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COMMENT ā VALID 00007 PAGES C REC PAGE DESCRIPTION C00001 00001 C00002 00002 .require "setup.csr[bib,csr]" source file C00014 00003 AIM-64, Zohar Manna, "Formalization of Properties of Programs" 18 C00027 00004 AIM-123, Bruce G. Buchanan, Thomas E. Headrick, "Some Speculation C00041 00005 AIM-180 (CS-321, AD759712), Ruzena Bajcsy, "Computer Identification C00055 00006 AIM-237 (CS-436), Yorick Wilks, "Natural Language Understanding C00070 00007 AIM-288 (CS-572), Robert Filman, Richard Weyhrauch, "An FOL Primer" C00094 ENDMK Cā; .require "setup.csr[bib,csr]" source file; .once center ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE MEMOS AIM-1, John McCarthy, "Predicate Calculus with `Undefined' as a Truth-value" 5 pages, March 1963. AIM-2 (AD785031), John McCarthy, "Situations, Actions, and Causal Laws" 11 pages, July 1963. AIM-3, Fred Safier, "`The Mikado' an an Advice Taker Problem" 4 pages, July 1963. AIM-4, Horace Enea, "Clock Function for LISP 1.5" 2 pages, August 1963. AIM-5 (AD785043), Horace Enea, Dean Wooldridge, "Algebraic Simplication" 2 pages, August 1963. AIM-6, Dean Wooldridge, "Non-printing Compiler" 2 pages, August 1963. AIM-7 (AD785044), John McCarthy, "Programs With Common Sense" 7 pages, September 1963. AIM-8, John McCarthy, "Storage Conventions in LISP 2" 5 pages, September 1963. AIM-9, C. M. Williams, "Computing Estimates for the Number of Bisections of an NxN Checkerboard for N Even" 9 pages, December 1963. AIM-10 (AD785045), Stephan R. Russell, "Improvements in LISP Debugging" 3 pages, December 1963. AIM-11 (AD785046), Dean Wooldridge, Jr., "An Algebraic Simplify Program in LISP" 57 pages, December 1963. AIM-12, Gary Feldman, "Documentation of the MacMahon Squares Problem" 4 pages, January 1964. AIM-13 (AD785047), Dean E. Wooldridge, "The New LISP System (LISP l.55)" 4 pages, February 1964. AIM-14 (AD785035), John McCarthy, "Computer Control of a Machine for Exploring Mars" 6 pages, January 1964. AIM-15 (AD785036), Mark Finkelstein, Fred Safier, "Axiomatization and Implementation" 6 pages, June 1964. AIM-16 (AD785037), John McCarthy, "A Tough nut for Proof Procedures" 3 pages, July 1964. AIM-17 (AD785038), John McCarthy, "Formal Description of the Game of Pang-Ke" 2 pages, July 1964. AIM-18 (AD785048), Jan Hext, "An Expression Input Routine for LISP" 5 pages, July 1964. AIM-19, Jan Hext, "Programming Languages and Translation" 14 pages, August 1964. AIM-20 (AD785039), D. Raj. Reddy, "Source Language Optimization of For-loops" 37 pages, August 1964. AIM-21 (AD785040), R. W. Mitchell, "LISP 2 Specifications Proposal" 12 pages, August 1964. AIM-22 (AD785041), Richard Russell, "Kalah -- the Game and the Program" 13 pages, September 1964. AIM-23 (AD785049), Richard Russell, "Improvements to the Kalah Program" 12 pages, September 1964. AIM-24 (AD785050), John McCarthy, "A Formal Description of a Subset of ALGOL" 43 pages, September 1964. AIM-25 (AD785051), Richard Mansfield, "A Formal System of Computation" 7 pages, September 1964. AIM-26 (AD785052), D. Raj. Reddy, "Experiments on Automatic Speech Recognition by a Digital Computer" 19 pages, October 1964. AIM-27 (AD785053), John McCarthy, "A Proof-checker for Predicate Calculus" 7 pages, March 1965. AIM-28 (AD785054), John McCarthy, "Problems in the Theory of Computation" 7 pages, March 1965. AIM-29 (AD785055), Charles M. Williams, "Isolation of Important Features of a Multitoned Picture" 9 pages, January 1965. AIM-30 (AD785056), Edward A. Feigenbaum, Richard W. Watson, "An Initial Problem Statement for a Machine Induction Research Project" 8 pages, April 1965. AIM-31 (AD785057), John McCarthy, "Plans for the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Project" 17 pages, April 1965. AIM-32 (AD785068), Harry Ratchford, "The 138 Analog Digital Converter" 9 pages, May 1965. AIM-33 (AD785032), Barbara Huberman, "The Advice Taker and GPS" 8 pages, June 1965. AIM-34 (AD785069), Peter Carah, "A Television Camera Interface for the PDP-1" 8 pages, June 1965. AIM-35, Fred Safier, "Simple Simon" 17 pages, June 1965. AIM-36 (AD785065), James Painter, "Utilization of a TV Camera on the PDP-1" 6 pages, September 1965. AIM-37, Knut Korsvold, "An on Line Algebraic Simplification Program" 36 pages, November 1965. AIM-38 (AD785066), Donald A. Waterman, "A Filter for a Machine Induction System" 19 pages, January 1966. AIM-39 (AD785067), Karl Pingle, "A Program to Find Objects in a Picture" 22 pages, January 1966. AIM-40 (CS-38, AD662880), John McCarthy, James Painter, "Correctness of a Compiler for Arithmetic Expressions" 13 pages, April 1966. AIM-41, Phil Abrams, Dianna Rode, "A Proposal for a Proof-checker for Certain Axiomatic Systems" 10 pages, May 1966. AIM-42, Karl Pingle, "A Proposal for a Visual Input Routine" 11 pages, June 1966. AIM-43 (CS-49, SS640-836), D. Raj. Reddy, "An Approach to Computer Speech Recognition by Direct Analysis of the Speech Wave" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 144 pages, September 1966. AIM-44, James Painter, "Semantic Correctness of a Compiler for an Algol-like Language" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 130 pages, revised March 1967. AIM-45, Donald Kaplan, "Some Completeness Results in the Mathematical Theory of Computation" 22 pages, October 1966. AIM-46 (CS-50, PB176761), Staffan Persson, "Some Sequence Extrapolating Programs: a Study of Representation and Modeling in Inquiring Systems" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 176 pages, September 1966. AIM-47, Bruce Buchanan, "Logics of Scientific Discovery" Thesis: Ph.D. in Philosophy U.C. Berkeley, 210 pages, December 1966. AIM-48, Donald M. Kaplan, "Correctness of a Compiler for Algol-like Programs" 46 pages, July 