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Double R Theory (January 2011)
Context Accommodation in Human Language Processing
Natural Language Processing and Cognitive Science (NLPCS), Spring 2010
Projecting Grammatical Features in Nominals: Cognitive Theory and Computational Implementation
Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS), Spring 2010
Projecting Grammatical Features in Nominals: Cognitive Theory and Computational Model
Arizona Linguistics Circle, Fall 2009
The Synthetic Teammate Project
Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS) Conference, Spring 2009
A Naturalistic Functional Approach to Modeling Language Comprehension
AAAI Fall Symposium, Naturally Inspired AI, Fall 2008
Modeling Long Distance Dependencies in Double R
ACT-R Workshop, Summer 2008
Cognitive Modeling in the Large
Cognitive Modeling and Software Engineering Workshop, Summer 2008
"Mildly" Deterministic Language Processing
AAAI Fall Symposium, Cognitive Approaches to NLP, 2007
Toward a Large Scale Model of Language Comprehension in ACT-R 6
International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM), 2007
Construction Driven Language Processing
European Cognitive Science Conference, 2007
Multiword Expressions Facilitate, Not Hinder, Understanding
High Desert Linguistics Conference, 2006
A Bi-Polar Theory of Nominal and Clause Structure and Function
Linguistic Association of Canada and the US (LACUS) Annual Forum, 2006
Empirical Study of the Form and Function of Linguistic Elements (Pilot Data)
Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting, 2006
Language for Bots, Cognitive Perspective
Language for Bots Workshop, 2006
Can NLP Systems be a Cognitive Black Box?
AAAI Spring Symposium, Between a Rock and a Hard Place, Cognitive Science Principles Meet AI Hard Problems, 2006
Is the Head of a Noun Phrase necessarily a Noun?
International Cognitive Linguistics Association Conference, 2003
Double R Theory Presentation
PM Presentation

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