David G. Hays


1982

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2002: Another Score
David G. Hays
20th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics

1979

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Applications
David G. Hays
17th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics

1978

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (February 1978)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (February 1978)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (June 1978)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (June 1978)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1978)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1978)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1978)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1978)

1977

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (February 1977)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (February 1977)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (May 1977)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (May 1977)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1977)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1977)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1977)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1977)

1976

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (February 1976)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (February 1976)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (May 1976)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (May 1976)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1976)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1976)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1976)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1976)

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Machine translation: generalities and guide to action
David G. Hays
Foreign Broadcast Information Service Seminar on Machine Translation

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Conceptual outlines of machine translation: systems and experience
David G. Hays | Jim Mathias
Foreign Broadcast Information Service Seminar on Machine Translation

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FBIS Seminar on Machine Translation

American Journal of Computational Linguistics (May 1976)

1975

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (April 1975)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (April 1975)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (July 1975)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (July 1975)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1975)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1975)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (November 1975)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (November 1975)

1974

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1974)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1974)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1974)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1974)

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American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1974)
David G. Hays
American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1974)

1963

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Connectability calculations, syntactic functions, and Russian syntax
David G. Hays
Proceedings of the Annual meeting of the Association for Machine Translation and Computational Linguistics

A program for sentence-structure determination can be divided into routines for analysis of word order and for testing the grammatical connectability of pairs of sentence members. The present paper describes a connectability-test routine that uses the technique called code matching. This technique requires elaborate descriptions of individual items, say the words or morphemes listed in a dictionary, but it avoids the use of large tables or complicated programs for testing connectability. Development of the technique also leads to a certain clarification of the linguistic concepts of function, exocentrism, and homography. In the present paper, a format for the description of Russian items is offered and a program for testing the connectability of pairs of Russian items is sketched. This system recognizes nine dominative functions: subjective; first, second, and third complementary; first, second, and third auxiliary; modifying; and predicative. The nature of a program for testing connectability with respect to coordinative functions (coordination, apposition, etc.) is suggested.

1962

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An Introduction to Computational Procedures in Linguistic Research
David G. Hays
Automatic Translation of Languages NATO Summer School

1961

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On the value of dependency connections
David G. Hays
Proceedings of the International Conference on Machine Translation and Applied Language Analysis

1960

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Linguistic Research at the RAND Corporation
David G. Hays
Proceedings of the National Symposium on Machine Translation

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Discussants
A. F. R. Brown | Anthony G. Oettinger | Vincent Giuliano | Erwin Reifler | David G. Hays | Ida Rhodes | Harry H. Josselson | Don R. Swanson | Gilbert King | Stanley N. Werbow | Sydney M. Lamb | Victor H. Yngve | Ariadne Lukjanow | Michael Zarechnak
Proceedings of the National Symposium on Machine Translation

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Grouping and Dependency Theories
David G. Hays
Proceedings of the National Symposium on Machine Translation