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John Barnden
John Barnden
Professor of Artificial Intelligence, University of Birmingham, UK
Verified email at cs.bham.ac.uk
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Metaphor and metonymy: Making their connections more slippery
JA Barnden
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 21 (1), 1-34, 2010
2552010
Semeval-2015 task 11: Sentiment analysis of figurative language in twitter
A Ghosh, G Li, T Veale, P Rosso, E Shutova, J Barnden, A Reyes
Proceedings of the 9th international workshop on semantic evaluation …, 2015
2442015
Component processes in analogical transfer: Mapping, pattern completion, and adaptation.
KJ Holyoak, LR Novick, ER Melz
Ablex Publishing, 1994
1781994
Difficulties in metaphor comprehension faced by international students whose first language is not English
J Littlemore, PT Chen, A Koester, J Barnden
Applied linguistics 32 (4), 408-429, 2011
1732011
Implementation of Analogy and Working Memory Matching
JA Barnden
Analogy, metaphor, and reminding 3, 327, 1994
119*1994
Encoding techniques for complex information structures in connectionist systems
J Barnden, K Srinivas
Connection Science 3 (3), 269-315, 1991
891991
Varieties and directions of interdomain influence in metaphor
JA Barnden, SR Glasbey, MG Lee, AM Wallington
Metaphor and Symbol 19 (1), 1-30, 2004
862004
Semantic networks: visualizations of knowledge
RT Hartley, JA Barnden
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 1 (5), 169-175, 1997
731997
Metaphors of Mind1
JA Barnden
Two sciences of mind: Readings in cognitive science and consciousness 9, 311, 1997
731997
Advances in Connectionist and Neural Computation Theory: Analogy, Methaphor, and Reminding
JA Barnden, KJ Holyoak
Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1994
731994
Metaphor and artificial intelligence: Why they matter to each other
JA Barnden
The Cambridge handbook of metaphor and thought, 311-338, 2008
65*2008
Artificial intelligence and metaphors of mind: within-vehicle reasoning and its benefits
JA Barnden, S Helmreich, E Iverson, GC Stein
Metaphor and Symbol 11 (2), 101-123, 1996
591996
On short-term information-processing in connectionist theories.
JA Barnden
Cognition & Brain Theory, 1984
591984
Belief ascription, metaphor, and intensional identification
A Ballim, Y Wilks, J Barnden
Cognitive Science 15 (1), 133-171, 1991
541991
Emotions in autonomous agents: comparative analysis of mechanisms and functions
T Rumbell, J Barnden, S Denham, T Wennekers
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 25 (1), 1-45, 2012
492012
Integrating question classification and deep learning for improved answer selection
HT Madabushi, M Lee, J Barnden
Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Computational …, 2018
472018
Reasoning about mixed metaphors within an implemented artificial intelligence system
MG Lee, JA Barnden
Metaphor and Symbol 16 (1-2), 29-42, 2001
462001
Diagrammatic short-term information processing by neural mechanisms
JA Barnden
Cognition and Brain Theory 7 (3), 285-328, 1985
461985
Overcoming rule-based rigidity and connectionist limitations through massively-parallel case-based reasoning
J Barnden, K Srinivas
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 36 (2), 221-246, 1992
451992
An artificial intelligence approach to metaphor understanding
JA Barnden, MG Lee
Theoria et Historia Scientiarum 6 (1), 399-412, 2002
422002
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