Say Hello to Smarter Apps That Fulfill Your Wishes, Henry Lieberman, Wired UK, November 2012, p. 70.
Commonsense Reasoning for Detection, Prevention and Mitigation of Cyberbullying, Karthik Dinakar, Birago Jones, Catherine Havasi, Henry Lieberman, and Rosalind Picard, ACM Transactions on Intelligent Interactive Systems (ACM TiiS), Volume 2, Number 3, 2012.
You Too?! Mixed-Initiative LDA Story Matching to Help Teens in Distress, Karthik Dinakar, Birago Jones, Henry Lieberman, Rosalind Picard, Carolyn Rose, Matthew Thoman, Roi Reichart, International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM-12), Dublin, Ireland, June 2012.
Textual Tinkerability: Encouraging Storytelling Behaviors to Foster Emergent Literacy, Angela Chang, Cynthia Breazeal, Tom Roberts, Glorianna Davenport, Henry Lieberman, Nick Montfort, Computers and Human Interaction Conference (CHI-12), Austin, TX, May 2012.
Helping Users Understand and Recover from Interpretation Failures in Natural Language Interfaces, Dustin Smith and Henry Lieberman, Workshop at End-User Interactions with Intelligent and Autonomous Systems, Computers and Human Interaction Conference (CHI-12), Austin, TX, May 2012.
Let’s Gang Up on Cyberbullying, Henry Lieberman, Karthik Dinakar, Birago Jones, IEEE Computer Magazine, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Volume 44, Number 9, Sept. 2011.
Modeling the Detection of Textual Cyberbullying, Karthik Dinakar, Roi Reichart, Henry Lieberman, Birago Jones, Workshop on the Social Mobile Web, International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, July 2011.
Raconteur: Integrating Authored and Real-Time Social Media, Pei-Yu (Peggy) Chi and Henry Lieberman, ACM Conference on Computers and Human Interaction (CHI-11), Vancouver, May 2011.
The State of the Art in End-User Software Engineering, Andrew Ko, Abraham R., Beckwith L., Blackwell A., Burnett M.M., Erwig M., Scaffidi C., Lawrence J., Lieberman H., Myers B.A., Rosson M.B., Rothermel G., Shaw M. and Wiedenbeck S., ACM Computing Surveys, Vol .43, Number 3, Article 21, (April 2011), 44 pages.
Intelligent Assistance for Conversational Storytelling Using Story Patterns, Pei-Yu (Peggy) Chi and Henry Lieberman, ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Palo Alto, CA, February 2011.
Cross-Domain Scruffy Inference, Kenneth Arnold and Henry Lieberman, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Fall Symposium on Commonsense Knowledge, Arlington, VA, USA, November 2010.
Embracing Ambiguity, Kenneth Arnold and Henry Lieberman, ACM SigSoft Workshop on the Future of Software Engineering Research, Santa Fe, NM, USA, November 2010.
CrossBridge: Finding Analogies Using Dimensionality Reduction, Jayant Krishnamurthy and Henry Lieberman, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Fall Symposium on Commonsense Knowledge, Arlington, VA, USA, November 2010.
Managing Ambiguity in Programming by Finding Unambiguous Examples, Kenneth Arnold and Henry Lieberman, ACM Onward Conference (part of ACM Systems, Programming, Languages, and Applications: Software for Humanity, formerly OOPSLA), Reno, Nevada, USA, October 2010
Lessons Learned from Designing Children’s Interactive Narratives, Angela Chang, Pei-Yu Chi, Nick Montfort, Cynthia Breazeal, and Henry Lieberman, Conference of the Electronic Literature Organization (ELO), Providence, RI, USA, June 2010.
Finding Your Way in a Multi-dimensional Semantic Space with Luminoso, Robert Speer, Catherine Havasi, Nichole Treadway, and Henry Lieberman, ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI), Hong Kong, China, February 2010, pp. 385-388.
Raconteur: From Intent to Stories. Pei-Yu (Peggy) Chi and Henry Lieberman, In Proceeding of the 14th international Conference on intelligent User interfaces (Hong Kong, China, February 07 - 10, 2010). IUI '10. ACM, New York, NY, 301-304.
The Why UI: Using Goal Networks to Improve User Interfaces. Dustin Smith and Henry Lieberman, In Proceeding of the 14th international Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Hong Kong, China, February 2010. IUI '10. ACM, New York, NY, 377-380.
