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  • Goldenberg, E. Paul (1975-03-01)
    This glossary was written for the purpose of providing a quick and concise yet accurate description of the primitives and special words and characters of the March 18, 1975 PDP 11 implementation of the LOGO languge. ...
  • Abbott, Russ (1967-06-01)
    Underlined terms are included in the glossary.
  • Lavin, Mark A. (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1973-03)
    This paper discusses the visual phenomenon of gloss. It is shown that the perception of this phenomenon derives from two effects (1) that the image reflected by a glossy surface lies in a different plane from the surface, ...
  • Flynn, A. M. (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1987-06)
    A new concept in mobile robots is proposed, namely that of a gnat-sized autonomous robot with on-board sensors, brains, actuators and power supplies, all fabricated on a single piece of silicon. Recent breakthroughs in ...
  • Kashket, Michael B. (1987-01-01)
    Free-word order languages have long posed significant problems for standard parsing algorithms. This thesis presents an implemented parser, based on Government-Binding (GB) theory, for a particular free-word order ...
  • Waters, Richard C. (1981-10-01)
    A pretty printer is presented which makes it easy for a user to control the format of the output produced. The printer can be used as a general mechanism for printing data structures as well as programs. It is divided ...
  • Waters, Richard C. (1982-09-01)
    A Lisp pretty printer is presented which makes it easy for a user to control the format of the output produced. The printer can be used as a general mechanism for printing data structures as well as programs. It is ...
  • Ristad, Eric Sven (1985-03-01)
    Proponents of generalized phrase structure grammar (GPSG) cite its weak context-free generative power as proof of the computational tractability of GPSG-Recognition. Since context-free languages (CFLs) can be parsed ...
  • Locher, Thomas; Kuhn, Fabian; Oshman, Rotem (2009-05-29)
    Over the last years, large-scale decentralized computer networks such as peer-to-peer and mobile ad hoc networks have become increasingly prevalent. The topologies of many of these networks are often highly dynamic. This ...
  • Rowe, Neil (1976-10-01)
    This paper discusses some student projects involving generative grammars. While grammars are usually associated with linguisitics, their usefuleness goes far beyond just "language" to make different domains. Their ...
  • Rubin, Andee (1973-03-01)
    The grammar which SHRDLU uses to parse sentences is outlined in a series of flowcharts which attempt to modularize and illuminate its structure. In addition, a short discussion of systemic grammar is included.
  • McAllester, David (1991-12-01)
    We present a term rewriting procedure based on congruence closure that can be used with arbitrary equational theories. This procedure is motivated by the pragmatic need to prove equations in equational theories where ...
  • Minsky, Marvin (1964-01-01)
    It would be useful to develop a combination typewriter-plotter along the lines described below. The device could be coupled to a telephone line with a reasonably small amount of electronics -- mostly relays.
  • Beckmann, Nathan; Eastep, Jonathan; Gruenwald, Charles, III; Kurian, George; Kasture, Harshad; Miller, Jason E.; Celio, Christopher; Agarwal, Anant (2009-11-09)
    This paper introduces the open-source Graphite distributed parallel multicore simulator infrastructure. Graphite is designed from the ground up for exploration of future multicore processors containing dozens, hundreds, ...
  • Pollard, Nancy S. (1990-05-01)
    This report presents a system for generating a stable, feasible, and reachable grasp of a polyhedral object. A set of contact points on the object is found that can result in a stable grasp; a feasible grasp is found ...
  • Greenblatt, Richard D.; Eastlake, Donald E., III; Crocker, Stephen D. (1969-04-01)
    Since mid-November 1966 a chess program has been under development at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of Project MAC at M.I.T. This paper describes the state of the program as of August 1967 and gives some of the ...
  • Poggio, Tomaso; Verri, Allessandro; Torre, Vincent (1991-04-01)
    How can one compute qualitative properties of the optical flow, such as expansion or rotation, in a way which is robust and invariant to the position of the focus of expansion or the center of rotation? We suggest a ...
  • Beeler, Michael (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1974-05)
    The programs SNAP and ZSLAVE are components of a new grey scale display system. The object is to produce photographs, from a computer display, which have grey scale resolution comparable to that of a the visual input devices ...
  • Little, Jim (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1986-04-14)
    The image display tool GROK provides a facility for displaying images on the black-and-white screen of a Symbolics 3600 monitor. It allows display of images and their manipulation through a special window it manages. Images ...
  • Jacobs, David W. (1989-11-01)
    This paper presents a new method of grouping edges in order to recognize objects. This grouping method succeeds on images of both two- and three- dimensional objects. So that the recognition system can consider first ...
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