1967. AIM-49, Georgia Sutherland, "DENDRAL -- a Computer Program for Generating and Filtering Chemical Structures" 34 pages, February 1967. AIM-50, Anthony C. Hearn, "Reduce Users' Manual" 53 pages, February 1967. AIM-51, Lester D. Earnest, "Choosing an eye for a Computer" 154 pages, April 1967. AIM-52, Arthur L. Samuel, "Some Studies in Machine Learning Using the Game of Checkers II - Recent Progress" 48 pages, June 1967. AIM-53, William Weiher, "The PDP-6 Proof Checker" 47 pages, June 1967. AIM-54, Joshua Lederberg, Edward A. Feigenbaum, "Mechanization of Inductive Inference in Organic Chemistry" 29 pages, August 1967. AIM-55, Jerome Feldman, "First Thoughts of Grammatical Inference" 18 pages, August 1967. AIM-56, William Wichman, "Use of Optical Feedback in the Computer Control of an Arm" Thesis: Eng. in Electrical Engineering, 69 pages, August 1967. AIM-57, Anthony C. Hearn, "REDUCE, a User-oriented Interactive System for Algebraic Simplification" 69 pages, October 1967. AIM-58, Monte D. Callero, "An Adaptive Command and Control System Utilizing Heuristic Learning Processes" Thesis: Ph.D. in Operations Research, 161 pages, December 1967. AIM-59, Donald M. Kaplan, "A Formal Theory Concerning the Equivalence of Algorithms" 20 pages, May 1968. AIM-60 (CS-101, AD672923), Donald M. Kaplan, "The Formal Theoretic Analysis of Strong Equivalence for Elemental Programs" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 263 pages, June 1968. AIM-61, Takayasu Ito, "Notes on Theory of Computation and Pattern Recognition" 144 pages, May 1968. AIM-62, Bruce Buchanan, Georgia Sutherland, "Heuristic Dendral: a Program for Generating Explanatory Hypotheses in Organic Chemistry" 76 pages, July 1968. AIM-63, Donald M. Kaplan, "Regular Expressions and the Equivalence of Programs" 42 pages, July 1968. AIM-64, Zohar Manna, "Formalization of Properties of Programs" 18 pages, July 1968. AIM-65 (CS-106, AD673971), Barbara J. Huberman, "A Program to Play Chess end Games" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 168 pages, August 1968. AIM-66, Jerome A. Feldman, Paul D. Rovner, "An Algol-based Associative Language" 31 pages, August 1968. AIM-67 (AD680487), Edward A. Feigenbaum, "Artificial Intelligence: Themes in the Second Decade" 39 pages, August 1968. AIM-68, Zohar Manna, Amir Pnueli, "The Validity Problem of the 91- function" 20 pages, August 1968. AIM-69 (AD677588), John McCarthy, Edward Feigenbaum, Arthur Samuel, "Project Technical Report" 90 pages, September 1968. AIM-70 (AD680072), Anthony C. Hearn, "The Problem of Substitution" 14 pages, December 1968. AIM-71 (AD677520), Pierre Vicens, "Preprocessing for Speech Analysis" 33 pages, October 1968. AIM-72 (CS-116, AD680036), Donald L. Pieper, "The Kinematics of Manipulators under Computer Control" Thesis: Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, 157 pages, October 1968. AIM-73 (AD678878), John McCarthy, Patrick Hayes, "Some Philosophical Problems From the Standpoint of Artificial Intelligence" 51 pages, November 1968. AIM-74 (CS-118, AD681027), Donald Waterman, "Machine Learning of Heuristics" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, ? pages, December 1968. AIM-75, Roger C. Schank, "A Notion of Linguistic Concept: a Prelude to Mechanical Translation" 21 pages, December 1968. AIM-76, Roger C. Schank, "A Conceptual Parser for Natural Language" 22 pages, December 1968. AIM-77, Joseph D. Becker, "The Modeling of Simple Analogic and Inductive Processes in a Semantic Memory System" 21 pages, January 1969. AIM-78, D. Raj. Reddy, "On the use of Environmental, Syntactic and Probalistic Constraints in Vision and Speech" 23 pages, January 1969. AIM-79 (AD685611), D. Raj. Reddy, Richard B. Neely, "Contextual Analysis of Phonemes of English" 71 pages, January 1969. AIM-80 (AD685612), Georgia Sutherland, "Heuristic Dendral: a Family of LISP Programs" 46 pages, March 1969. AIM-81 (AD685613), David Luckham, "Refinement Theorems in Resolution Theory" 31 pages, March 1969. AIM-82 (AD685614), Zohar Manna, Amir Pneuli, "Formalization of Properties of Recursively Defined Functions" 26 pages, March 1969. AIM-83 (CS-130), Roger C. Schank, "A Conceptual Representation for Computer-oriented Semantics" Thesis: Ph.D. in Linguistics U. of Texas, 201 pages, March 1969. AIM-84 (AD691791), David Canfield Smith, "MLISP Users' Manual" 57 pages, January 1969. AIM-85 (CS-127, AD687720), Pierre Vicens, "Aspects of Speech Recognition by Computer" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 210 pages, April 1969. AIM-86 (AD691788), Patrick J. Hayes, "A Machine-oriented Formulation of the Extended Functional Calculus" 44 pages, June 1969. AIM-87 (AD691789), John McCarthy, A.I. Project Staff, "Project Technical Report" 98 pages, June 1969. AIM-88 (AD691790), Roger C. Schank, "Linguistics from a Conceptual Viewpoint (Aspects of Aspects of a Theory of Syntax)" 22 pages, April 1969. AIM-89 (CS-125, AD692390), Jerome A. Feldman, J. Gips, J. J. Horning, and S. Reder, "Grammatical Complexity and Inference" 100 pages, June 1969. AIM-90 (AD691799), Anthony C. Hearn, "Standard LISP" 33 pages, May 1969. AIM-91, J. A. Campbell and Anthony C. Hearn, "Symbolic Analysis of Feynman Diagrams by Computer" 73 pages, August 1969. AIM-92, Victor D. Scheinman, "Design of a Computer Controlled Manipulator" Thesis: Eng. in Mechanical Engineering, 53 pages, June 1969. AIM-93.1 (AD693106), Jerome Feldman, "Some Decidability Results on Grammatical Inference and Complexity" 31 pages, August 1969, revised May 1970. AIM-94 (AD692391), Kenneth Mark Colby, Lawrence Tesler, Horace Enea, "Experiments With a Search Algorithm on the Data Base of a Human Belief Structure" 28 pages, August 1969. AIM-95 (AD694971), Zohar Manna, "The Correctness of Non-deterministic Programs" 