A Goal-Oriented Web Browser, Alexander Faaborg and Henry Lieberman, in No Code Required: Giving Users Tools to Transform the Web, Morgan Kaufmann, 2010, pp. 65-84.
Knowing What You're Talking About: Natural Language Programming of an Multi-Player Online Game, Henry Lieberman and Moin Ahmad, in No Code Required: Giving Users Tools to Transform the Web, Morgan Kaufmann, 2010, pp. 331-346.
User Interface Goals, AI Opportunities, Henry Lieberman, AI Magazine, Volume 30, Number 4, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI). Special Issue on Usability of AI Systems, Winter 2009-2010, pp. 16-23.
Recognizing and Using Goals in Event Management, Dustin Arthur Smith, Henry Lieberman, ACM Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, (CHI-09), Boston, April 2009. Pages 4525-4530
Breaking Down Brick Walls: Design, Construction, and Prototype Fabrication Knowledge an Architecture, Rachelle Villalon, Henry Lieberman, Larry Sass, ACM Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, (CHI-09), Boston, April 2009. pp. 4261-4266.
Digital Intuition: Applying Common Sense Using Dimensionality Reduction, Catherine Havasi, James Pustejovsky, Robert Speer, and Henry Lieberman, IEEE Intelligent Systems 24(4), Special Issue on Human-Level Intelligence, pp. 24-35, July 2009.
PerspectiveSpace: Opinion Modeling with Dimensionality Reduction, Jason Alonso, Catherine Havasi, and Henry Lieberman, Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation, and Personalization (UMAP-09), Trento, Italy, June 2009.
What's Next: Emergent Storytelling in Video Collections, Edward Shen, Henry Lieberman and Glorianna Davenport, ACM Conference on Computers and Human Interaction (CHI-09), Boston, April 2009.
Talking About Painful Subjects: Flexibility and Constraints in Patient Interviews, John Moore and Henry Lieberman, in Renata Bushko, ed., Future of Health Technology: Strategy for the Future, IOS Press, 2009.
An Interface For Targeted Collection Of Common Sense Knowledge Using a Mixture Model, Robert Speer, Jayant Krishnamurthy, Catherine Havasi, Dustin Smith, Henry Lieberman, Kenneth Arnold, International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Sanibel, FL, February 2009.
AnalogySpace: Reducing the Dimensionality of Commonsense Knowledge, Robert Speer, Catherine Havasi and Henry Lieberman, Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-08), Chicago, July 2008.
Sense Assistant for Writing Stories that Teach Social Skills, Kyunghee Kim,
Rosalind Picard and Henry Lieberman, ACM Conference on Computers and Human Interaction
(CHI-08), Florence, Italy, April 2008.
Usable Artificial Intelligence Needs Common Sense Knowledge, Henry Lieberman, Workshop on Usable Artificial Intelligence, ACM Conference on Computers and Human Interaction (CHI-08), Florence, Italy, April 2008.
A Creative Programming Environment, Henry Lieberman, in HCI Remixed, Tom Ericson and David MacDonald, eds., pp. 37-42, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2008.
Back into Equilibrium: Balancing the Ordinary and the Extraordinary, in Out of Balance: New Frontiers in Science, Art and Thought, Department of Culture of Catalonia, and Fundació Caixa Catalunya, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, September 2007.
From Whole Earth to the Whole Web (book review of Fred Turner's "From Counterculture to Cyberculture"), Science Magazine, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 8 March 2007.
GlobalMind: Bridging the Gap Between Different Cultures and Languages with Common-sense Computing, Hyemin Chung, Henry Lieberman, and Walter Bender, International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems, Special Issue on Semantics of People and Culture, Vol. 3, Number 1, January-March 2007, pp. 65-95.
What Am I Gonna Wear: Scenario-Oriented Recommendation, Edward Shen, Henry Lieberman, and Francis Lam. International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI-07), Honolulu, January 2007.
Common Consensus: A Web-based Game for Collecting Commonsense Goals, Henry Lieberman, Dustin Smith, Alea Teeters, Workshop on Common Sense for Intelligent Interfaces, ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI-07), Honolulu, January 2007.
Using Common Sense for Planning Learning Activities, Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho, Junia Coutinho Anacleto, Henry Lieberman, Muriel de Souza Godoi, Silvia Zem-Mascarenhas, Workshop on Common Sense for Intelligent Interfaces, ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI-07), Honolulu, January 2007.
