John Gurney's NLVR Papers
John Gurney's NLVR Papers
  1. J. Gurney and E. Klipple. Composing Conceptual Structure for Spoken Natural Language in a Virtual Reality Environment Proc. of Mind III, Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society of Ireland: Spatial Cognition, Dublin, August, 1998.

  2. J. Gurney, E. Klipple, and T. Gregory. The Spoken Language Navigation Task Proc. of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence Workshop on Representations for Multi-Modal Human-Computer Interaction, Madison, July, 1998.

  3. E. Klipple and J. Gurney. Verb Modification and the Lexicon in the Natural Language and Virtual Reality System Proc. of the Workshop on Lexical Semantic Systems, WLSS98, Pisa, April, 1998.

  4. J. Walrath, C. Voss and, J. Gurney. Towards a Hands-Free Interface: Tracking Natural Eye Movements During Discourse Proc. of the 2nd Annual Fed Lab Symposium, College Park, February, 1998.

  5. C. Voss, J. Gurney, and J. Walrath. Exploration in a Large Corpus: Research on the Integration of Eye Gaze and Speech with Visual Information in a Virtual Reality System Proc. of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence Spring Symposium, Stanford, 1997.

  6. E. Klipple and J. Gurney. A Theory of Spatial Structure for Motion-Verb Phrases: From Lexical Structure to Meaning Representation (abstract) Proc. of the 2nd International Workshop on Computational Semantics, Tilburg, 1997.

  7. J. Gurney, E. Klipple, and C. Voss. Talking about What We Think We See (Natural Language Processing for a Real-Time Virtual Environment) Proc. of the IEEE International Joint Symposium on Intelligence and Systems, Rockville, 1996.

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  8. D. Perzanowski and J. Gurney. The Functionality of It-clefts in Selected Discourses: The Message in The Medium WORD, Volume 48, Number 2, 1997.

  9. J. Gurney, D. Perlis, and K. Purang. Interpreting Presuppositions Using Active Logic: From Contexts to Utterances Computational Intelligence, Vol. 5, No. 4, 1997.

  10. K. Purang, D. Perlis, and J. Gurney. Active Logic for Cancellation of Gricean Implicatures Proc. of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence Spring Symposium, Stanford, 1996.

  11. J. Gurney, D. Perlis, and K. Purang. Active Logic and Heim's Rules for Updating Discourse Context Proc. of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence Workshop on Context in Natural Language Processing, Montreal, 1995.

  12. J. Gurney and M. Morreau. Presupposition and the Concept of a Nonmonotonic Discourse Proc. of the Second Dutch-German Workshop on Nonmonotonic Reasoning, Utrecht, 1995.

  13. D. Perzanowski and J. Gurney. The Message in the Medium (abstract) 40th Annual Conference of the International Linguistic Association, Washington, DC, 1995.

  14. E. Marsh, K. Wauchope, and J. Gurney. Human-Machine Dialogue for Multi-Modal Decision Support Systems Proc. of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence Spring Symposium, Stanford, 1994.

    Electronic Mail gurney@arl.mil