44 pages, August 1969. AIM-96 (CS-138, AD696394), Claude Cordell Green, "The Application of Theorem Proving to Question-answering Systems" Thesis: Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, 166 pages, August 1969. AIM-97 (AD694972), Kenneth Mark Colby, David Canfield Smith, "Dialogues Between Humans and an Artificial Belief System" 28 pages, August 1969. AIM-98 (CS-139, AD695401), James Jay Horning, "A Study of Grammatical Inference" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 166 pages, August 1969. AIM-99, Bruce G. Buchanan, G. L. Sutherland, E. A. Feigenbaum, "Toward an Understanding of Information Processes of Scientific Inference in the Context of Organic Chemistry" 66 pages, September 1969. AIM-100, Zohar Manna, John McCarthy, "Properties of Programs and Partial Function Logic" 21 pages, October 1969. AIM-101, Richard Paul, G. Falk, J. A. Feldman, "The Computer Representation of Simply Described Scenes" 16 pages, October 1969. AIM-102, Donald A. Waterman, "Generalization Learning for Automating the Learning of Heuristics" 74 pages, July 1969. AIM-103, John Allen, David Luckham "An Interactive Theorem-proving Program" 27 pages, October 1969. AIM-104, Joshua Lederberg, Georgia Sutherland, B. G. Buchanan, E. A. Feigenbaum, "A Heuristic Program for Solving a Scientific Inference Problem: Summary of Motivation and Implementation" 15 pages, November 1969. AIM-105, Manfred Heuckel, "An Operator Which Locates Edges in Digitized Pictures" 37 pages, October 1969. AIM-106, Michael Edwin Kahn, "The Near-minimum-time Control of Open- loop Articulated Kinematic Chains" Thesis: Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, 171 pages, December 1969. AIM-107, Gilbert Falk, "Some Implications of Planarity for Machine Perception" 27 pages, December 1969. AIM-108, Michael D. Kelly, "Edge Detection in Pictures by Computer Using Planning" 28 pages, January 1970. AIM-109, Roger C. Schank, Lawrence Tesler, Sylvia Weber, "Spinoza II: Conceptual Case-based Natural Language Analysis" 107 pages, January 1970. AIM-110, Edward Ashcroft, Zohar Manna, "Formalization of Properties of Parallel Programs" 58 pages, February 1970. AIM-111, Zohar Manna, "Second-order Mathematical Theory of Computation" 25 pages, March 1970. AIM-112, Franklin D. Hilf, Kenneth M. Colby, David C. Smith, William K. Wittner, "Machine-mediated Interviewing" 27 pages, March 1970. AIM-113, Kenneth Mark Colby, Franklin D. Hilf, William A. Hall, "A Mute Patient's Experience With Machine-mediated Interviewing" 19 pages, March 1970. AIM-114, Alan W. Biermann, Jerome A. Feldman, "On the Synthesis of Finite-state Acceptors" 31 pages, April 1970. AIM-115, Ugo Montanari, "On the Optimal Detection of Curves in Noisy Pictures" 35 pages, March 1970. AIM-116, Kenneth Mark Colby, "Mind and Brain, Again" 10 pages, March 1970. AIM-117, John McCarthy, et al, "Project Technical Report" 75 pages, April 1970. AIM-118, Ugo Montanari, "Heuristically Guided Search and Chromosome Matching" 29 pages, April 1970. AIM-119, Joseph Becker, "An Information-processing Model of Intermediate-Level Cognition" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science (May 1972), 123 pages, May 1970. AIM-120, Kenneth Mark Colby, David Canfield Smith, "Computer as Catalyst in the Treatment of Nonspeaking Autistic Children" 32 pages, April 1970. AIM-121, Irwin Sobel, "Camera Models and Machine Perception" Thesis: Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, 89 pages, May 1970. AIM-122, Roger C. Schank, "`Semantics' in Conceptual Analysis" 56 pages, May 1970. AIM-123, Bruce G. Buchanan, Thomas E. Headrick, "Some Speculation About Artificial Intelligence and Legal Reasoning" 54 pages, May 1970. AIM-124, M. M. Astrahan, "Speech Analysis by Clustering, or the Hyperphoneme Method" 22 pages, June 1970. AIM-125, Kenneth Mark Colby, Sylvia Weber, Franklin Hilf, "Artificial Paranoia" 35 pages, July 1970. AIM-126 (CS-169, AD711329), Donald E. Knuth, "Examples of Formal Semantics" 34 pages, July 1970. AIM-127 (CS-174, AD711395), Zohar Manna, Richard J. Waldinger, "Towards Automatic Program Synthesis" 54 pages, July 1970. AIM-128 (CS-166, AD713841), Erik J. Sandewall, "Representing Natural- language Information in Predicate Calculus" 27 pages, July 1970. AIM-129 (CS-167, AD712460), Shigeru Igarashi, "Semantics of ALGOL- like Statements" 95 pages, June 1970. AIM-130 (CS-168, AD713252), Michael D. Kelly, "Visual Identification of People by Computer" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 238 pages, July 1970. AIM-131 (CS-176, AD715128), Edward A. Feigenbaum, Bruce G. Buchanan, Joshua Lederberg, "On Generality and Problem Solving: a Case Study Using the Dendral Program" 48 pages, August 1970. AIM-132 (CS-180, AD715665), Gilbert Falk, "Computer Interpretation of Imperfect Line Data as a Three-dimensional Scene" Thesis: Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, 187 pages, August 1970. AIM-133 (CS-181), Anthony C. Hearn, "Reduce 2" Diskfile: REDUCE.ACH[AIM,DOC], 85 pages, October 1970. AIM-134 (CS-182, AD748565), Jay Martin Tenenbaum, "Accommodation in Computer Vision" Thesis: Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, 452 pages, September 1970. AIM-135 (CS-179, AD716566), David Canfield Smith, "MLISP" Diskfile: MLISP.DAV[AIM,DOC] 99 pages, October 1970. AIM-136 (CS-183, AD717600), George M. White, "Machine Learning Through Signature Trees. Applications to Human Speech" 40 pages, October 1970. AIM-137, Donald E. Knuth, "An Empirical Study of Fortran in Use" 44 pages, November 1970. AIM-138 (CS-188, PB197161), Edward Ashcroft, Zohar Manna, "The Translation of `GO-TO' Programs to `WHILE' Programs" 28 pages, January 1971. AIM-139 (CS-189, AD717601), Zohar Manna, "Mathematical Theory of Partial Correctness" 24 