Helen M. Gigley

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1 After a brief discussion of current government uses and needs for human language technology, this paper will discuss the uses which will probably survive in the future as well as attempt to define some anticipated ones. Business uses, military uses, and education/training receive the most focus today. Current state of the art technologies are providing(More)
  • H M Gigley
  • 1986
Computational neurolinguistics, an integrated approach to cognitive modelling of neural processes which may subserve natural language performance, attempts to build computational models that model behavior on two levels: at the neural process level and at the human performance level in its normal state and under pathological conditions. HOPE is one example(More)
Women in math and the sciences are becoming fewer and fewer. Or are they? This panel will examine an historical perspective of how and why women succeeded in science , will present a view of current trends of computer science students, and will offer some guidelines and concrete examples of what is being done and what can be done to encourage female(More)