An Interface for Mutual Disambiguation of Recognition Errors in a Multimodal Navigational Assistant, Henry Lieberman and Amy Chu, Multimedia Systems Journal, Special Issue on User-Centered Multimedia, Vol. 12, Nos. 4-5, pp. 393-402, Summer 2007.
Common Sense to Distance Learning: the Case of Home Care Education, Junia
Anacleto, Aparecido de Carvalho,
Vania Almeida, Muriel de Souza Godoi, Silvia Zem-Mascarenhas, Henry Lieberman, Americo Talarico Neto, Brazilian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (IHC-06), Natal, Brazil, November 2006.
Saurus: An Emotionally Weighted Thesaurus, Jim Gouldstone, Hugo Liu, Henry Lieberman, and Hiroshi Ishii, in Computational Aesthetics: Artificial Intelligence Approaches to Beauty and Happiness, AAAI-06 Workshop, Boston, July 2006.
The Continuing Quest for Abstraction, European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP-06), 20th Anniversary Panel: The Past and Future of Object-Oriented Programming, Nantes, France, July 2006.
Memory, Connected, James Teng, Edward Shen, Henry Lieberman, and Pattie
Maes, ACM SigGraph Compuer Graphics Conference Art Show, Boston, MA, July 2006.
Can Common Sense Uncover Cultural Differences in Computer Applications?. Junia Anacleto, Henry Lieberman, Marie Tsutsumi, Vânia Neris, Aparecido Carvalho, Jose Espinosa and Silvia Zem-Mascarenhas, IFIP World Computer Conference, Santiago, Chile, August 2006.
NLP (Natural Language Processing) for NLP (Natural Language Programming), (with Rada Mihalcea and Hugo Liu), International Conference on Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing, Mexico City, Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, February 2006.
A Goal-Oriented Interface to Consumer Electronics using Planning and Commonsense Reasoning, Henry Lieberman and José Espinosa, Knowledge Based Systems Journal, to appear. Also in the International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI-06), Sydney, Australia, January 2006.
Augmenting Kitchen Appliances with a Shared Context Using Knowledge about Daily Events. (with C-H. Lee, L. Bonnani, J. Espinosa, T. Selker), International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Sydney, January 2006.
A Goal-Oriented Web Browser, Alex Faaborg and Henry Lieberman, ACM Conference on Computers and Human Interaction (CHI-06), Montréal, April 2006.
Providing Expert Advice by Analogy for On-Line Help, Henry Lieberman and Ashwani Kumar, IEEE/ACM Conference on Web Intelligence & Intelligent Agent Technology, Compiègne, France, September 2005.
End-User Development, Springer, 2005. (Book editor, with Fabio Paterno and Volker Wulf).
Feasibility Studies for Programming in Natural Language, Henry Lieberman and Hugo Liu, in H. Lieberman, F. Paterno and V. Wulf, eds., End-User Development, Springer, 2005
Programmatic Semantics for Natural Language Interfaces, Hugo Liu and Henry Lieberman, ACM Conference on Computers & Human Interaction (CHI-2005), Portland, OR, April 2005.
Topic Spotting Common Sense Translation Assistant, (with Jaewoo Chung and Rachel Kern), ACM Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (CHI-2005), Portland, OR, April 2005.
Metafor: Visualizing Stories as Code, Henry Lieberman and Hugo Liu, ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI-2005), San Diego, January 2005.
How to Wreck a Nice Beach You Sing Calm Incense. Alexander Faaborg, Waseem Daher, Henry Lieberman and José Espinosa. International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, IUI 2005, January 9-12 2005, San Diego.
Beating Common Sense into Interactive Applications, (with Hugo Liu, Push Singh, and Barbara Barry) AI Magazine, Winter 2005.
Common Sense on the Go: Giving Mobile Applications an Understanding of Everyday Life, (with Alexander Faaborg, José Espinosa, and Tom Stocky), British Telecom Technology Journal, Vol. 22, Number 4, October 2004.
A Commonsense Approach to Predictive Text Entry, (with Tom Stocky and Alexander Faaborg), Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 04), Vienna, Austria, April 2004.
Sense Investing: Bridging the Gap Between Expert and Novice, (with Ashwani
Kumar and Sharad Sundararajan) Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
(CHI 04), Vienna, Austria, April 2004.
Supporting User Hypotheses in Problem Diagnosis on the Web and Elsewhere, (with Earl Wagner) ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Funchal, Madeira, Portugal, January 2004.
