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*2009
53EEGlenn V. Nickens, Ethan J. Tira-Thompson, Thorna Humphries, David S. Touretzky: An inexpensive hand-eye system for undergraduate robotics instruction. SIGCSE 2009: 423-427
2008
52EEAndrew B. Williams, David S. Touretzky, Ethan J. Tira-Thompson, LaVonne Manning, Chutima Boonthum, Clement S. Allen: Introducing an experimental cognitive robotics curriculum at historically black colleges and universities. SIGCSE 2008: 498-502
2007
51EEDavid S. Touretzky, Neil S. Halelamien, Ethan J. Tira-Thompson, Jordan J. Wales, Kei Usui: Dual-coding representations for robot vision programming in Tekkotsu. Auton. Robots 22(4): 425-435 (2007)
50EEMark C. Fuhs, David S. Touretzky: Context Learning in the Rodent Hippocampus. Neural Computation 19(12): 3173-3215 (2007)
2006
49EENathaniel D. Daw, Aaron C. Courville, David S. Touretzky: Representation and Timing in Theories of the Dopamine System. Neural Computation 18(7): 1637-1677 (2006)
48EEDavid S. Touretzky, Robert U. Muller: Place field dissociation and multiple maps in hippocampus. Neurocomputing 69(10-12): 1260-1263 (2006)
2005
47 David S. Touretzky, Ethan J. Tira-Thompson: Tekkotsu: A Framework for AIBO Cognitive Robotics. AAAI 2005: 1741-1742
46EEDavid S. Touretzky: Path integrator contributions to hippocampal map formation. Neurocomputing 65-66: 291-296 (2005)
2004
45EEEthan J. Tira-Thompson, Neil S. Halelamien, Jordan J. Wales, David S. Touretzky: Tekkotsu: Cognitive Robotics on the Sony AIBO. ICCM 2004
44EEAaron C. Courville, Nathaniel D. Daw, David S. Touretzky: Similarity and Discrimination in Classical Conditioning: A Latent Variable Account. NIPS 2004
2003
43EEAaron C. Courville, Nathaniel D. Daw, Geoffrey J. Gordon, David S. Touretzky: Model Uncertainty in Classical Conditioning. NIPS 2003
2002
42EENathaniel D. Daw, Aaron C. Courville, David S. Touretzky: Timing and Partial Observability in the Dopamine System. NIPS 2002: 83-90
41EENathaniel D. Daw, David S. Touretzky: Long-Term Reward Prediction in TD Models of the Dopamine System. Neural Computation 14(11): 2567-2583 (2002)
2001
40EEAaron C. Courville, David S. Touretzky: Modeling Temporal Structure in Classical Conditioning. NIPS 2001: 3-10
39EEDavid S. Touretzky: Free speech rights for programmers. Commun. ACM 44(8): 23-25 (2001)
38EENathaniel D. Daw, David S. Touretzky: Operant behavior suggests attentional gating of dopamine system inputs. Neurocomputing 38-40: 1161-1167 (2001)
2000
37EEMark C. Fuhs, David S. Touretzky: Synaptic learning models of map separation in the hippocampus. Neurocomputing 32-33: 379-384 (2000)
36EENathaniel D. Daw, David S. Touretzky: Behavioral considerations suggest an average reward TD model of the dopamine system. Neurocomputing 32-33: 679-684 (2000)
1999
35EEJeremy P. Goodridge, A. David Redish, David S. Touretzky: A model of the rodent head direction system that accounts for unique properties of anterior thalamic head direction cells. Neurocomputing 26-27: 705-711 (1999)
1998
34 A. David Redish, David S. Touretzky: The Role of the Hippocampus in Solving the Morris Water Maze. Neural Computation 10(1): 73-112 (1998)
1997
33EERichard D. Romero, David S. Touretzky, Robert H. Thibadeau: Optical Chinese character recognition using probabilistic neural networks. Pattern Recognition 30(7): 1279-1292 (1997)
32EELisa M. Saksida, Scott M. Raymond, David S. Touretzky: Shaping robot behavior using principles from instrumental conditioning. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 22(3-4): 231-249 (1997)
1996
31 David S. Touretzky, Michael Mozer, Michael E. Hasselmo: Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 8, NIPS, Denver, CO, November 27-30, 1995 MIT Press 1996
1995
30 Gerald Tesauro, David S. Touretzky, Todd K. Leen: Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 7, [NIPS Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, 1994] MIT Press 1995
29EEA. David Redish, David S. Touretzky: Modeling Interactions of the Rat's Place and Head Direction Systems. NIPS 1995: 61-67
1994
28 Prahlad Gupta, David S. Touretzky: Connectionist Models and Linguistic Theory: Investigations of Stress Systems in Language. Cognitive Science 18(1): 1-50 (1994)
27 David S. Touretzky, Dean Pomerleau: Reconstructing Physical Symbol Systems. Cognitive Science 18(2): 345-353 (1994)
1993
26 David S. Touretzky: Matthew Zeidenberg, Neural Networks in Artificial Intelligence. Artif. Intell. 62(1): 163-164 (1993)
25EEDavid S. Touretzky, A. David Redish, Hank S. Wan: Neural Representation of Space Using Sinusoidal Arrays. Neural Computation 5(6): 869-884 (1993)
1992
24 David S. Touretzky, Peter Lee: Visualizing Evaluation in Applicative Languages. Commun. ACM 35(10): 49-59 (1992)
1991
23 Richard Lippmann, John E. Moody, David S. Touretzky: Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 3, [NIPS Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, November 26-29, 1990] Morgan Kaufmann 1991
22 David S. Touretzky, Richmond H. Thomason, John F. Horty: A Skeptic's Menagerie: Conflictors, Preemptors, Reinstaters, and Zombies in Nonrnonotonic Inheritance. IJCAI 1991: 478-485
21EEPrahlad Gupta, David S. Touretzky: A Connectionist Learning Approach to Analyzing Linguistic Stress. NIPS 1991: 225-232
20 David S. Touretzky: Introduction. Machine Learning 7: 105-107 (1991)
1990
19 David S. Touretzky: Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 2, [NIPS Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, November 27-30, 1989] Morgan Kaufmann 1990
18EEDavid S. Touretzky, Deirdre W. Wheeler: Exploiting Syllable Structure in a Connectionist Phonology Model. NIPS 1990: 612-618
17 John F. Horty, Richmond H. Thomason, David S. Touretzky: A Skeptical Theory of Inheritance in Nonmonotonic Semantic Networks. Artif. Intell. 42(2-3): 311-348 (1990)
16 David S. Touretzky: BoltzCONS: Dynamic Symbol Structures in a Connectionist Network. Artif. Intell. 46(1-2): 5-46 (1990)
1989
15 David S. Touretzky: Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 1, [NIPS Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, 1988] Morgan Kaufmann 1989
14EEDavid S. Touretzky, Deirdre W. Wheeler: A Computational Basis for Phonology. NIPS 1989: 372-379
13EEDavid S. Touretzky, Gillette Elvgreen III: Rule Representations in a Connectionist Chunker. NIPS 1989: 431-438
1988
12 David S. Touretzky, Richmond H. Thomason: Nonmonotonic Inheritance and Generic Reflexives. AAAI 1988: 433-438
11EEDavid S. Touretzky: Analyzing the Energy Landscapes of Distributed Winner-Take-All Networks. NIPS 1988: 626-633
10 David S. Touretzky, Geoffrey E. Hinton: A Distributed Connectionist Production System. Cognitive Science 12(3): 423-466 (1988)
1987
9 John F. Horty, Richmond H. Thomason, David S. Touretzky: A Skeptical Theory of Inheritance in Nonmonotonic Semantic Networks. AAAI 1987: 358-363
8 David S. Touretzky, Mark Derthick: Symbol Structures in Connectionist Networks: Five Properties and Two Architectures. COMPCON 1987: 30-34
7 David S. Touretzky, John F. Horty, Richmond H. Thomason: A Clash of Intuitions: The Current State of Nonmonotonic Multiple Inheritance Systems. IJCAI 1987: 476-482
6 Richmond H. Thomason, John F. Horty, David S. Touretzky: A Calculus for Inheritance in Monotonic Semantic Nets. ISMIS 1987: 280-287
5EERonald Rosenfeld, David S. Touretzky: Scaling Properties of Coarse-Coded Symbol Memories. NIPS 1987: 652-661
1986
4 David S. Touretzky: The Mathematics of Inheritance Systems Morgan Kaufmann 1986
1985
3 David S. Touretzky, Geoffrey E. Hinton: Symbols Among the Neurons: Details of a Connectionist Inference Architecture. IJCAI 1985: 238-243
1984
2 David S. Touretzky: Implicit Ordering of Defaults in Inheritance Systems. AAAI 1984: 322-325
1981
1 Scott E. Fahlman, David S. Touretzky, Walter van Roggen: Cancellation in a Parallel Semantic Network. IJCAI 1981: 257-263

