Ph.D. Dissertations - Robert Wilensky

S2D2: A Framework for Scalable and Secure Optimistic Replication
Brent ByungHoon Kang [2004]

Designing Graphic Presentations from First Principles
Michael Schiff [1998]

Multivalent Documents: Anytime, Anywhere, Any Type, Every Way User-Improvable Digital Documents and Systems
Thomas Arthur Phelps [1998]

Context and Structure in Automated Full-Text Information Access
Marti A. Hearst [1994]

An On-Line Computational Model of Human Sentence Interpretation: A Theory of the Representation and Use of Linguistic Knowledge
Daniel Jurafsky [1992]

Automatic Inference: A Probabilistic Basis for Natural Language Interpretation
Dekai Wu [1992]

A Flexible, Parallel Model of Natural Language Generation
Nigel G. Ward [1991]

Goal Analysis: Plan Recognition in Dialogue Systems
James C. Mayfield [1989]

A Computational Theory of Metaphor
James H. Martin [1988]

Knowledge Intensive Planning
Marc A. Luria [1988]

Intelligent Agents as a Basis for Natural Language Interfaces
David Ngi Chin [1987]

A Unified Theory of Inference for Text Understanding
Peter Norvig [1986]

A Knowledge-Based Approach to Language Production
Paul Schafran Jacobs [1985]