Personalized Presentation of Policies and Processes, (with Earl Wagner) in Designing Personalized User Experiences in eCommerce, Claire-Marie Karat, Jan Blom, John Karat, eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 2004.
and Debugging System Configurations, (with Earl Wagner), Conference on the
Human Impact and Application
of Autonomic Computer Systems (CHIACS-2), IBM Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York, April 2004.
Visualizing the Affective Structure of a Text Document (with Hugo Liu and Ted Selker). Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'03), Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.End-User Debugging for Electronic Commerce, (with Earl Wagner) ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Miami Beach, January 2003.
Intelligent Interfaces for E-Commerce Problem Solving, (with Earl Wagner), ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce, San Diego, June 2003.
A Model of Textual Affect Sensing using Real-World Knowledge. (with Hugo Liu and Ted Selker) International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI 2003). Miami, Florida Recipient of the Outstanding Paper Award at this conference.
A Zero-Input Inerface for Leveraging Group Browsing, (with Taly Sharon and Ted Selker), ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Miami Beach, January 2003.
Static and Dynamic Semantics of the Web, (book editor, and article co-authored with Christopher Fry and Mike Plusch) in Spinning The Semantic Web, Dieter Fensel, James Hendler, Henry Lieberman, and Wolfgang Wahlster, eds., MIT Press, 2003.
Agents for the User Interface (with Ted Selker), in Handbook of Agent Technology, Jeffrey Bradshaw, ed., MIT Press, to appear.
Searching the Web with a Little Help from Your Friends, (with Taly Sharon and Ted Selker), ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, New Orleans, November 2002.
Adaptive Linking between Text and Photos Using Common Sense Reasoning (with Hugo Liu), Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web Systems, Malaga, Spain, May 2002.
Robust Photo Retrieval Using World Semantics (with Hugo Liu). Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Language Resources And Evaluation Workshop: Using Semantics for Information Retrieval and Filtering (LREC2002) -- Canary Islands, Spainhttp://web.media.mit.edu/~lieber/Publications/
Goal-Oriented Search Engine With Commonsense (with Hugo Liu and Ted Selker),
Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web Systems, Malaga, Spain, May 2002. This paper won the award for "Best Artificial Intelligence Paper" from AEPIA, Asociación Española para la Inteligencia Artificial (Spanish Association for Artificial Intelligence).
Out of Many, One: Reliable Results from Unreliable Recognition, in ACM Conference on Computer-Human Interface (CHI-2002), Minneapolis, April 2002.
Intelligent Agent Software for Medicine (with Cindy Mason), in Future of Health Technology, Renata Bushko, ed., IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2002.
Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces by Example (Keynote presentation), Conference on Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces, Valenciennes, France, May 2002.
Art Imitates Life: Programming by Example as an Imitation Game, in Imitation in Nautural and Artificial Systems, Kirsten Dautenhahn and Chrystopher Nehaniv, eds., MIT Press, 2002.
Aria: An Agent for Annotating and Retrieving Images, (with Elizabeth Rosenzweig and Push Singh) IEEE Computer, July 2001, pp. 57-61.
Exploring the Web with Reconnaissance Agents, Communications of the ACM, August 2001 (With Christopher Fry and Louis Weitzman). pp. 69-75.
Interfaces that Give and Take Advice , in Human-Computer Interaction for the New Millenium, John Carroll, ed., ACM Press/Addison-Wesley, pp. 475-485, 2001.
Your Wish is My Command: Programming by Example (book editor), Morgan Kauffman, San Francisco, 2001.
Will Software Ever Work?, (with Christopher Fry) Communications of the ACM, March 2001.
Intelligent Profiling by Example (with Sybil Shearin), ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Santa Fe, NM, January 2001.
Programming by Example, (Introduction and Guest Editor), Special Issue of Communications of the ACM, March 2000.
Visual Generalization in Programming by Example (with Robert St. Amant, Richard Potter, and Luke Zettlemoyer), Communications of the ACM, March 2000. Also in Henry Lieberman, ed. Your Wish is My Command, Morgan Kaufmann, 2001.
Agents to Assist in Finding Help (with Adriana Vivacqua), ACM Conference on Computers and Human Interface (CHI-2000), the Hague, Netherlands, April 2000.
Out of Context: Computer Systems that Learn About, and Adapt to, Context (with Ted Selker), IBM Systems Journal, Vol 39, Nos 3&4, pp. 617-631, 2000.
