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#### Syntax-Based Analytic Reading of Musical Scores

(1967-04-01)

As part of a larger research project in musical structure, a program has been written which "reads" scores encoded in an input language isomorphic to music notation. The program is believed to be the first of its kind. ...

#### Natural Language Input for a Computer Problem Solving System

(1964-09-01)

The STUDENT problem solving system, programmed in LISP, accepts as input a comfortable but restricted subset of English which can express a wide variety of algebra story problems. STUDENT finds the solution to a large ...

#### Computer Recognition of Three-Dimensional Objects in a Visual Scene

(1968-12-01)

Methods are presented (1) to partition or decompose a visual scene into the bodies forming it; (2) to position these bodies in three-dimensional space, by combining two scenes that make a stereoscopic pair; (3) to ...

#### Recognition of Topological Invariants by Iterative Arrays

(1969-10-01)

A study is made of the recognition and transformation of figures by iterative arrays of finite state automata. A figure is a finite rectangular two-dimensional array of symbols. The iterative arrays considered are ...

#### SIR: A Computer Program for Semantic Information Retrieval

(1964-06-01)

SIR is a computer system, programmed in the LISP language, which accepts information and answers questions expressed in a restricted form of English. This system demonstrates what can reasonably be called an ability ...

#### Symbolic Mathematical Laboratory

(1967-01-01)

A large computer program has been developed to aid applied mathematicians in the solution of problems in non-numerical analysis which involve tedious manipulations of mathematical expressions. The mathematician uses ...

#### CARPS: A Program which Solves Calculus Word Problems

(1968-07-01)

A program was written to solve calculus word problems. The program, CARPS (CALculus Rate Problem Solver), is restricted to rate problems. The overall plan of the program is similar to Bobrow's STUDENT, the primary ...

#### PILOT: A Step Toward Man-Computer Symbiosis

(1966-09-01)

PILOT is a programming system constructed in LISP. It is designed to facilitate the development of programs by easing the familiar sequence: write some code, run the program, make some changes, write some more code, ...

#### Symbolic Integration

(1967-09-01)

SIN and SOLDIER are heuristic programs in LISP which solve symbolic integration problems. SIN (Symbolic INtegrator) solves indefinite integration problems at the difficulty approaching those in the larger integral ...

#### Some Aspects of Pattern Recognition by Computer

(1967-02-01)

A computer may gather a lot of information from its environment in an optical or graphical manner. A scene, as seen for instance from a TV camera or a picture, can be transformed into a symbolic description of points ...