Annotated Bibliography of RAND Publications in Computational Linguistics

by David G. Hays, Bozena Henisz-Dostert, Marjorie L. Rapp


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A listing, with summaries, of 143 publications by RAND authors on linguistic theory (especially dependency theory), research methods, application of Computers, the English and (especially) Russian languages, ingormation retrieval (especially the Relational Data File), automatic content analysis, psycholinguistics, and character readers (pattern recognition). Only a few of the RAND studies of artificial intelligence (neural nets, automata) are included, and information theory is excluded, in its usual sense of probabilistic analysis of communication channels. There are 29 new entries and one revision. Citations are arranged by subject and indexed by author and RAND publication number.

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