Training Agents to Recognize Text by Example , (with Bonnie Nardi and Dave Wright), in ACM Conference on Autonomous Agents [Agents-99], Seattle, May 1999. Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 2000, and in Henry Lieberman, ed. Your Wish is My Command, Morgan Kaufmann, 2001.
Personal Assistants for the Web: An MIT Perspective, in Matthias Klusch, ed., Intelligent Information Agents , Springer, 1999, pp. 279-292.
Lets Browse: A Collaborative Browsing Agent , (with Neil Van Dyke and Adriana Vivacqua), Knowledge Based Systems Journal, Vol 12, pp. 427-431, Elsevier, 1999. International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Los Angeles, January 1999.
Butterfly: A Conversation-Finding Agent for Internet Relay Chat, (with Neil Van Dyke and Pattie Maes), International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Los Angeles, January 1999.
Integrating User Interface Agents with Conventional Applications, Knowledge-Based Systems Journal, Elsevier, Volume 11, Number 1, September 1998, pp. 15-24. ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, San Francisco, January 1998.
Beyond Information Retrieval: Information Agents at the MIT Media Lab, Kunstliche Intelligenz [German Journal of Artificial Intelligence], (1998)
A Multi-Scale, Multi-Layer, Translucent Virtual Space, IEEE International Conference on Information Visualization, London, September 1997.
Introduction and Guest Editor, Special Issue on Debugging and Software Visualization, Communications of the ACM, April 1997.
Debugging and the Experience of Immediacy, (with David Ungar and Christopher Fry), Communications of the ACM, April 1997.
Autonomous Interface Agents, ACM Conference on Human-Computer Interface [CHI-97], Atlanta, March 1997.
ZStep 95: A Reversible, Animated, Source Code Stepper, in Software Visualization: Programming as a Multimedia Experience, John Stasko, John Domingue, Marc Brown, and Blaine Price, eds., MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1997.
Instructible Agents: Software That Just Keeps Getting Better, (with David Maulsby), IBM Systems Journal, Volume 35, Nos. 3 & 4, 1996.
Intelligent Graphics: A New Paradigm , Communications of the ACM, August 1996, [Special Issue on New Paradigms for Using Computers].
Hearing Aid: Adding Verbal Hints to a Learning Interface [with Elizabeth Stoehr], ACM Multimedia Conference, San Francisco, October 1995.
Letizia: An Agent That Assists Web Browsing, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Montréal, August 1995.
First International Workshop on AI and the Envrionment, Cindy Mason, chair, Henry Lieberman and Brian Williams, co-chairs, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-95), Montréal, August 1995.
The Visual Language of Experts in Graphic Design, IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages, Darmstadt, Germany, September 1995.
Interaction is the Key to Machine Learning Applications , Workshop on Machine Learning for Interactive Applications, International Conference on Machine Learning, Tahoe City, California, July 1995.
Bridging the Gap Between Code and Behavior in Programming [with Christopher Fry], ACM Conference on Computers and Human Interface [CHI-95], Denver, April 1995.
Powers of Ten Thousand: Navigating In Large Information Spaces, Conference on User Interface Software Technology, Marina del Rey, California, November 1994.
A User Interface for Knowledge Acquisition from Video, Conference of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence, Seattle, August 1994.
Integrating Code and Data Visualization, CHI Workshop on Software Visualization, Boston, May 1994 [with Christopher Fry]
Demonstrational Techniques for Instructible Interface Agents, AAAI Workshop on Software Agents, Stanford, CA, March 1994.
Graphical Annotation as a Visual Language for Specify Constraint Relations , IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages, Bergen, Norway, Sept. 1993.
Mondrian: A Teachable Graphical Editor, in Watch What I Do: Programming by Demonstration, Allen Cypher, ed., MIT Press, 1993.
Making Programming Accessible to Visual Problem Solvers, in Watch What I Do: Programming by Demonstration, Allen Cypher, ed., MIT Press, 1993.
Tinker: A Programming by Demonstration System for Beginning Programmers in Watch What I Do: Programming by Demonstration, Allen Cypher, ed., MIT Press, 1993.
Dominoes and Storyboards: Beyond Icons on Strings, IEEE Conference on Visual Languages, Seattle, September 1992.
Capturing Design Expertise Interactively by Example, in Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, St. Petersburg, Russia, August 1992.
