Volume 27, Number 1, January 1993
: A microworld approach to the formalization of musical knowledge.
Volume 27, Number 2, March 1993
Volume 27, Number 3, May 1993
Volume 27, Number 4, July 1993
: An infinite-order solution to the Eddington problem or getting monkeys to type Shakespeare.
Paul D. Nixon
: Project report: the use of pilot to teach information technology concepts.
Volume 27, Numbers 5-6, September 1993
: Signs, symbols and discourses: A new direction for computer-aided literature studies.
: The surface of language and humanities computing.
: Have it your way and mine: The theory of styles.
Stephen Naoyuki Matsuba
: Finding the range: Linguistic analysis and its role in computer-assisted literary study.
: Literary texts and the state of the language: The role of the computer.
: Towards the implementation of text and discourse theory in computer-assisted textual analysis.
Joel D. Goldfield
: An argument for single-author and similar studies using quantitative methods: Is there safety in numbers?
: Critical theory and textual computing: Comments and suggestions.