REFERENCIAS BIBLIOGRÁFICAS BibTex SOBRE LITERATURA



@Article{Silverman91,
  author =       "Barry G. Silverman",
  title =        "Expert critics: operationalizing the
                 judgement/\\decisionmaking literature as a theory of
                 ``bugs'' and repair strategies",
  journal =      "Knowledge Acquisition",
  year =         "1991",
  volume =       "3",
  pages =        "175--214",
}

@Article{Koreman:1995:ESF,
  author =       "Jacques Koreman",
  title =        "The Effects of Stress and {F0} on the Voice Source",
  journal =      "PHONUS",
  volume =       "1",
  pages =        "105--120",
  coliurl =      "http://www.coli.uni-sb.de/publikationen/softcopies/Koreman:1995:ESF.pdf",
  url =          "http://www.coli.uni-sb.de/Phonetics/Research/PHONUS_research_reports/Phonus1/Koreman_PHONUS1.ps.gz",
  abstract =     "In this paper, we present data on the qualitative
                 difference in the voice source characteristics in
                 stressed versus unstressed syllables; for the
                 unstressed syllables, we will further point out the
                 qualitative differences dependent on high versus low F0
                 (fundamental frequency of the vocal fold vibrations).
                 The voice source characteristics will be described in
                 terms of a set of parameters extracted from the inverse
                 filtered signal, consisting of the parameters OQ (open
                 quotient), rk (pulse skewing), Ee (excitation
                 strength), AC (peak-to-peak airflow) and DC offset
                 (leak flow). We attempt to give a physiological
                 explanation for our findings by comparing our data with
                 those from other experiments, discussed in the
                 literature. We also compare our findings with the
                 predictions from modelling studies, and suggest some
                 improvements of the phonation models to obtain a better
                 correspondence between their predictions and our
                 results. The physiological interpretation of our
                 findings remains tentative, since no direct
                 physiological measurements were made. Nevertheless we
                 are able to propose a consistent explanation for the
                 behaviour of the glottal parameter values that were
                 observed.",
  year =         "1995",
}





@TechReport{Borstler91,
  author =       "Ju{"}rgen Bo{"}rstler and Albert Zu{"}ndorf",
  title =        "Revisiting extensions to Modula-2 to support
                 reusability",
  institution =  "Technical University of Aachen (RWTH Aachen)",
  number =       "91-15",
  pages =        "26",
  year =         "1991",
  url =          "ftp://ftp.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/pub/reports/1991/91-15.ps.gz",
  abstract =     "Achieving reusability is a central goal in
                 programming. Since code can seldom be reused
                 {"}as-is{"}, it is advantageous to have language
                 concepts that help in adapting code to different needs.
                 In modern programming languages reuse is supported by
                 constructs for encapsu- lation, genericity, and
                 inheritance. But most programming languages in use do
                 not support all of these facilities. It is therefore
                 interesting to study how these languages can be used or
                 maybe ex- tended to support reuse. We have chosen
                 Modula-2 for this discussion for several reasons: (a)
                 the recent discussion about this topic in the
                 literature, (b) our own experiences, and (c) the
                 simplicity of the language. It is our persuasion that
                 most of the discussion can simply be transferred to
                 other (procedural) languages. In this paper we review
                 solutions for Modula-2 proposed in the li- terature. In
                 addition we also present our own variations and ex-
                 tensions to these solutions. We classify these
                 solutions into so- lutions without changing the
                 language, and solutions which extend Modula-2 in some
                 way. Since Modula-2 is a strongly typed language
                 without explicitly supporting genericity and/or
                 inheritance, it is difficult to write really reusable
                 code (e.g. generic abstract data types). Therefore,
                 Modula-2 contains constructs for by-passing the type
                 checking (ADR(...), ADDRESS, ARRAY OF BYTE/WORD). These
                 con- structs can be used to introduce adaptability.
                 Several examples are presented to clarify our ideas.",
}





@InCollection{baker1993,
  editor =       "Mona Baker",
  title =        "Text and Technology, in honour of John Sinclair",
  publisher =    "John Benjamins",
  year =         "1993",
  annote =       "Focuses on three major areas of modern linguistics:
                 discourse analysis, corpus-driven analysis of language,
                 and computational linguistics. An extensive index
                 further enhances the value of this collection as a
                 reference point for many of the issues that currently
                 lie at the heart of modern linguistics research.",
}