Two Disciplines in Search of an Interface: Reflections on a Design Problem (with Laurie Vertelney and Michael Arent) in The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design, Brenda Laurel, ed., Addison-Wesley, August 1989
Object-Oriented Programming, in Macmillan Encyclopaedia of Computers, 1992.
Machine Tongues: Object-Oriented Programming, in The Well-Tempered Object: Musical Applications of Object-Oriented Software Technology, Stephen Pope, ed., MIT Press, 1991
Visual Programming: A Vision for the Future, in Friend-21 Conference on Human Interface Technologies, Tokyo, September 1989
A Three-Dimensional Representation for Program Execution, in E.P. Glinert, ed, Visual Programming Enviornments: Applications and Issues, IEEE Press, 1991
User Interfaces for Program Debugging, Tutorial at ACM Computers and Human Interaction Conference, Austin, Texas, 1989.
Towards Intelligent Interfaces for Graphic Design Applications International Conference on Fifth Generation Computer Systems, Tokyo, November 1988
The Treaty of Orlando: A Shared View of Sharing (with Lynn Stein and David Ungar), in Object-Oriented Concepts, Applications and Databases, Won Kim and Fred Lochovsky, eds., Addison-Wesley, 1988
Parallelism in Interpreters for Knowledge Representation Languages, in Concepts and Characteristics of Knowledge-Based Systems, M. Tokoro, Y. Anzai, A. Yonezawa, eds., North-Holland, 1989
Programming Descriptive Analogies by Example, Workshop on Inheritance Hierarchies in Knowledge Representation, Viareggio, Italy, 1989.
Reversible Object-Oriented Interpreters, First European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Paris, France, Springer-Verlag, 1987.
Using Prototypical Objects to Implement Shared Behavior in Object-Oriented Systems , First Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Languages, Systems, and Applications [OOPSLA-86], ACM SigCHI, Portland, Oregon, September 1986. Also in Object-Oriented Computing, Gerald Peterson, ed., IEEE Computer Society Press, 1987.
Concurrent Object Oriented Programming in Act 1, in Object Oriented Concurrent Programming , Aki Yonezawa and Mario Tokoro, eds., MIT Press, 1987
An Example Oriented Environment for Beginning Programmers, in Artificial Intelligence and Education, R. Lawler and M. Yazdani, eds., Ellis Horwood, Chichester, England, 1987. Also in the Instructional Sciences Journal.
There's More to Menu Systems Than Meets the Screen, ACM SigGraph '85 Computer Graphics Conference, San Francisco, July 1985.
Expecting the Unpredictable: When Computers Can Think in Parallel, in Matters of Intelligence, Lucia Vaina, ed., D. Reidel, 1987.
Steps Toward Better Debugging Tools for Lisp, ACM Symposium on Lisp and Functional Programming, Austin, Texas, August 1984
Seeing What Your Programs Are Doing, International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, July 1984.
Design Issues in Parallel Architectures for Artificial Intelligence (with Carl Hewitt), IEEE Compcon Conference, March 1984.
An Object-Oriented Simulator for the Apiary, Conference of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence, Washington, D. C., August 1983.
A Real Time Garbage Collector Based On The Lifetimes of Objects (with Carl Hewitt), Communications of the ACM, June 1983.
Designing Interactive Systems From The User's Viewpoint, in Integrated Interactive Computer Systems, P. Degano and E. Sandewall, eds., North Holland, 1982.
Constructing Graphical User Interfaces by Example, Graphics Interface Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 1982.
Tinker: Example-Based Programming for Artificial Intelligence, 7th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), Vancouver, B. C., Canada, August 1981.
A Session with Tinker: Interleaving Program Testing With Program Design (with Carl Hewitt.), Proceedings of the First Lisp Conference, Stanford University, August 1980.
Security and Modularity in Message Passing (with Carl Hewitt and Giuseppe Attardi), First International Conference on Distributed Computing, Huntsville, Ala., October 1979.
Specifying And Proving Properties Of Guardians For Distributed Systems (with Carl Hewitt and Giuseppe Attardi), In Semantics of Concurrent Computation, Springer-Verlag Computer Science Series No. 70.
Computer Animation: Snow White's Dream Machine (with Kenneth Kahn), Technology Review, October-November 1977.
How To Color In A Coloring Book, SigGraph Computer Graphics Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1978.
The TV Turtle: A Logo Graphics System for Raster Displays, SigGraph/SigPlan Graphics Languages Symposium, Miami Beach, Florida, April 1976.