pages, January 1971. AIM-140 (CS-193), Roger C. Schank, "Intention, Memory, and Computer Understanding" 59 pages, January 1971. AIM-141 (CS-203, AD730506), Bruce G. Buchanan, Joshua Lederberg, "The Heuristic DENDRAL Program for Explaining Empirical Data" 20 pages, February 1971. AIM-142 (CS-205, AD731383), Robin Milner, "An Algebraic Definition of Simulation Between Programs" 21 pages, February 1971. AIM-143 (CS-209, AD724867), John McCarthy, et al, "Project Technical Report" 80 pages, March 1971. AIM-144 (CS-219), Lynn H. Quam, "Computer Comparison of Pictures" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 120 pages, May 1971. AIM-145 (CS-221, AD731729), Bruce G. Buchanan, Edward A. Feigenbaum, Joshua Lederberg, "A Heuristic Programming Study of Theory Formation in Science" 41 pages, June 1971. AIM-146 (CS-224, PB212183), Andrei P. Ershov, "Parallel Programming" 14 pages, July 1971. AIM-147 (CS-216, AD732457), Robert E. Kling, "Reasoning by Analogy with Applications to Heuristic Problem Solving: a Case Study" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 191 pages, August 1971. AIM-148 (CS-217, AD731730), Edward Ashcroft, Zohar Manna, Amir Pneuli, "Decidable Properties of Monadic Functional Schemas" 10 pages, July 1971. AIM-149 (CS-231, AD732644), Rodney Albert Schmidt, Jr., "A Study of the Real-time Control of a Computer-driven Vehicle" Thesis: Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, 180 pages, August 1971. AIM-150, Robert W. Floyd, "Toward Interactive Design of Correct Programs" 12 pages, September 1971. AIM-151 (CS-240, AD738568), Ralph L. London, "Correctness of Two Compilers for a LISP Subset" 41 pages, October 1971. AIM-152 (CS-241, AD732642), Alan W. Biermann, "On the Inference of Turing Machines from Sample Computations" 31 pages, October 1971. AIM-153 (CS-242, AD738569), Patrick J. Hayes, "The Frame Problem and Related Problems in Artificial Intelligence" 18 pages, November 1971. AIM-154 (CS-243, AD738570), Zohar Manna, Stephen Ness, Jean Vuillemin, "Inductive Methods for Proving Properties of Programs" 24 pages, November 1971. AIM-155 (CS-245), Jonathan Leonard Ryder, "Heuristic Analysis of Large Trees as Generated in the Game of Go" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 300 pages, December 1971. AIM-156 (CS-246, AD740141), Kenneth Mark Colby, Franklin D. Hilf, Sylvia Weber, Helena C. Kraemer, "A Resemblance Test for the Validation of a Computer Simulation of Paranoid Processes" 29 pages, November 1971. AIM-157 (CS-247), Yorick Wilks, "One Small Head -- Some Remarks on the use of `Model' in Linguistics" 17 pages, December 1971. AIM-158 (CS-250, AD740127), Ashok Chandra, Zohar Manna, "Program Schemas With Equality" 13 pages, December 1971. AIM-159 (CS-253), Jerome A. Feldman, Paul C. Shields, "Total Complexity and Inference of Best Programs" 40 pages, April 1972. AIM-160 (CS-255, AD740140), Jerome A. Feldman, "Automatic Programming" 20 pages, February 1972. AIM-161 (CS-264, AD741189), Yorick Wilks, "Artificial Intelligence approach to Machine Translation" 44 pages, February 1972. AIM-162 (CS-265, AD744634), Roger C. Schank, N. Goldman, C. J. Rieger, C. K. Riesbeck, "Primitive Concepts Underlying Verbs of Thought" 102 pages, April 1972. AIM-163 (CS-266), Jean M. Cadiou, "Recursive Definitions of Partial Functions and Their Computations" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 160 pages, April 1972. AIM-164 (CS-272, AD742748), Zohar Manna, Jean Vuillemin, "Fixpoint Approach to the Theory of Computation" 29 pages, April 1972. AIM-165 (CS-280, AD742751), D. A. Bochvar, "Two Papers on Partial Predicate Calculus" 50 pages, April 1972. AIM-166 (CS-281, AD-743598), Lynn H. Quam, S. Liebes, R. B. Tucker, M. J. Hannah, B. G. Eross, "Computer Interactive Picture Processing" 40 pages, April 1972. AIM-167 (CS-282, AD747254), Ashok K. Chandra, "Efficient Compilation of Linear Recursive Programs" 43 pages, June 1972. AIM-168 (CS-287, AD746146), Shigeru Igarashi, "Admissibility of Fixed-point Induction in First-order Logic of Typed Theories" Diskfile: FIXPNT.IGR[AIM,DOC] 40 pages, May 1972. AIM-169 (CS-288, AD785072), Robin Milner, "Logic for Computable Functions: Description of a Machine Implementation" Diskfile: LCFMAN.RGM[AIM,DOC], 36 pages, May 1972. AIM-170 (CS-289, AD748607), Yorick Wilks, "Lakoff on Linguistics and Natural Logic" Diskfile: LAKOFF.YAW[AIM,DOC] 19 pages, June 1972. AIM-171 (CS-290, AD746147), Roger Schank, "Adverbs and Belief" 30 pages, June 1972. AIM-172 (CS-299, AD752801), Sylvia Weber Russell, "Semantic Categories of Nominals for Conceptual Dependency Analysis of Natural Language" 64 pages, July 1972. AIM-173 (CS-305, AD755139), Gerald Jacob Agin, "Representation and Description of Curved Objects" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 134 pages, October 1972. AIM-174 (CS-303, PB212827), Francis Lockwood Morris, "Correctness of Translations of Programming Languages -- an Algebraic Approach" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 124 pages, August 1972. AIM-175 (CS-307, AD785073), Hozumi Tanaka, "Hadamard Transform for Speech Wave Analysis" Diskfile: HADAM.HT[AIM,DOC], 34 pages, August 1972. AIM-176 (CS-308, AD754109), Jerome A. Feldman, J. R. Low, D. C. Swinehart, R. H. Taylor, "Recent Developments in SAIL -- an ALGOL based Language for Artificial Intelligence" 22 pages, November 1972. AIM-177 (CS-311, AD785071), Richard Paul, "Modelling, Trajectory Calculation and Servoing of a Computer Controlled Arm" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 89 pages, November 1972. AIM-178 (CS-312, AD754108), Aharon Gill, "Visual Feedback and Related Problems in Computer Controlled Hand eye Coordination" Thesis: Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, 130 pages, October 1972. AIM-179 (CS-320), Bruce G. Baumgart, "Winged Edge Polyhedron Representation" 46 pages, October 1972. AIM-180 (CS-321, AD759712), Ruzena Bajcsy, "Computer Identification of Textured Visual Scenes" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 156 pages, October 1972. AIM-181 (CS-325), Bruce G. Buchanan, "Review of Hubert Dreyfus' `What Computers Can't Do': a Critique of Artificial Reason" 14 pages, November 1972. AIM-182 (CS-326, AD754107), Kenneth Mark Colby and Franklin Dennis Hilf, "Can Expert Judges, using Transcripts of Teletyped Psychiatric Interviews, Distinguish Human Paranoid Patients from a Computer Simulation of Paranoid Processes?" 