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*2009
106EEEdward Yu-Te Shen, Henry Lieberman, Glorianna Davenport: What's next?: emergent storytelling from video collection. CHI 2009: 809-818
105EERachelle Villalon, Henry Lieberman, Larry Sass: Breaking down brick walls: design, construction, and prototype fabrication knowledge in architecture. CHI Extended Abstracts 2009: 4261-4266
104EEDustin Arthur Smith, Henry Lieberman: Recognizing and using goals in event management. CHI Extended Abstracts 2009: 4525-4530
103EERobert Speer, Jayant Krishnamurthy, Catherine Havasi, Dustin Smith, Henry Lieberman, Kenneth Arnold: An interface for targeted collection of common sense knowledge using a mixture model. IUI 2009: 137-146
102EECatherine Havasi, Henry Lieberman, Erik T. Mueller: CSIUI 2009: story understanding and generation for aware and interactive interface design. IUI 2009: 491-492
101EEJason B. Alonso, Catherine Havasi, Henry Lieberman: PerspectiveSpace: Opinion Modeling with Dimensionality Reduction. UMAP 2009: 162-172
2008
100 Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Henry Lieberman, Steffen Staab: Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, January 13-16, 2008, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain ACM 2008
99 Robert Speer, Catherine Havasi, Henry Lieberman: AnalogySpace: Reducing the Dimensionality of Common Sense Knowledge. AAAI 2008: 548-553
98EEKyunghee Kim, Rosalind W. Picard, Henry Lieberman: Common sense assistant for writing stories that teach social skills. CHI Extended Abstracts 2008: 2805-2810
2007
97EEHenry Lieberman: End-User Software Engineering Position Paper. End-User Software Engineering 2007
96EEJúnia Coutinho Anacleto Silva, Muriel de Souza Godoi, Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho, Henry Lieberman: A Common Sense-Based On-Line Assistant for Training Employees. INTERACT (1) 2007: 243-254
95EEEdward Yu-Te Shen, Henry Lieberman, Francis Lam: What am I gonna wear?: scenario-oriented recommendation. IUI 2007: 365-368
94EECatherine Havasi, Henry Lieberman: Common sense and intelligent user interfaces. IUI 2007: 7
93EEH. Chung, Henry Lieberman: Automatically Integrating Heterogeneous Ontologies from Structured Web Pages. Int. J. Semantic Web Inf. Syst. 3(1): 65-95 (2007)
92EEHenry Lieberman, José H. Espinosa: A goal-oriented interface to consumer electronics using planning and commonsense reasoning. Knowl.-Based Syst. 20(6): 592-606 (2007)
91EEHenry Lieberman, Amy Chu: An interface for mutual disambiguation of recognition errors in a multimodal navigational assistant. Multimedia Syst. 12(4-5): 393-402 (2007)
2006
90EEAlexander Faaborg, Henry Lieberman: A goal-oriented web browser. CHI 2006: 751-760
89EERada Mihalcea, Hugo Liu, Henry Lieberman: NLP (Natural Language Processing) for NLP (Natural Language Programming). CICLing 2006: 319-330
88EEHenry Lieberman: The Continuing Quest for Abstraction. ECOOP 2006: 192-197
87EEJúnia Coutinho Anacleto Silva, Henry Lieberman, Aparecido Augusto de Carvalho, Vânia Paula de Almeida Néris, Muriel de Souza Godoi, Marie Tsutsumi, José H. Espinosa, Américo Talarico Neto, Silvia Zem-Mascarenhas: Using Common Sense to Recognize Cultural Differences. IBERAMIA-SBIA 2006: 370-379
86EEJúnia Coutinho Anacleto Silva, Henry Lieberman, Marie Tsutsumi, Vânia Paula de Almeida Néris, Aparecido Augusto de Carvalho, José H. Espinosa, Muriel de Souza Godoi, Silvia Zem-Mascarenhas: Can Common Sense uncover cultural differences in computer applications? IFIP AI 2006: 1-10
