First Publication of Articles during 1999

99-001
Martin Sköld.
QDB - A Query Processor for High Performance, Parallel Data Server NDB Cluster
 
99-002
Lars Ahrenberg, Magnus Merkel, Daniel Ridings, Anna Sågvall Hein, and Jörg Tiedemann
Automatic Processing of Parallel Corpora: A Swedish Perspective
 
99-003
Thomas Ginner (editor)
The PATT-Sweden 1996 Conference
99-004
Camilla Schwind.
Causality in Action Theories
99-005
Stefan Cronholm, Pär J. Ågerfalk, and Göran Goldkuhl.
From Usability to Actability
99-006
Silvia Coradeschi, Tucker Balch, Gerhard Kraetzschmar, and Peter Stone (editors)
RobocCup-99 Team Descriptions. Small and Middle Leagues
99-007
Silvia Coradeschi, Tucker Balch, Gerhard Kraetzschmar, and Peter Stone (editors)
RobocCup-99 Team Descriptions. Simulation League
99-008
Thord Andersson, Silvia Coradeschi, and Alessandro Saffiotti.
Fuzzy matching of visual cues in an unmanned airborne vehicle
99-009
Silvia Coradeschi and Alessandro Saffiotti.
Anchoring symbolic object descriptions to sensor data. Problem statement
99-010
Murray Shanahan
A Logical Account of the Common Sense Informatic Situation for a Mobile Robot
99-011
Michael Thielscher.
Fluent Calculus Planning with Continuous Change
99-012
Tom Costello and John McCarthy.
Useful Counterfactuals
99-013
Erik Skarman
An aircraft model
99-014
Erik Skarman
A helicopter model
99-015
Erik Skarman
A helicopter control system
99-016
Rob Miller and Murray Shanahan.
The Event-Calculus in Classical Logic - Alternative Axiomatisations
99-017
Patrick Doherty
The WITAS Integrated Software System Architecture
99-018
Knut Hartmann, Bernhard Preim, and Thomas Strothotte.
Describing Abstraction in Rendered Images through Figure Captions
99-019
Stefan Cronholm and Pär J. Ågerfalk
On the Concept of Method in Information Systems Development
99-020
Stéphane Tudoret.
Signal-Simulink: Hybrid System Co-Simulation
99-021
Masahiro Araki, Kazunori Komatani, Taishi Hirata, and Shuji Doshita.
A Dialogue Library for Task-Oriented Spoken Dialogue Systems
99-022
Maria Aretoulaki and Bernd Ludwig.
Automaton-Descriptions and Theorem-Proving: A Marriage made in Heaven?
99-023
Peter Bohlin, Robin Cooper, Elisabet Engdahl, and Staffan Larsson.
Information States and Dialogues Move Engines
99-024
Johan Boye, Mats Wirén, Manny Rayner, Ian Lewin, David Carter, and Ralph Becket.
Language-Processing Strategies and Mixed-Initiative Dialogues
99-025
Matthias Denecke and Alex Waibel.
Integrating Knowledge Sources for the Specification of a Task-Oriented Dialogue System
99-026
Annika Flycht-Eriksson.
A Survey of Knowledge Sources in Dialogue Systems
99-027
Michael Kipp, Norbert Reithinger, and Jan Alexandersson.
Understanding Spontaneous Negotiation Dialogue
 
99-028
Anke Kölzer.
Universal Dialogue Specification for Conversational Systems
 
99-029
Richard McConachy and Ingrid Zukerman.
Dialogue Requirements for Argumentation Systems
 
99-030
Susan W. McRoy and Syed S. Ali.
A Practical, Declarative Theory of Dialog
 
99-031
Mark Seligman, Jan Alexandersson, and Kristiina Jokinen.
Tracking Morphological and Semantic Co-occurrences in Spontaneous Dialogues
99-032
David R. Traum and Carl F. Andersen.
Representations of Dialogue State for Domain and Task Independent Meta-Dialogue
99-033
Dorian Suc and Ivan Bratko.
Symbolic and qualitative reconstruction of control skill
99-034
Kevin Irwig and Wayne Wobcke.
Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning with Vicarious Rewards
99-035
E.J. Briscoe.
The Acquisition of Gramar in an Evolving Population of Language Agents
99-036
James Cussens.
Integrating Probabilistic and Logical Reasoning
99-037
Alan M. Frisch.
Solving Constraint Satisfaction Problems with NB-Resolution
99-038
Maria R. Cravo, João P. Cachopo, Ana C. Cachopo, and João P. Martins.
Permissive Belief Revision (preliminary report)
99-039
Mikhail Prokopenko and Marc Butler.
Tactical Reasoning in Synthetic Multi-Agent Systems: a Case Study
99-040
Enrico Giunchiglia and Vladimir Lifschitz.
Action Languages, Temporal Action Logics and the Situation Calculus
99-041
Fiora Pirri and Alberto Finzi.
An Approach to Perception in Theory of Actions: Part I
99-042
Eyal Amir.
Object-Oriented First-Order Logic
99-043
Giuseppe De Giacomo and Riccardo Rosati.
Minimal Knowledge Approach to Reasoning about Actions and Sensing