1. On geometric analogies:

  2. On reading comprehension:

    Lehnert, Wendy G.; Dyer, Michael G.; Johnson, P. N.; Yang, C. J.; & Harley, S. (1983), ``BORIS--An Experiment in In-Depth Understanding of Narratives'', Artificial Intelligence 20: 15-62.

  3. On the ``Rogerian psychotherapist'', better known as Eliza:

  4. On the Keys and Boxes problem:

    Sacerdoti, Earl (1977), A Structure for Plans and Behavior (Amsterdam: Elsevier): 55-61.

    Click here for the solution (no cheating! :-)

  5. On learning the meaning of `CRDL' (actually, `arch'):

    Winston, Patrick Henry (1975), ``Learning Structural Descriptions from Examples,'' in Patrick Henry Winston (ed.), The Psychology of Computer Vision (New York: McGraw-Hill): 157-209; reprinted in Ronald J. Brachman & Hector J. Levesque (eds.), Readings in Knowledge Representation (Los Altos, CA: Morgan Kaufmann, 1985): 141-168.

  6. On the ambiguity of prepositional-phrase attachment:

    Hendrix, Gary G., & Sacerdoti, Earl D. (1981), ``Natural-Language Processing'', Byte 6 (September): 304-352.

  7. On whether John ate dinner (and ``scripts''):

  8. On whether Willa ate the phonebook (and planning):

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