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Authors: Lewis, John D.
Keywords: Computer Science
Issue Date: 1-Aug-1991
Abstract: This is a report on the aspects of AAAI-91 which were particularly applicable to my research. Included is a brief description of the problem my thesis attacks--understanding instruction during task learning--and a summary of a variety of papers which appear in the proceedings, as well as one of the invited talks. The papers which will be summarized are from the following sections of the proceedings: generation and interaction, syntax and semantics, formalisms for coordination, temporal constraints, tractable inference, and an invited talk on discourse understanding. A discussion of how these ideas relate to the problem of understanding instruction is incorporated into each summary, as well as forming a conclusion for the report.
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