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General:

   There are many recent papers at:

      http://www.cora.whizbang.com

   You can both browse and search; the searching ranks papers based on
   how often they have been referenced.

 
Fuzzy Logic:
         
   A BibTeX database of references addressing neuro-fuzzy issues can be
   obtained by anonymous ftp from 

      ftp.tu-bs.de:/local/papers/ [134.169.34.15]

   as the (ascii) file fuzzy-nn.bib.

Genetic Algorithms:

      http://www.cogs.susx.ac.uk/users/ezequiel/alife-page/alife.html

Logic Programming, Constraints:

   A BibTeX bibliography for Constraint Logic Programming is available
   by anonymous ftp from 

      archive.cis.ohio-state.edu:/pub/clp/

   in the bib/ and papers/ subdirectories.

NLP/CL:

   For information on a fairly complete bibliography of computational
   linguistics and natural language processing work from the 1980s, send
   mail to clbib@csli.stanford.edu with the subject HELP. 

   The CSLI linguistics bibliography contains 3,300 entries in
   bib/tib/refer format. The bibliography is heavily slanted towards
   phonetics and phonology but also includes a fair amount of
   computational morphology, syntax, semantics, and psycholinguistics.
   The bibliography can be used with James Alexander's tib
   bibliography system, which is available from minos.inria.fr
   [128.93.39.5] among other places. The bibliography itself is available
   by anonymous ftp from 

      ftp://csli.stanford.edu/pub/bibliography/

   Contributions are welcome, but should be in tib format.
   For more information, contact Andras Kornai <kornai@csli.stanford.edu>

NLG:

   Robert Dale's Natural Language Generation (NLG) bibliography is
   available by anonymous ftp from 

      scott.cogsci.ed.ac.uk:/pub/nlg/ [129.215.144.3] 

   Note that it is formatted for A4 paper. Stick in a line 
      .94 .94 scale
   after the %! line to print on 8.5 x 11 paper. For further information,
   write to Robert Dale, University of Edinburgh, Centre for Cognitive
   Science, 2 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh EH8 9LW Scotland, or
   <R.Dale@edinburgh.ac.uk> or <rdale@microsoft.com>.

   Mark Kantrowitz's Natural Language Generation (NLG) bibliography is
   available by anonymous ftp from 

      ftp://ftp.cs.cmu.edu/user/ai/areas/nlp/nlg/bib/mk/ [128.2.206.173] 

   In addition to the tech report, the BibTeX file containing the
   bibliography is also available.  The bibliography contains more than
   1,200 entries. A searchable index to the bibliography is
   available via the URL

      http://liinwww.ira.uka.de/bibliography/Ai/nlg.html

   Additions and corrections should be sent to mkant@cs.cmu.edu. 

Neural Nets, Learning:

   A bibliography of over 1000 entries about Self-Organizing Map
   (SOM) and Learning vector Quantization (LVQ) studies is
   available by anonymous ftp from

      cochlea.hut.fi:/pub/ref/

   as the files references.bib.Z (BibTeX file) and references.ps.Z
   (PostScript file). Please send additions and corrections to 
   biblio@cochlea.hut.fi.

   An extensive collection of references on Principal Component Analysis
   (PCA) neural networks and learning algorithms is available by
   anonymous ftp from ftp://dendrite.hut.fi/pub/ref/ in LaTeX and PostScript
   formats. The list was compiled by Liu-Yue Wang, a graduate student of
   Erkki Oja, and updated by Juha Karhunen, all from Helsinki University
   of Technology, Finland.  For more information, contact Erkki Oja
   <oja@dendrite.hut.fi>.

   A bibliography of PCA algorithms is available by anonymous ftp from
   ftp.ai.mit.edu:/pub/sanger-papers/ as pca.bib. For more information,
   contact Terry Sanger <tds@ai.mit.edu>.

   A 36-page bibliography of connectionist models with symbolic
   processing is available by anonymous ftp from Neuroprose

      archive.cis.ohio-state.edu:/pub/neuroprose/ [128.146.8.52]

   as the file sun.nn-sp-bib.ps.Z. For more information, contact
   Ron Sun <rsun@athos.cs.ua.edu>.

Nonmonotonic Logic, Belief Revision:

   A bibliography on belief revision and nonmonotonic logics with
   about 2,000 items is available by anonymous ftp from

      ftp://tarski.phil.indiana.edu/pub/morado/  [129.79.134.34]

   as nonmono.bib or nonmono.bib.Z. The file is also available by WAIS as

      wais://tarski.phil.indiana.edu/nonmono.bib?

   and by gopher/WWW. Please send additions and corrections to Raymundo
   Morado <morado@phil.indiana.edu>. 

Speech: 

   A bibliography of papers on Silicon Auditory Models (VLSI
   implementations of auditory representations) is available by anonymous
   ftp from

      ftp://hobiecat.pcmp.caltech.edu/pub/anaprose/lazzaro/

   For more information, write to John Lazzaro <lazzaro@boom.cs.berkeley.edu>

Multi-agent Systems

   http://dis.cs.umass.edu/research/agents-learn.html

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