Journal: Minds and Machines

Volume 2, Issue 4

325 -- 327Lelio Camilleri. Preface
329 -- 344James Kippen. Where does the end begin? Problems in musico-cognitive modeling
345 -- 363Marc Leman. The theory of tone semantics: Concept, foundation, and application
365 -- 377Lelio Camilleri. On music perception and cognition: Modularity, structure, and processing
379 -- 400Catherine Stevens, Cyril Latimer. A comparison of connectionist models of music recognition and human performance
401 -- 426Eero Tarasti. A narrative grammar of Chopin's G minor Ballade

Volume 2, Issue 3

217 -- 238Patrick Hayes, Stevan Harnad, Donald Perlis, Ned Block. Virtual Symposium on Virtual Mind
239 -- 265Susan L. Epstein. The role of memory and concepts in learning
267 -- 282H. Altay G├╝venir, Varol Akman. Problem representation for refinement
283 -- 307David A. Nelson. Deductive program verification (a practitioner's commentary)
309 -- 321Valerie Shafer, Alexander Nakhimovsky, Robin Cohen, Mary Galbraith. Book reviews

Volume 2, Issue 2

113 -- 144John L. Pollock. New foundations for practical reasoning
145 -- 174Marcelo Dascal. Why does language matter to artificial intelligence?
175 -- 183Fred Adams, Kenneth Aizawa. "X" means X: Semantics Fodor-style
185 -- 201Keith J. Devlin. Infons as mathematical objects
203 -- 215Michael E. Bratman, Brian Harvey, Vincent Wan, Alice ter Meulen. Book reviews

Volume 2, Issue 1

1 -- 16Michael E. Bratman. Planning and the stability of intention
17 -- 26George Smith. Strategies, scheduling effects, and the stability of intentions
27 -- 49John Pais. Faithful representation of nonmonotonic patterns of inference
51 -- 70Hector Geffner. High-probabilities, model-preference and default arguments
71 -- 83Stanley P. Franklin, Max H. Garzon. On stability and solvability (or, when does a neural network solve a problem?)
85 -- 95Michael Morris. Beyond interpretation: Reply to Cummins' response
97 -- 107Graeme Forbes, William G. Lycan, Martha E. Pollack, Douglas E. Appelt. Book reviews