERIALS 1. . 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1~2 . 6~7 7. , 2. . 1. . 2. . 3. . 4. 5. . 6 . . 7. 8 . . 9 . . 10 . . 251 11 . 12 . 13 . . 14. . 15 . . 3. 4. Commutation Test / (near) Minimal Pairs (*not used after several attempts: cf. Chapter 3 for details) 1. ( ) . 2. ( ) .
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iii DEDICATION To my father, Hee-kyung Chae And my mother, Sei-wha Chung iv ACKNOWLEDGMENTS My deepest gratitude is to Prof. William Labov, who has inspired me with the ideal of scholarship. He has had a mission of connecting society and language which has become my own. Going through marriage and
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i 1998 IRCS Technical Reports Number Title Author Price IRCS-98-01 A Formalism for Resource-Oriented Planning Giorgi Japaridze $5.83 IRCS-98-02 Information Structure and the Syntax-Phonology Interface Mark Steedman $4.75 Please circle the report(s) you would like to receive. All requests will be sent by
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1998 IRCS Technical Reports 1 A formalism for resource-oriented planning Giorgi Japaridze IRCS-98-01 We introduce a formalism and a semantics for resource-oriented planning. The advantage of resource-based planning over the traditional approaches to planning is that it avoids the frame problem. Our
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University of Pennsylvania 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 400A Philadelphia, PA 19104-6228 January 1998 Site of the NSF Science and Technology Center for Research in Cognitive Science IRCS Report 98--01 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science A Formalism for Resource-Oriented Planning Giorgi Japaridze A
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