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International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 11

Editors:B. R. Gaines; D. R. Hill
Publisher:Academic Press
Standard No:ISSN 0020-7373; TA 167 A1 I5
Links:Table of Contents
  1. IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 1
  2. IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 2
  3. IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 3
  4. IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 4
  5. IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 5
  6. IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 6

IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 1

Editorial: Intelligent Tutoring Systems BIB 1-3
  D. H. Sleeman; J. S. Brown
An Investigation of Computer Coaching for Informal Learning Activities BIBA 5-24
  Richard R. Burton; John Seely Brown
Tutoring Rules for Guiding a Case Method Dialogue BIBA 25-49
  William J. Clancey
The Genetic Graph: A Representation for the Evolution of Procedural Knowledge BIBAK 51-77
  Ira P. Goldstein
A Structured Planning and Debugging Environment for Elementary Programming BIBA 79-95
  Mark L. Miller
A Self-Improving Quadratic Tutor BIBA 97-124
  Tim O'Shea
ACE: A System which Analyses Complex Explanations BIBA 125-144
  D. H. Sleeman; R. J. Hendley
Misconceptions in Student's Understanding BIBA 145-156
  Albert Stevens; Allan Collins; Sarah E. Goldin

IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 2

A Display Oriented Programmer's Assistant BIBA 157-187
  Warren Teitelman
A Measurement-Informational Discussion of Fuzzy Union and Intersection BIBA 189-200
  Ronald R. Yager
A Bottom-Up and Top-Down Approach to Using Context in Text Recognition BIBA 201-212
  Rajjan Shinghal; Godfried T. Toussaint
New Ideas in Decision Theory BIBA 213-234
  Maria Nowakowska
When Do Diagrams Make Good Computer Languages? BIBA 235-261
  M. Fitter; T. R. G. Green
Models of the Process Operator BIBA 263-284
  I. G. Umbers

Book Review

"Advances in Computer Chess, Volume 1," edited by M. R. B. Clarke BIB 285-286
  S. Soule

IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 3

Experiments Concerned with Reading "Newscaster"-Style Displays BIBA 287-300
  A. F. Newell; P. J. Brumfit
Inducing Explanations for Errors in Computer-Assisted Instruction BIBA 301-324
  M. A. Jones; F. D. Tuggle
A Top-Down Language Analyzer BIBA 325-338
  Jeffrey W. Smith; Alan L. Tharp
Towards More "Natural" Interactive Systems BIBA 339-350
  M. Fitter
A Model of Fuzzy Reasoning Through Multi-Valued Logic and Set Theory BIBA 351-380
  J. F. Baldwin; B. W. Pilsworth
Fuzzy Logic and Approximate Reasoning for Mixed Input Arguments BIBA 381-396
  J. F. Baldwin
On the Satisfaction of a Fuzzy Relation by a Set of Inputs BIBA 397-404
  J. F. Baldwin; N. C. F. Guild

IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 4

Editorial BIB 405-406
  E. H. Mamdani
Report on the Panel Session at the Workshop on Fuzzy Reasoning BIB 407-409
  B. S. Sembi; N. J. C. Baker; J. Efstathiou
Verbal Reports as Evidence of the Process Operator's Knowledge BIBA 411-436
  Lisanne Bainbridge
Do We Need "Fuzzy Logic"? BIBA 437-445
  Susan Haack
Fuzzy Truth Definition of Possibility Measure for Decision Classification BIBAK 447-463
  J. F. Baldwin; B. W. Pilsworth
Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Reasoning BIBA 465-480
  J. F. Baldwin
Logical Foundations for Database Systems BIBA 481-500
  Brian R. Gaines
A General Approach to Linguistic Approximation BIBA 501-519
  F. Eshragh; E. H. Mamdani
On Fuzzy Sets, Subjective Measurements and Utility BIBA 521-545
  Ole I. Franksen

IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 5

Reflective Analysis BIBA 547-584
  P. J. Boxer
A Microcomputer-Based Speech Synthesis-by-Rule System BIBA 585-620
  I. H. Witten; J. Abbess
Conversational Heuristics for Eliciting Shared Understanding BIBA 621-634
  Mildred L. G. Shaw
A Model for the Representation of Pattern-Knowledge for the Endgame in Chess BIBA 635-649
  M. A. Bramer; M. R. B. Clarke
A Methodological Comparison of the Science, Systems and Metasystem Paradigms BIB 651-663
  John P. van Gigch

IJMMS 1979 Volume 11 Issue 6

Editorial: Palantype Shorthand Transcription to Aid the Deaf BIB 665
  A. F. Newell
An Assessment of Palantype Transcription as an Aid for the Deaf BIBA 667-680
  A. C. Downton; A. F. Newell
Voice Input to English Text Output BIBA 681-691
  A. W. Booth; M. S. Barnden
Subtitling "Live" Television Programmes for the Hearing Impaired BIB 693-699
  A. F. Newell; P. R. Hutt
The Development and Use of an Electric Keyboard for Television Subtitling by Palantype BIBA 701-710
  W. R. Hawkins; R. N. Robinson
A Profoundly Deaf Businessman's Views on the Palantype Speech Transcription System BIBA 711-715
  G. Hayward
Perceptual and Memory Factors in Simulated Machine-Aided Speaker Verification BIBA 717-728
  Mark Haggard; Quentin Summerfield
Memory and Decision in Speaker Recognition BIBA 729-742
  Roger Brown