@InCollection{co:EdmondsKarp:70,
  author =       "Jack Edmonds and Richard M. Karp",
  title =        "Theoretical Improvements in Algorithmic Efficiency for
                 Network Flow Problems",
  editor =       "R. K. Guy and H. Hanani and N. Sauer and J.
                 Schonheim",
  booktitle =    "Proceedings of the Calgary International Conference on
                 Combinatorial Structures and their Applications",
  pages =        "93--96",
  publisher =    "Gordon and Breach",
  address =      "New York, London, Paris",
  year =         "1970",

}




@InProceedings{Mouzakis92,
  author =       "K. Mouzakis and S. Howard",
  title =        "Supporting Up-Stream User Interface Design
                 Activities",
  booktitle =    "Proceedings of OZCHI'92, the CHISIG Annual Conference
                 on Human-Computer Interaction",
  series =       "User Interface Design",
  pages =        "70--77",
  year =         "1992",
  copyright =    "(c) Copyright 1992 CHISIG",
  keywords =     "User interface development (UID), Task analysis,
                 UIMS",
  mrnumber =     "C.OZCHI.92.70",
  abstract =     "The early phases of user interface development (UID)
                 have long been claimed to be the source of a
                 significant proportion of the user dissatisfaction with
                 interactive computer systems. This paper explores the
                 utility of various technologies for supporting early
                 phase design behaviour. From the literature and
                 observational studles of a large scale UID project, an
                 attempt ls made to distil some important features of
                 these early stages of UID and then to explore their
                 relationship with the features offered by advanced
                 interactive technology. A conceptual architecture for
                 supporting up-stream UID activities is proposed.",
}


@InProceedings{KDD'02*405,
  author =       "Peter Antal and Patrick Glenisson and Geert Fannes",
  title =        "On the potential of domain literature for clustering
                 and for Bayesian network learning",
  pages =        "405--414",
  editor =       "David Hand and Daniel Keim and Raymond Ng",
  booktitle =    "Proceedings of the Eighth {ACM} {SIGKDD} International
                 Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
                 ({KDD}-02)",
  month =        jul # " ~23--26",
  publisher =    "ACM Press",
  address =      "New York",
  year =         "2002",
}





@Book{weinreich54,
  author =       "Uriel Weinreich",
  year =         "1954",
  title =        "The field of Yiddish. Studies in Yiddish language,
                 folklore, and literature",
  series =       "Publications of the Linguistic Circle of New York 3",
  address =      "New York",
  publisher =    "Linguistic Circle of New York",
  keyword =      "gmc yiddish",
}






@Book{horn1989,
  author =       "Laurence Horn",
  title =        "A Natural History of Negation",
  publisher =    "University of Chicago Press",
  year =         "1989",
  annote =       "Excellent source for literature and discussion on
                 category mistakes (i.e. selection restrictions), scope
                 ambiguity w.r.t. negation, semantic and pragmatic
                 presupposition, conventional and conversational
                 implicature, and many other topics.",
}







@PhdThesis{McLemore91,
  author =       "Cynthia A. McLemore",
  title =        "The pragmatic Interpretation of English Intonation:
                 Sorority Speech",
  school =       "University of Texas, Austin",
  year =         "1991",
  abstract =     "Chapter 3, pp. 28-44, on Intonational Description
                 reviews literature. also a review of the literature on
                 the sustained tones pages 90-96.",
}

@Misc{huffman91,
  author =       "Scott Huffman",
  title =        "Integrating Language with Perception and Action in
                 Soar: {A} Preliminary Report",
  institution =  "University of Michigan",
  year =         "1991",
  note =         "Manuscript",
  abstract =     "On learning from language. As usual in Soar work, it's
                 not clear to me how it works: there isn't even an
                 example! but good review of literature -- SHRDLU,
                 HOMER, Chapman. Also some interesting observation on
                 interpreting instructions in context, and referent
                 resolution, which looks like our referent grounding.",
}