10 pages, December,1972. AIM-183 (CS-344, AD759716), Roger C. Schank, "The Fourteen Primitive Actions and their Inferences" 70 pages, March 1973. AIM-184 (CS-330, AD758651), Malcolm Newey, "Axioms and Theorems for Integers, Lists and Finite Sets in LCF" 53 pages, January 1973. AIM-185 (CS-333, AD757367), Ashok K. Chandra, Zohar Manna, "On the Power of Programming Features" 29 pages, January 1973. AIM-186 (CS-332, AD758645), Robin Milner, "Models of LCF" 17 pages, January 1973. AIM-187 (CS-331, AD757364), George E. Collins, "The Computing Time of the Euclidean Algorithm" 17 pages, January 1973. AIM-188 (CS-336, AD758646), Ashok K. Chandra, "On the Properties and Applications of Program Schemas" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 231 pages, March 1973. AIM-189 (CS-337, PB218682), James Gips, George Stiny, "Aesthetics Systems" 22 pages, January 1973. AIM-190 (CS-340, AD759714), Malcolm Newey, "Notes on a Problem Involving Permutations as Sequences" 20 pages, March 1973. AIM-191 (CS-341, AD764272), Shmuel M. Katz, Zohar Manna, "A Heuristic Approach to Program Verification" 40 pages, March 1973. AIM-192 (CS-345, AD785074), George E. Collins, Ellis Horowitz, "The Minimum Root Separation of a Polynomial" 13 pages, April 1973. AIM-193 (CS-346, AD759717), Kenneth Mark Colby, "The Rationale for Computer Based Treatment of Language Difficulties in Nonspeaking Autistic Children" Diskfile: AUTISM.KMC[AIM,DOC], 13 pages, March 1973. AIM-194 (CS-347, PB221170/4), Kenneth Mark Colby, Franklin Dennis Hilf, "Multidimensional Analysis in Evaluating a Simulation of Paranoid Thought" 10 pages, May 1973. AIM-195 (CS-356, PB222164), David Canfield Smith, Horace J. Enea, "MLISP2" Diskfile: MLISP2.DAV[AIM,DOC], 91 pages, May 1973. AIM-196 (CS-357, AD762471), Neil M. Goldman, Christopher K. Riesbeck, "A Conceptually Based Sentence Paraphraser" Diskfile: MARGIE.NMG[AIM,DOC], 88 pages, May 1973. AIM-197 (CS-358, AD762470), Roger C. Schank, Charles J. Rieger III, "Inference and the Computer Understanding of Natural Language" 63 pages, May 1973. AIM-198 (CS-364, AD763611), Ravindra B. Thosar, "Estimation of Probability Density using Signature Tables for Application to Pattern Recognition" 37 pages, May 1973. AIM-199 (CS-398, AD771300), Bruce G. Baumgart, "Image Contouring and Comparing" 52 pages, October 1973. AIM-200 (CS-365), Shigeru Igarashi, David C. Luckham, Ralph L. London, "Automatic Program Verification I: Logical Basis and its Implementation" 50 pages, May 1973. AIM-201 (CS-366, AD763673), Gunnar Rutger Grape, "Model Based (Intermediate Level) Computer Vision" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 256 pages, May 1973. AIM-202 (CS-368, AD764396), Roger C. Schank, Yorick Wilks, "The Goals of Linguistic Theory Revisited" 44 pages, May 1973. AIM-203 (CS-369, AD764274), Roger C. Schank, "The Development of Conceptual Structures in Children" 31 pages, May 1973. AIM-204 (CS-373, AD765353), Kurt VanLehn, "SAIL Users Manual" Diskfile: SAIL.KVL[AIM,DOC], 122 pages, July 1973. AIM-205 (CS-370, AD764288), N. S. Sridharan, et al, "A Heuristic Program to Discover Syntheses for Complex Organic Molecules" 30 pages, June 1973. AIM-206 (CS-377, AD764652), Yorick Wilks, "Preference Semantics" 20 pages, July 1973. AIM-207 (CS-378, AD767333), James Anderson Moorer, "The `Optimum- comb' Method of Pitch Period Analysis in Speech" 25 pages, June 1973. AIM-208 (CS-379, AD767334), James Anderson Moorer, "The Heterodyne Method of Analysis of Transient Waveforms" 25 pages, June 1973. AIM-209 (CS-380, AD767695), Yoram Yakimovsky, "Scene Analysis using a Semantic Base for Region Growing" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 120 pages, July 1973. AIM-210 (CS-382, AD767335), Zohar Manna, Amir Pnueli, "Axiomatic Approach to Total Correctness of Programs" 25 pages, July 1973. AIM-211 (CS-383, AD769673), Yorick Wilks, "Natural Language Inference" 24 pages, September 1973. AIM-212 (CS-384, AD769379), Annette Herskovits, "The Generation of French from a Semantic Representation" 20 pages, September 1973. AIM-213 (CS-385), Ravindra B. Thosar, "Recognition of Continuous Speech: Segmentation and Classification using Signature Table Adaptation" 37 pages, September 1973. AIM-214 (CS-386, AD767332), Walter A. Perkins, Thomas O. Binford, "A Corner Finder for Visual Feedback" 59 pages, September 1973. AIM-215 (CS-387, AD769380), Bruce G. Buchanan, N. S. Sridharan, "Analysis of Behavior of Chemical Molecules: Rule Formation on Non- homogeneous Classes of Objects" 15 pages, September 1973. AIM-216 (CS-389, AD771299), Larry Masinter, N.S. Sridharan, J. Lederberg, S. H. Smith, "Applications of Artificial Intelligence for Chemical Inference: XII. Exhaustive Generation of Cyclic and Acyclic Isomers" 60 pages, September 1973. AIM-217 (CS-391, AD770610), N. S. Sridharan, "Search Strategies for the Task of Organic Chemical Synthesis" 32 pages, August 1973. AIM-218 (CS-393, AD772063/4WC), Jean Etienne Vuillemin, "Proof Techniques for Recursive Programs" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 97 pages, October 1973. AIM-219 (CS-394, AD769674), C. A. R. Hoare, "Parallel Programming: an Axiomatic Approach" 33 pages, October 1973. AIM-220 (CS-396, AD772064/2WC), Robert Bolles, Richard Paul, "The use of Sensory Feedback in a Programmable Assembly Systems" 26 pages, October 1973. AIM-221 (CS-447, AD787631/1WC), Luigia Aiello, Mario Aiello, Richard Weyhrauch, "The Semantics of PASCAL in LCF" 78 pages, October 1974. AIM-222 (CS-467), Mario Aiello, Richard Weyhrauch, "Checking Proofs in the Metamathematics of First Order Logic" 55 pages, August 1974. AIM-223 (CS-400, AD772509), C. A. R. Hoare, "Recursive Data Structures" 32 pages, December 1973. AIM-224 (CS-403, AD773391), C. A. R. Hoare, "Hints on Programming Language Design" 29 pages, December 1973. AIM-225 (CS-406, AD775645/5WC), W. A. Perkins, "Memory Model For a Robot" 118 pages, January 1974. AIM-226 (CS-407, AD778310/3WC), F.H.G. Wright II, R. E. Gorin, "FAIL" 61 pages, April 1974. AIM-227 (CS-408, ADA003483), A. J. Thomas, T. O. Binford, "Information Processing Analysis of Visual Perception: A Review" 50 pages, June 1974. AIM-228 (CS-409, AD776233/9WC), Lester Earnest (ed.), "FINAL REPORT: The First Ten Years of Artificial Intelligence Research at Stanford" 118 pages, July 1973. AIM-229 (CS-411), D.B. Anderson, T.O. Binford, A.J. Thomas, R.W. Weyhrauch, Y.A. Wilks, "AFTER LEIBNIZ . . . : Discussions on Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence" 43 pages, April 1974. AIM-230 (CS-412, AD786721/1WC), Daniel C. Swinehart, "COPILOT: A Multiple Process Approach to Interactive Programming Systems" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 213 pages, August 1974. AIM-231 (CS-413, ADA001814), James Gips, "Shape Grammars and their Uses" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 243 pages, August 1974. AIM-232 (CS-414, AD780452/9WC), Bruce G. Baumgart, "GEOMED - A Geometric Editor" 45 pages, May 1974. AIM-233 (CS-419, ADA000086/9WC), Charles J. Rieger, III, "Conceptual Memory: A Theory and Computer Program for Processing the Meaning Content of Natural Language Utterances" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 393 pages, June 1974. AIM-234 (CS431, not at NTIS), Kenneth Mark Colby, Roger C. Parkison, Bill Faught, "Pattern-Matching Rules for the Recognition of Natural Language Dialogue Expressions" 23 pages, June 1974. AIM-235 (CS-432, ADA006898/1WC), Richard W. Weyhrauch, Arthur J. Thomas, "FOL: A Proof Checker for First-order Logic" 57 pages, September 1974. AIM-236 (CS-433, AD784513/4WC), Jack R. Buchanan and David C. Luckham, "On Automating the Construction of Programs" 65 pages, May 1974. AIM-237 (CS-436), Yorick Wilks, "Natural Language Understanding Systems Within the AI Paradigm -- A Survey and Some Comparisons" 40 pages, December 1974. AIM-238 (CS-437, ADA005040), Christopher K. Riesbeck, "Computational Understanding: Analysis of Sentences and Context" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 245 pages, May 1974. AIM-239 (CS-438, AD786720/3WC), Marsha Jo Hannah, "Computer Matching of Areas in Stereo Images" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 99 pages, July 1974. AIM-240 (CS-444, AD787035), C. Cordell Green, Richard J. Waldinger, David R. Barstow, Robert Elschlager, Douglas B. Lenat, Brian P. McCune, David E. Shaw, and Louis I. Steinberg, "Progress Report on Program-understanding Systems" 47 pages, August 1974. AIM-241 (CS-446, AD786723/7WC), Luigia Aiello, Richard W. Weyhrauch, "LCFsmall: an Implementation of LCF" 45 pages, August 1974. AIM-242 (CS-452, ADA000500/9WC), James R. Low, "Automatic Coding: Choice of Data Structures" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 110 pages, August 1974. AIM-243 (CS-456, ADA003815), Raphael Finkel, Russel Taylor, Robert Bolles, Richard Paul, Jerome Feldman, "AL, A Programming System for Automation" 130 pages, November 1974. AIM-244 (CS-457, not at NTIS), Kenneth Mark Colby, "Ten Criticisms of PARRY" 7 pages, September 1974. AIM-245 (CS-458, AD784816/1WC), Jack Buchanan, "A Study in Automatic Programming" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 148 pages, May 1974. AIM-246 (CS459, ADA000085/1WC), Terry Winograd, "Five Lectures on Artificial Intelligence" 93 pages, September 1974. AIM-247 (CS-461, ADA005041/9WC), Neil Goldman, "Computer Generation of Natural Language From a Deep Conceptual Base" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 318 pages, January 1974. AIM-248 (CS-462), Karl Pingle, Arthur Thomas, "A Fast, Feature-Driven Stereo Depth Program" 15 pages, May 1975. AIM-249 (CS-463, ADA002261), Bruce Baumgart, "Geometric Modeling for Computer Vision" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 141 pages, October 1974. AIM-250 (CS-464, ADA003486), Ramakant Nevatia, "Structured Descriptions of Complex Curved Objects for Recognition and Visual Memory" Thesis: Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, 126 pages, October 1974. AIM-251 (CS-465, ADA001373), Edward H. Shortliffe, "MYCIN: A Rule- Based Computer Program for Advising Physicians Regarding Antimicrobial Therapy Selection" Thesis: Ph.D. in Medical Information Sciences, 409 pages, October 1974. AIM-252 (CS-466, ADA002246), Lester Earnest (ed.), "Recent Research in Artificial Intelligence, Heuristic Programming, and Network Protocols" 74 pages, July 1974. AIM-253 (CS-471, ADA003487), Bill Faught, Kenneth Colby, Roger Parkison, "The Interaction of Inferences, Affects, and Intentions in a Model of Paranoia" 38 pages, December 1974. AIM-254 (CS-472, ADA005407/2WC), Lynn Quam, Marsha Jo Hannah, "Stanford Automatic Photogrammetry Research" 15 pages, November 1974. AIM-255 (CS-473, ADA005412/2WC), Norihisa Suzuki, "Automatic Program Verification II: Verifying Programs by Algebraic 256 Logical Reduction" 29 pages, December 1974. AIM-256 (CS-474, ADA007563/0WC), Friedrich W. V.Henke, David C. Luckham, "Automatic Program Verification III: A Methodology for Verifying Programs", 45 pages, December 1974. AIM-257 (CS-475, ADA005407/2WC), Malcolm C. Newey, "Formal Semantics of LISP With Applications to Program Correctness" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 184 pages, January 1975. AIM-258 (CS-476, ADA006294/3WC), Cordell Green, David Barstow, "A Hypothetical Dialogue Exhibiting a Knowledge Base for a Program- Understanding System" 38 pages, January 1975. AIM-259 (CS-498), Hanan Samet, "Automatically Proving the Correctness of Translations Involving Optimized Code" Thesis: PhD in Computer Science, 214 pages, May 1975. AIM-260 (CS-499, ADA016811/2WC), David Canfield Smith, "PYGMALION: A Creative Programming Environment" Thesis: PhD in Computer Science, 193 pages, June 1975. AIM-261 (CS-501, ADA016808/8WC), Odd Pettersen, "Procedural Events as Software Interrupts" 8 pages, June 1975. AIM-262 (CS-502, ADA016810/4WC), Odd Pettersen, "Synchronization of Concurrent Processes" 14 pages, July 1975. AIM-263 (CS-503), Odd Pettersen, "The Macro Processing System STAGE2: Transfer of Comments to the Generated Text" 20 pages, July 1975. AIM-264 (CS-506), Michael Gordon, "Operational Reasoning and Denotational Semantics" 33 pages, August 1975. AIM-265 (CS-507), Michael Gordon, "Towards a Semantic Theory of Dynamic Binding" 28 pages, August 1975. AIM-266 (CS-517, ADA019641), Randall Davis, Bruce Buchanan, Edward Shortliffe, "Production Rules as a Representation for a Knowledge- Based Consultation Program" 37 pages, October l975. AIM-267 (CS-520, ADA019664/2WC), Friedrich W. von Henke, "On the Representation of Data Structures in LCF with Applications to Program Generation" 41 pages, September l975. AIM-268 (CS-521, ADA019663/4WC), Clark Thompson, "Depth Perception in Stereo Computer Vision" 16 pages, October 1975. AIM-269 (CS-522, ADA019569/3WC), David C. Luckham, Norhisa Susuzki, "Automatic Program Verification IV: Proof of Termination Within a Weak Logic of Programs" 29 pages, October 1975. AIM-270 (CS-523, ADA019467), John F. Reiser, "BAIL -- A debugger for SAIL" 26 pages, October 1975. AIM-271 (CS-524, ADA019702/0WC), Randall David, Jonathan King, "An Overview of Production Systems" 40 pages, October 1975. AIM-272 (CS-525), Sundaram Ganapathy, "Reconstruction of Scenes Containing Polyhedra From Stereo Pair of Views" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 204 pages, December 1975. AIM-273 (CS-534), Linda Gail Hemphill, "A Conceptual Approach to Automated Language Understanding and Belief Structures: with Disambiguation of the Word `For'" Thesis: Ph.D. in Linguistics, 254 pages, May 1975. AIM-274 (CS-536, ADA020942/9WC), David Grossman, Russell Taylor, "Interactive Generation of Object Models with a Manipulator" 32 pages, December 1975. AIM-275 (CS-537, ADA020943/7WC), Robert C. Bolles, "Verification Vision Within a Programmable Assembly System: An Introductory Discussion" 82 pages, December 1975. AIM-276 (CS-539, ADA021055/9WC), Zohar Manna, Adi Shamir, "A New Approach to Recursive Programs" 25 pages, December 1975. AIM-277 (CS-542, ADA027454), Zohar Manna, Adi Shamir, "The Theoretical Aspects of the Optimal Fixedpoint" 24 pages, March 1976. AIM-278 (CS-549, ADA027455), David Luckham, Norihisa Suzuki, "Automatic Program Verification V: Verification-Oriented Proof Rules for Arrays, Records and Pointers" 48 pages, March 1976. AIM-279 (CS-552), Norihsa Suzuki, "Automatic Verification of Programs with Complex Data Structures" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 194 pages, February 1976. AIM-280 (CS-555), David D. Grossman, "Monte Carlo Simulation of Tolerancing in Discrete Parts Manufacturing and Assembly" 25 pages, May 1976. AIM-281.1 (CS-558, AD-A042 507), Zohar Manna, Richard Waldinger, "Is `sometime' sometimes better than `always'? Intermittent assertions in proving program correctness" 41 pages, June 1976, revised March 1977. AIM-282 (CS-560), Russell Taylor, "Synthesis of Manipulator Control Programs from Task-level Specifications" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 229 pages, July 1976. AIM-283 (CS-552), Randall Davis, "Applications of Meta Level Knowledge to the Construction, Maintenance and Use of Large Knowledge Bases" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 304 pages, July 1976. AIM-284 (CS-567), Rafael Finkel, "Constructing and Debugging Manipulator Programs" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 171 pages pages, August 1976. AIM-285 (CS-568, PB-259 130/3WC), T. O. Binford, D. D. Grossman, C. R. Lui, R. C. Bolles, R. A. Finkel, M. S. Mujtaba, M. D. Roderick, B. E. Shimano, R. H. Taylor, R. H. Goldman, J. P. Jarvis, V. D. Scheinman, T. A. Gafford, "Exploratory Study of Computer Integrated Assembly Systems, Progress Report 3" 336 pages, August 1976. AIM-285.4 (CS-568, PB-259 130/3WC), T. O. Binford, C. R. Lui, G. Gini, M. Gini, I. Glaser, T. Ishida, M. S. Mujtaba, E. Nakano, H. Nabavi, E. Panofsky, B. E. Shimano, R. Goldman, V. D. Scheinman, D. Schmelling, T. A. Gafford, "Exploratory Study of Computer Integrated Assembly Systems, Progress Report 4" 255 pages, June 1977. AIM-286 (CS-570), Douglas Lenat, "AM: An Artificial Intelligence Approach to Discovery in Mathematics as Heuristic Search" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 350 pages, July 1976. AIM-287 (CS-571), Michael Roderick, "Discrete Control of a Robot Arm" Thesis: Engineer in Electrical Engineering, 98 pages, August 1976. AIM-288 (CS-572), Robert Filman, Richard Weyhrauch, "An FOL Primer" 36 pages, September 1976. AIM-289 (CS-574), John Reiser (ed.), "SAIL" 178 pages, August 1976. AIM-290 (CS-575, AD-A042 494), Nancy W. Smith, "SAIL Tutorial" 54 