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
Cognitive linguistics 21 (1), 1-34, 2010
2152010
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
1892015
Component processes in analogical transfer: Mapping, pattern completion, and adaptation.
KJ Holyoak, LR Novick, ER Melz
Ablex Publishing, 1994
1631994
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
1322011
On the connectionist implementation of analogy and working memory matching.
JA Barnden
Ablex Publishing, 1994
110*1994
Varieties and directions of interdomain influence in metaphor
JA Barnden, SR Glasbey, MG Lee, AM Wallington
Metaphor and Symbol 19 (1), 1-30, 2004
882004
Encoding techniques for complex information structures in connectionist systems
J Barnden, K Srinivas
Connection Science 3 (3), 269-315, 1991
841991
Advances in Connectionist and Neural Computation Theory: Analogy, Methaphor, and Reminding
JA Barnden, KJ Holyoak
Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1994
731994
The symbolic and connectionist paradigms: closing the gap
J Dinsmore
Psychology Press, 2014
712014
Metaphors of Mind1
JA Barnden
Two sciences of mind: Readings in cognitive science and consciousness 9, 311, 1997
681997
Semantic networks: visualizations of knowledge
RT Hartley, JA Barnden
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 1 (5), 169-175, 1997
651997
On short-term information-processing in connectionist theories.
JA Barnden
Cognition & Brain Theory, 1984
601984
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
Metaphor and artificial intelligence: Why they matter to each other
JA Barnden
The Cambridge handbook of metaphor and thought, 311-338, 2008
56*2008
Belief ascription, metaphor, and intensional identification
A Ballim, Y Wilks, J Barnden
Cognitive Science 15 (1), 133-171, 1991
481991
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
452012
Diagrammatic short-term information processing by neural mechanisms
JA Barnden
Cognition and Brain Theory 7 (3), 285-328, 1985
451985
Reasoning about mixed metaphors within an implemented artificial intelligence system
MG Lee, JA Barnden
Metaphor and Symbol 16 (1-2), 29-42, 2001
432001
Understanding open-ended usages of familiar conceptual metaphors: An approach and artificial intelligence system
JA Barnden, MG Lee
412001
Neural-net implementation of complex symbol-processing in a mental model approach to syllogistic reasoning
JA Barnden
Computing Research Laboratory, New Mexico State University, 1989
411989
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