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Submissions from 2015

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Computer Interpretation of Metaphoric Phrases, Sylvia Weber Russell

Submissions from 2013

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MAP: An abstraction-based metaphor analy sis program for overcoming cross-modal challenges, Sylvia Weber Russell

Submissions from 2011

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The ecoresponsive genome of Daphnia pulex , John K. Colbourne, Michael E. Pfrender, Donald Gilbert, W. Kelley Thomas, Abraham Tucker, Todd H. Oakley, Shinichi Tokishita, and Philip J. Hatcher

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On-line planning and scheduling: an application to controlling modular printers, Wheeler Ruml, Minh Binh Do, Rong Zhou, and Markus P. J. Fromherz

Submissions from 2010

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Best-first heuristic search for multicore machines, Ethan Burns, Sofia N. Lemons, Wheeler Ruml, and Rong Zhou

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Why genes evolve faster on secondary chromosomes in bacteria, Vaughn S. Cooper, Samuel H. Vohr, Sarah C. Wrocklage, and Philip J. Hatcher

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Evolutionary rates and gene dispensability associate with replication timing in the Archaeon Sulfolobus islandicus, Kenneth M. Flynn, Samuel H. Vohr, Philip J. Hatcher, and Vaughn S. Cooper

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Simple sequence repeat variation in the Daphnia pulex genome, Way Sung, Abraham Tucker, R. Daniel Bergeron, Michael Lynch, and W. Kelley Thomas

Submissions from 2008

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Abstraction as a basis for the computational interpretation of creative cross-modal metaphor, Sylvia Weber Russell

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The Role of an Abstract Ontology in the Computational Interpretation of Creative Cross-Modal Metaphor, Sylvia Weber Russell

Submissions from 2007

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The Cat and the Brocaded Bag: Using Metaphor Analysis to Process Creative Idioms, Sylvia Weber Russell, Ingrid Fischer, and Ricarda Dormeyer

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Tangent driven interpolative subdivision, Jacob Stoddard, R. Daniel Bergeron, and Donald House

Submissions from 2005

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Cluster computing with Java, Philip J. Hatcher, M. Reno, Luc Bouge, and G. Antoniu

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Congruent strategies for carbohydrate sequencing. 3. OSCAR: An algorithm for assigning oligosaccharide topology from MSn data, Anthony J. Lapadula, Philip J. Hatcher, Andy J. Hanneman, David J. Ashline, Hailong Zhang, and Vernon N. Reinhold

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A lexicon for metaphors and idioms, Sylvia Weber Russell, Ricarda Dormeyer, and Ingrid Fischer

Submissions from 2004

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Learning by Seeing by Doing: Arithmetic Word Problems, Sylvia Weber Russell and Mark D. LeBlanc

Submissions from 2002

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Database support for multisource multiresolution scientific data, Philip J. Rhodes, R. Daniel Bergeron, and Ted M. Sparr

Submissions from 2001

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The Hyperion system: compiling multithreaded Java bytecode for distributed execution, G. Antoniu, Luc Bouge, Philip J. Hatcher, Mark MacBeth, Keith McGuigan, and Raymond Namyst

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Enabling Java for high-performance computing, Thilo Kielmann, Philip J. Hatcher, Luc Bouge, and Henri L. Bal

Submissions from 1996

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Text integration and mathematical connections: A computer model of arithmetic word problem solving, Mark D. LeBlanc and Sylvia Weber Russell

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Doing Their Own Math: Computer support of discursive approaches to "real" math problems, Sylvia Weber Russell and Mark D. LeBlanc

Submissions from 1992

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An expert natural language interface for statistical packages, Richard Lyczak and Sylvia Weber Russell

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Metaphoric coherence: Distinguishing verbal metaphor from `anomaly', Sylvia Weber Russell

Submissions from 1989

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Verbal Concepts as Abstract Structures: The Most Basic Conceptual Metaphor?, Sylvia Weber Russell

Submissions from 1986

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Information and Experience in Metaphor: A Perspective From Computer Analysis, Sylvia Weber Russell

Submissions from 1985

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Conceptual analysis of partial metaphor, Sylvia Weber Russell

Submissions from 1974

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Computer understanding of metaphorically used verbs, Sylvia Weber Russell

Submissions from 1971

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A resemblance test for the validation of a computer simulation of paranoid processes, AI Memo 156, Kenneth Mark Colby, Franklin Dennis Hilf, Sylvia Weber Russell, and Helena C. Kraemer

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Artificial Paranoia, Kenneth Mark Colby, Sylvia Weber Russell, and Franklin Dennis Hilf

Submissions from 1970

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Spinoza II: Conceptual Case-Based Natural Language Analysis, Roger C. Schank, Lawrence Tesler, and Sylvia Weber Russell