85EEHenry Lieberman, José H. Espinosa: A goal-oriented interface to consumer electronics using planning and commonsense reasoning. IUI 2006: 226-233
84EEChia-Hsun Jackie Lee, Leonardo Bonanni, José H. Espinosa, Henry Lieberman, Ted Selker: Augmenting kitchen appliances with a shared context using knowledge about daily events. IUI 2006: 348-350
2005
83EEJae-woo Chung, Rachel Kern, Henry Lieberman: Topic spotting common sense translation assistant. CHI Extended Abstracts 2005: 1280-1283
82EEHugo Liu, Henry Lieberman: Programmatic semantics for natural language interfaces. CHI Extended Abstracts 2005: 1597-1600
81EEHenry Lieberman, Alexander Faaborg, Waseem Daher, José H. Espinosa: How to wreck a nice beach you sing calm incense. IUI 2005: 278-280
80EEHugo Liu, Henry Lieberman: Metafor: visualizing stories as code. IUI 2005: 305-307
79EEJosé H. Espinosa, Henry Lieberman: EventNet: Inferring Temporal Relations Between Commonsense Events. MICAI 2005: 61-69
78EEHenry Lieberman, Ashwani Kumar: Providing Expert Advice by Analogy for On-Line Help. Web Intelligence 2005: 26-32
77 Michael L. Anderson, Thomas Barkowsky, Pauline Berry, Douglas S. Blank, Timothy Chklovski, Pedro Domingos, Marek J. Druzdzel, Christian Freksa, John Gersh, Mary Hegarty, Tze-Yun Leong, Henry Lieberman, Ric K. Lowe, Susann Luperfoy, Rada Mihalcea, Lisa Meeden, David P. Miller, Tim Oates, Robert Popp, Daniel Shapiro, Nathan Schurr, Push Singh, John Yen: Reports on the 2005 AAAI Spring Symposium Series. AI Magazine 26(2): 87-92 (2005)
2004
76EETom Stocky, Alexander Faaborg, Henry Lieberman: A commonsense approach to predictive text entry. CHI Extended Abstracts 2004: 1163-1166
75EEAshwani Kumar, Sharad C. Sundararajan, Henry Lieberman: Common sense investing: bridging the gap between expert and novice. CHI Extended Abstracts 2004: 1167-1170
74EEEarl J. Wagner, Henry Lieberman: Supporting user hypotheses in problem diagnosis. IUI 2004: 30-37
73EEEarl Wagner, Henry Lieberman: Demonstration of agent support for user hypotheses in problem diagnosis. IUI 2004: 368-369
72EEHugo Liu, Henry Lieberman: Toward a Programmatic Semantics of Natural Language. VL/HCC 2004: 281-282
71 Henry Lieberman, Hugo Liu, Push Singh, Barbara Barry: Beating Common Sense into Interactive Applications. AI Magazine 25(4): 63-76 (2004)
2003
70 Dieter Fensel, James A. Hendler, Henry Lieberman, Wolfgang Wahlster: Spinning the Semantic Web: Bringing the World Wide Web to Its Full Potential [outcome of a Dagstuhl seminar] MIT Press 2003
69EEHenry Lieberman, Earl Wagner: End-user tools for debugging e-commerce. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2003: 250-251
68EEHenry Lieberman, Fabio Paternò, Alexander Repenning, Volker Wulf: Perspectives on end user development. CHI Extended Abstracts 2003: 1048-1049
67EEHugo Liu, Ted Selker, Henry Lieberman: Visualizing the affective structure of a text document. CHI Extended Abstracts 2003: 740-741
66EEHugo Liu, Henry Lieberman, Ted Selker: A model of textual affect sensing using real-world knowledge. IUI 2003: 125-132
65EEHenry Lieberman, Earl Wagner: End-user debugging for e-commerce. IUI 2003: 257-259
64EETaly Sharon, Henry Lieberman, Ted Selker: A zero-input interface for leveraging group experience in web browsing. IUI 2003: 290-292
63EEEarl Wagner, Henry Lieberman: An end-user tool for e-commerce debugging. IUI 2003: 331
62 Dieter Fensel, James A. Hendler, Henry Lieberman, Wolfgang Wahlster: Introduction. Spinning the Semantic Web 2003: 1-25
