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Computational Linguistics. Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 10, Number1, January-March 1984
Computational Linguistics. Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 10, Number 2, April-June 1984
Computational Linguistics. Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 10, Number 3-4, July-December 1984

Computational Linguistics. Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 10, Number1, January-March 1984

J84-1000: Front Matter

J84-1001: E. Judith Weiner
A Knowledge Representation Approach to Understanding Metaphors

J84-1002: Giovanni Guida; Giancarlo Mauri
A Formal of Natural Basis for Language Performance Evaluation Understanding Systems

J84-1003: John Thomas
Book Review: Principles of Computer Speech

J84-1004:
Site Report

J84-1005:
Announcements

J84-1006:
Calls for Papers

J84-1007:
Minutes of the 1983 ACL Meeting

J84-1008:
Minutes of the 1983 European Chapter General Meeting

J84-1009:
ACL INTERNATIONAL FUND

J84-1010:
Abstracts of Current Literature

J84-1011:
1983 ACL Membership List

J84-1012:
Guidelines for Submission

Computational Linguistics. Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 10, Number 2, April-June 1984

J84-2000: Front Matter

J84-2001: Bruce W. Ballard; Nancy L. Tinkham
A Phrase-Structured Grammatical Framework for Transportable Natural Language Processing

J84-2002: Philip R. Cohen
The Pragmatics of Referring and the Modality of Communication

J84-2003:
Letter to the Editor

J84-2004: Virginia Teller
Book Review: The Textbook Problem: Winograd's Language as a Cognitive Process

J84-2005:
Books Awaiting Review

J84-2006:
Calls for Papers

J84-2007:
Programs

J84-2008:
Calls for Participation

J84-2009:
Announcements

J84-2010:
Abstracts of Current Literature

J84-2011:
Guidelines for Submission

Computational Linguistics. Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 10, Number 3-4, July-December 1984

J84-3000: Front Matter

J84-3001: C. Raymond Perrault
On the Mathematical Properties of Linguistic Theories

J84-3002: Paul M. Postal
English and the Class of Context-Free Languages

J84-3003: Geoffrey K. Pullum
On Two Recent Attempts to Show that English Is Not a CFL

J84-3004: D. Terence Langendoen; Paul M. Postal
Comments on Pullum's Criticisms

J84-3005: Robert C. Berwick
Strong Generative Capacity, Weak Generative Capacity, and Modern Linguistic Theories

J84-3006: Bruce E. Nevin
Book Review: A Grammar of English on Mathematical Principles

J84-3007:
Announcing a New Section

J84-3008:
Site Report

J84-3009:
Program

J84-3010:
Minutes of the 1984 ACL Meeting

J84-3011:
Abstracts of Current Literature

J84-3012: Richard F. Gehrt
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