Volume 28, Number 1, January 1994
, David Hunter
: μ-EYEBALL: An interactive system for producing stylistic descriptions and comparisons.
: The computer in literary analysis: Using TACT with students.
: A database for linguists: Intelligent querying and increase of data.
Volume 28, Number 2, April 1994
M. W. A. Smith
: A relational database for the study and quantification of tempo directions in music.
: Teaching electronic communication skills to graduate students.
Volume 28, Number 3, May 1994
, Luomai Xu
: A full and efficient machine tractable dictionary for natural language processing: A revised version of the CUVOALD.
Stephanie W. Haas
: Quotations in scholarly text: Converting existing documents to hypertext.
Volume 28, Numbers 4-5, July 1994
Ana Beatriz Chiquito
: Metacognitive learning techniques in the user interface: Advance organizers and captioning.
: Exploiting structural similarities in machine translation.
: Multi-dimensional texts in a one-dimensional medium.
: ICAME-Quo Vadis? Reflections on the use of computer corpora in linguistics.
: E-parser: An implementation of a deterministic GB-related parsing system.
: Why isn't Norway world champion in historical informatics?
Signe Marie Sanne
: The implementation of grammar in a hypermedia system for language learning.
Volume 28, Number 6, November 1994
, René Quris
: Computer enhanced assessment of case-notes in studies of psychopathology: The example of an autistic subject.
Jon W. LaCure
: A computer study of systematic sound symbolism in classical Japanese verse.
: NETMET: A program for generating and interpreting metaphors.
: Actors: Computing dramatic characters that are on stage simultaneously.