61 Christopher Fry, Mike Plusch, Henry Lieberman: Static and Dynamic Semantics of the Web. Spinning the Semantic Web 2003: 377-401
60EEDieter Fensel, James A. Hendler, Henry Lieberman, Wolfgang Wahlster: Spinning the Semantic Web: bringing the World Wide Web to its full potential. Inf. Res. 9(2): (2003)
2002
59EEHenry Lieberman, Hugo Liu: Adaptive Linking between Text and Photos Using Common Sense Reasoning. AH 2002: 2-11
58EEHugo Liu, Henry Lieberman, Ted Selker: GOOSE: A Goal-Oriented Search Engine with Commonsense. AH 2002: 253-263
57 Henry Lieberman: Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces by Example. CADUI 2002: 1-12
56EEHenry Lieberman: Out of many, one: reliable results from unreliable recognition. CHI Extended Abstracts 2002: 728-729
55EEHenry Lieberman: Les "Spirales de contextes" dans I'interaction homme-machine. IHM 2002: 15
2001
54EESybil Shearin, Henry Lieberman: Intelligent profiling by example. IUI 2001: 145-151
53 Henry Lieberman, Bonnie A. Nardi, David J. Wright: Training Agents to Recognize Text by Example. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 4(1/2): 79-92 (2001)
52EEHenry Lieberman, Christopher Fry: Will software ever work? Commun. ACM 44(3): 122-124 (2001)
51EEHenry Lieberman, Christopher Fry, Louis Weitzman: Exploring the Web with reconnaissance agents. Commun. ACM 44(8): 69-75 (2001)
50EEHenry Lieberman, Elizabeth Rozenweig, Push Singh: Aria: An Agent for Annotating and Retrieving Images. IEEE Computer 34(7): 57-62 (2001)
49EEDoug Riecken, David Benyon, Henry Lieberman: Editorial introduction to IUI 2000 S.I. Knowl.-Based Syst. 14(1-2): 1-2 (2001)
2000
48EEAdriana Santarosa Vivacqua, Henry Lieberman: Agents to assist in finding help. CHI 2000: 65-72
47 Henry Lieberman: 2000 ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces. AI Magazine 21(2): 75-76 (2000)
46EERobert St. Amant, Henry Lieberman, Richard Potter, Luke S. Zettlemoyer: Visual Generalization in Programming by Example. Commun. ACM 43(3): 107-114 (2000)
45EEHenry Lieberman: Programming by Example: Introduction. Commun. ACM 43(3): 72-74 (2000)
44EEHenry Lieberman, Ted Selker: Out of context: Computer systems that adapt to, and learn from, context. IBM Systems Journal 39(3&4): 617- (2000)
1999
43EEHenry Lieberman, Bonnie A. Nardi, David J. Wright: Training Agents to Recognize Text by Example. Agents 1999: 116-122
42EENeil W. Van Dyke, Henry Lieberman, Pattie Maes: Butterfly: A Conversation-Finding Agent for Internet Relay Chat. IUI 1999: 39-41
41EEHenry Lieberman, Neil W. Van Dyke, Adriana Santarosa Vivacqua: Let's Browse: A Collaborative Web Browsing Agent. IUI 1999: 65-68
40EEHenry Lieberman: Intelligent Interface Agents. IUI 1999: 7
39EEHenry Lieberman, Jeffrey Bradshaw, Yolanda Gil, Ted Selker: IUI and Agents for the New Millennium (Panel). IUI 1999: 93-94
38EEHenry Lieberman, Neil W. Van Dyke, Adriana Santarosa Vivacqua: Let's browse: a collaborative browsing agent. Knowl.-Based Syst. 12(8): 427-431 (1999)
1998
37EEHenry Lieberman: Tutorial 1: Intelligent Interface Agents. IUI 1998: 3
36EEHenry Lieberman: Integrating User Interface Agents with Conventional Applications. IUI 1998: 39-46
35 Henry Lieberman: Beyond Information Retrieval: Information Agents at the MIT Media Lab. KI 12(3): 17-23 (1998)
34EEHenry Lieberman: Integrating user interface agents with conventional applications. Knowl.-Based Syst. 11(1): 15-23 (1998)
1997
33 Henry Lieberman: Autonomous Interface Agents. CHI 1997: 67-74