pages, November 1976. AIM-291 (CS-577, AO44713), Bruce Buchanan, Joshua Lederberg, John McCarthy, "Three Reviews of J. Weizenbaum's Computer Power and Human Reason" 28 pages, November 1976. AIM-292 (CS-580), Terry Winograd, "Towards a Procedural Understanding of Semantics" 30 pages, October 1976. AIM-293 (CS-581, AD-A042 508), Daniel Bobrow, Terry Winograd, "An Overview of KRL" 40 pages, November 1976. AIM-294 (CS-586, AD-A042 516), Nachum Dershowitz, Zohar Manna, "The Evolution of Programs: A System for Automatic Program Modification" 45 pages, December 1976. AIM-295 (CS-591), Robert C. Bolles, "Verification Vision Within a Programmable Assembly System" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 245 pages, December 1976. AIM-296 (CS-592), Robert Cartwright, "Practical Formal Semantic Definition and Verification Systems" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 158 pages, December 1976. AIM-297 (CS-610), Terry Winograd, "A Framework for Understanding Discourse" 24 pages, April 1977. AIM-298 (CS-611, ADA046703), Zohar Manna, Richard Waldinger, "The Logic of Computer Programming" 90 pages, June 1977. AIM-299 (CS-614, ADA049760), Zohar Manna, Adi Shamir, "The Convergence of Functions to Fixedpoints of Recursive Definitions" 45 pages, May 1977. AIM-300 (CS-617), Terry Winograd, "On some Contested Suppositions of Generative Linguistics about the Scientific Study of Language" 25 pages, May 1977. AIM-301 (CS-624, ADA044231), Lester Earnest, et. al., "Recent Research in Computer Science" 118 pages, June 1977. AIM-302 (CS-630, ADA049761), Zohar Manna, Richard Waldinger "Synthesis: Dreams => Programs" 119 pages, October 1977. AIM-303 (CS-631, ADA050806), Nachum Dershowitz, Zohar Manna, "Inference Rules for Program Annotation" 46 pages, October 1977. AIM-304 (CS-632, ADA048684), Todd Wagner, "Hardware Verification" Thesis: PhD in Computer Science, 102 pages, September 1977. AIM-305 (CS-633, ADA048660), William Faught, "Motivation and Intensionality in a Computer Simulation Model" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 104 pages, September 1977. AIM-306 (CS-639, ADA053175), Cordell Green, David Barstow, "On Program Synthesis Knowledge" 63 pages, November 1977. AIM-307 (CS-640, ADA053176), Zohar Manna and Richard Waldinger, "Structured Programming Without Recursion" 10 pages, December 1977. AIM-308 (CS-641, ADA053184), David Barstow, "Automatic Construction of Algorithms" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 220 pages, December 1977. AIM-309 (CS-646), C. G. Nelson, Derek Oppen, "Efficient Decision Procedures Based on Congruence Closure" 15 pages, January 1978. AIM-310 (CS-651, ADA058601), Nachum Dershowitz, Zohar Manna, "Proving Termination with Multiset Orderings" 33 pages, March 1978. AIM-311 (CS-652), Greg Nelson, Derek C. Oppen, "Simplification by Cooperating Decision Prodcedures" 20 pages, April 1978. AIM-312 (CS-657, ADA065502), John McCarthy, Masahiko Sato, Takeshi Hayashi, Shigeru Igarashi, "On the Model Theory of Knowledge" 11 pages, April 1978. AIM-313 (CS-660), Bruce E. Shimano, "The Kinematic Design and Force Control of Computer Controlled Manipulators" Thesis: Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, 140 pages, March 1978. AIM-314 (CS-678), Derek C. Oppen, "Reasoning About Recursively Defined Data Structures" 15 pages, July 1978. AIM-315 (CS-687, ADA065698), Richard W. Weyhrauch, "Prolegomena to a Theory of Formal Reasoning" 41 December 1978. page AIM-316 (CS-671), Jerrold M. Ginsparg, "Natural Language Processing in an Automatic Programming Domain" Thesis: Ph.D. in Computer Science, 172 pages, June 1978. AIM-317 (CS-675), Donald E. Knuth, "Tau Epsilon Chi, A System for Technical Text" 200 pages, September 1978. AIM-318 (CS-688), Zohar Manna, "Six Lectures on the Logic of Computer Programming" 54 pages, November 1978. AIM-319 (CS-689), Charles G. Nelson, "An n ā[log n] algorithm for the two-variable-per-constraint linear programming satisfiability problem" 20 pages, December 1978. AIM-320 (CS-690, ADA065558), Zohar Manna, "A Deductive Approach to Program Synthesis" 30 pages, December 1978. AIM-321 (CS-695, ADA06562), McCarthy, et.al, "Recent Research in Artificial Intelligence and Programming Methodology" 94 pages, November 1978. AIM-322 (CS-716), Michael Georgeff "A Framework for Control in Production Systems" 35 pages, January 1979. AIM-323 (CS-718), Shahid Mujtaba, Ron Goldman, "AL Users' Manual" 136 pages, January 1979. AIM-324 (CS-717), Robert Cartwright, John McCarthy "Recursive Programs as Functions in a First Order Theory" 32 pages, March 1979. AIM-325 (CS-724), John McCarthy, "First Order Theories of Individual Concepts and Propositions" 19 pages, March 1979. AIM-326 (CS-725), John McCarthy, "Ascribing Mental Qualities to Machines" 25 pages, March 1979. AIM-327 (CS-727), Robert Elliot Filman, "The Interaction of Observation and Inference" Thesis: PhD in Computer Science, 232 pages, April 1979. AIM-328 (CS-743), Juan Bautista Bulnes-Rozas, "GOAL: A Goal Oriented Command Language for Interactive Proof Constructions" Thesis: PhD in Computer Science, 178 pages, June 1979. AIM-329 (CS-747, AD-A076 872), David E. Wilkins, "Using Patterns and Plans to Solve Problems and Control Search" Thesis: PhD in Computer Science, 264 pages, June 1979. AIM-330 (CS-751), Zohar Manna and Amir Pnueli, "The Model Logic of Programs", 36 pages, September 1979. AIM-331 (CS-755), Elaine Kant), "Efficiency Considerations in Program Synthesis: A Knowledge-Based Approach" Thesis: PhD in Computer Science, 160 pages, July 1979. AIM-332 (CS-762), Donald E. Knuth, "METAFONT, a system for alphabet design", 110 pages, September 1979. AIM-333 (CS-788), John McCarthy, "Circumscription - A Form of Non-Monotonic Reasoning", 15 pages, February 1980.