Coauthor Index

1Clement S. Allen [52]
2Chutima Boonthum [52]
3Aaron C. Courville [40] [42] [43] [44] [49]
4Nathaniel D. Daw [36] [38] [41] [42] [43] [44] [49]
5Mark Derthick [8]
6Gillette Elvgreen III [13]
7Scott E. Fahlman [1]
8Mark C. Fuhs [37] [50]
9Jeremy P. Goodridge [35]
10Geoffrey J. Gordon [43]
11Prahlad Gupta [21] [28]
12Neil S. Halelamien [45] [51]
13Michael E. Hasselmo [31]
14Geoffrey E. Hinton [3] [10]
15John F. Horty [6] [7] [9] [17] [22]
16Thorna Humphries [53]
17Peter Lee [24]
18Todd K. Leen [30]
19Richard Lippmann [23]
20LaVonne Manning [52]
21John E. Moody [23]
22Michael C. Mozer (Michael Mozer) [31]
23Robert U. Muller [48]
24Glenn V. Nickens [53]
25Dean Pomerleau [27]
26Scott M. Raymond [32]
27A. David Redish [25] [29] [34] [35]
28Walter van Roggen [1]
29Richard D. Romero [33]
30Ronald Rosenfeld (Roni Rosenfeld) [5]
31Lisa M. Saksida [32]
32Gerald Tesauro [30]
33Robert H. Thibadeau [33]
34Richmond H. Thomason [6] [7] [9] [12] [17] [22]
35Ethan J. Tira-Thompson [45] [47] [51] [52] [53]
36Kei Usui [51]
37Jordan J. Wales [45] [51]
38Hank S. Wan [25]
39Deirdre W. Wheeler [14] [18]
40Andrew B. Williams [52]

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