32EELawrence Birnbaum, Eric Horvitz, David Kurlander, Henry Lieberman, Joe Marks, Steven F. Roth: Compelling Intelligent User Interfaces - How Much AI? IUI 1997: 173-175
31 Henry Lieberman: The Debugging Scandal and What to Do About It (Introduction to the Special Section). Commun. ACM 40(4): 26-29 (1997)
30 David Ungar, Henry Lieberman, Christopher Fry: Debugging and the Experience of Immediacy. Commun. ACM 40(4): 38-43 (1997)
1996
29 Henry Lieberman: Intelligent Graphics. Commun. ACM 39(8): 38-48 (1996)
28 Henry Lieberman, David Maulsby: Instructible Agents: Software that Just Keeps Getting Better. IBM Systems Journal 35(3/4): 539-556 (1996)
1995
27EEElizabeth Stoehr, Henry Lieberman: Hearing Aid: Adding Verbal Hints to a Learning Interface. ACM Multimedia 1995: 223-230
26 Henry Lieberman, Christopher Fry: Bridging the Gulf Between Code and Behavior in Programming. CHI 1995: 480-486
25EEChristopher Fry, Henry Lieberman: Programming as driving: unsafe at any speed? CHI 95 Conference Companion 1995: 3-4
24 Henry Lieberman: Letizia: An Agent That Assists Web Browsing. IJCAI (1) 1995: 924-929
23EEHenry Lieberman: The Visual Language of Experts in Graphic Design. VL 1995: 5-12
22EEHenry Lieberman: A demonstrational interface for recording technical procedures by annotation of videotaped examples. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 43(3): 383-417 (1995)
1994
21 Henry Lieberman: A User Interface for Knowledge Acquisition From Video. AAAI 1994: 527-534
20EEHenry Lieberman: Powers of Ten Thousand: Navigating in Large Information Spaces. ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 1994: 15-16
1993
19EEHenry Lieberman: Mondrian: a teachable graphical editor. INTERCHI 1993: 144
18 Henry Lieberman: Graphical Annotation as a Visual Language for Specifying Generalization Relations. VL 1993: 19-24
1992
17 Henry Lieberman: Dominoes and Storyboards: Beyond "Icons on Strings". VL 1992: 65-71
1989
16 Lynn Andrea Stein, Henry Lieberman, David Ungar: A Shared View of Sharing: The Treaty of Orlando. Object-Oriented Concepts, Databases, and Applications 1989: 31-48
1988
15 Henry Lieberman: Toward Intelligent Interfaces for Graphic Design Applications. FGCS 1988: 1073-1080
14 David Ungar, Henry Lieberman, Lynn Andrea Stein, Daniel Halbert: Panel: Treaty of Orlando Revisited. OOPSLA 1988: 357-362
1987
13 Jean Bézivin, Jean-Marie Hullot, Pierre Cointe, Henry Lieberman: ECOOP'87 European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Paris, France, June 15-17, 1987, Proceedings Springer 1987
12EEHenry Lieberman: Reversible Object-Oriented Interpreters. ECOOP 1987: 11-19
1986
11 Henry Lieberman: Using Prototypical Objects to Implement Shared Behavior in Object Oriented Systems. OOPSLA 1986: 214-223
10 Jim Anderson, Nori Suzuki, Alan Borning, Mark Stefik, Dave A. Thomas, Henry Lieberman: The Future of Object-Oriented Languages - Panel. OOPSLA 1986: 507
1985
9EEHenry Lieberman: There's more to menu systems than meets the screen. SIGGRAPH 1985: 181-189
1984
8 Carl Hewitt, Henry Lieberman: Design Issues in Parallel Architectures for Artificial Intelligence. COMPCON 1984: 418-423
7 Henry Lieberman: Steps Toward Better Debugging Tools for Lisp. LISP and Functional Programming 1984: 247-255
6 Henry Lieberman: Seeing What Your Programs are Doing. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 21(4): 311-331 (1984)
1983
5 Henry Lieberman: An Object-Oriented Simulator for the Apiary. AAAI 1983: 241-246
4 Henry Lieberman, Carl Hewitt: A Real-Time Garbage Collector Based on the Lifetimes of Objects. Commun. ACM 26(6): 419-429 (1983)
1981
3 Henry Lieberman: Tinker: Example-Based Programming for Artificial Intelligence. IJCAI 1981: 1060
1980
2 Henry Lieberman, Carl Hewitt: A Session with Tinker: Interleaving Program Testing with Program Writing. LISP Conference 1980: 90-99
1979
1 Carl Hewitt, Giuseppe Attardi, Henry Lieberman: Specifying and Proving Properties of Guardians for Distributed Systems. Semantics of Concurrent Computation 1979: 316-336

Coauthor Index

1Jason B. Alonso [101]
2Robert St. Amant [46]
3Jim Anderson [10]
4Michael L. Anderson [77]
5Kenneth Arnold [103]
6Giuseppe Attardi [1]
7Thomas Barkowsky [77]
8Barbara Barry [71]
9David Benyon (D. R. Benyon) [49]
10Pauline M. Berry (Pauline Berry) [77]
11Jean Bézivin [13]
12Lawrence Birnbaum (Larry Birnbaum) [32]
13Douglas S. Blank [77]
14Leonardo Bonanni [84]
15Alan Borning [10]
16Jeffrey M. Bradshaw (Jeffrey Bradshaw) [39] [100]
17Aparecido Augusto de Carvalho [86] [87]
18Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho [96]
19Timothy Chklovski [77]
20Amy Chu [91]
21H. Chung [93]
22Jae-woo Chung [83]
23Pierre Cointe [13]
24Waseem Daher [81]
25Glorianna Davenport [106]
26Pedro Domingos [77]
27Marek J. Druzdzel [77]
28Neil W. Van Dyke [38] [41] [42]
29José H. Espinosa [79] [81] [84] [85] [86] [87] [92]
30Alexander Faaborg [76] [81] [90]
31Dieter Fensel [60] [62] [70]
32Christian Freksa [77]
33Christopher Fry [25] [26] [30] [51] [52] [61]
34John Gersh [77]
35Yolanda Gil [39]
36Muriel de Souza Godoi [86] [87] [96]
37Daniel Halbert [14]
38Catherine Havasi [94] [99] [101] [102] [103]
39Mary Hegarty [77]
40James A. Hendler (Jim Hendler) [60] [62] [70]
41Carl Hewitt [1] [2] [4] [8]
42Eric Horvitz [32]
43Jean-Marie Hullot [13]
44Rachel Kern [83]
45Kyunghee Kim [98]
46Jayant Krishnamurthy [103]
47Ashwani Kumar [75] [78]
48David Kurlander [32]
49Francis Lam [95]
50Chia-Hsun Jackie Lee [84]
51Tze-Yun Leong [77]
52Hugo Liu [58] [59] [66] [67] [71] [72] [80] [82] [89]
53Ric K. Lowe [77]
54Susann Luperfoy [77]
55Pattie Maes [42]
56Joe Marks [32]
57David Maulsby [28]
58Lisa Meeden [77]
59Rada Mihalcea [77] [89]
60David P. Miller [77]
61Erik T. Mueller [102]
62Bonnie A. Nardi [43] [53]
63Vânia Paula de Almeida Néris [86] [87]
64Américo Talarico Neto [87]
65Tim Oates [77]
66Fabio Paternò [68]
67Rosalind W. Picard [98]
68Mike Plusch [61]
69Robert Popp [77]
70Richard Potter [46]
71Alexander Repenning [68]
72Doug Riecken [49]
73Steven F. Roth [32]
74Elizabeth Rozenweig [50]
75Larry Sass [105]
76Nathan Schurr [77]
77Ted Selker [39] [44] [58] [64] [66] [67] [84]
78Daniel Shapiro [77]
79Taly Sharon [64]
80Sybil Shearin [54]
81Edward Yu-Te Shen [95] [106]
82Júnia Coutinho Anacleto Silva [86] [87] [96]
83Push Singh [50] [71] [77]
84Dustin Smith [103]
85Dustin Arthur Smith [104]
86Robert Speer [99] [103]
87Steffen Staab [100]
88Mark Stefik [10]
89Lynn Andrea Stein [14] [16]
90Tom Stocky [76]
91Elizabeth Stoehr [27]
92Sharad C. Sundararajan [75]
93Nori Suzuki [10]
94Dave A. Thomas [10]
95Marie Tsutsumi [86] [87]
96David Ungar [14] [16] [30]
97Rachelle Villalon [105]
98Adriana Santarosa Vivacqua [38] [41] [48]
99Earl Wagner [63] [65] [69] [73]
100Earl J. Wagner [74]
101Wolfgang Wahlster [60] [62] [70]
102Louis Weitzman [51]
103David J. Wright [43] [53]
104Volker Wulf [68]
105John Yen [77]
106Silvia Zem-Mascarenhas [86] [87]
107Luke S. Zettlemoyer [46]

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