Selected Publications


 

Edited Collections

  1. Bill Manaris and Penousal Machado, (eds.), International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools, special issue on Artificial Intelligence in Music and Art, (in progress).

  2. Bill Manaris (ed.) (2003). Computer Science Education Journal 3(13), special issue on Human-Computer Interaction, Sep. 2003.

  3. Bill Manaris and Jim Etheredge, (eds.) (2001). International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools 10(2), special issue on FLAIRS-2000, Mar. 2001.

  4. Bill Manaris, (ed.) Proceedings of ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE '99), Krakow, Poland, Jun. 27 – Jul. 1, 1999.

  5. Bill Manaris and Pierre Marquis, (eds.) International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools 6(4), special issue on ICTAI’96, Dec. 1997.

  6. Bill Manaris and Brian Slator, (eds.) IEEE Computer 29(7), special issue on Interactive Natural Language Processing,  Jul. 1996.

 

Book Chapter

  1. Bill Manaris, “Natural Language Processing: A Human-Computer Interaction Perspective,” In Advances in Computers (Marvin V. Zelkowitz, ed.), vol. 47, pp. 1-66, Academic Press, New York, 1998.

  

Journal Publications

  1. Bill Manaris, Juan Romero, Penousal Machado, Dwight Krehbiel, Timothy Hirzel, Walter Pharr, and Robert B. Davis. 2004. "Zipf’s Law, Music Classification and Aesthetics."  Computer Music Journal (to appear).

  2. Bill Manaris, Valanne MacGyvers, and Michail Lagoudakis, “A Listening Keyboard for Users with Motor Impairments—A Usability Study, ” International Journal of Speech Technology 5(4), Dec. 2002, pp. 371-388.

  3. Renée McCauley and Bill Manaris. “An Information Resource for Computer Science Educators,” SIGCSE Bulletin 32(2), Jun. 2000, pp. 25-29.

  4. Renée McCauley, Ursula Jackson and Bill Manaris.  “Establishing an Early Foundation in Software Engineering – Framework, Experiences and Results,” The Journal of Software Engineering Education 88(4), pp. 403-408, Oct. 1999.

  5. Bill Manaris and Brian Slator, “Interactive Natural Language Processing – Building on Success,”  IEEE Computer 29(7), pp. 28-32, Jul. 1996.

  6. Bill Manaris, “An Engineering Environment for Natural Language Interfaces,” International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools 3(4), pp. 557-579, Dec. 1994.

  7. Bill Manaris and Wayne Dominick, “NALIGE: A User Interface Management System for the Development of Natural Language Interfaces,” International Journal of Man–Machine Studies 38(6), pp. 891-921, Jun. 1993.

 

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Penousal Machado, Juan Romero, María Luisa Santos, Amílcar Cardoso, Bill Manaris, “Adaptive Critics for Evolutionary Artists,” EvoMUSART2004 – 2nd European Workshop on Evolutionary Music and Art, Coimbra, Portugal, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Applications of Evolutionary Computing, LNCS 3005, Springer-Verlag, Apr. 2004, pp. 437-446.

  2. Penousal Machado, Juan Romero, Bill Manaris, Antonino Santos, and Amílcar Cardoso, “Power to the Critics - A Framework for the Development of Artificial Critics,” in Proceedings of 3rd Workshop on Creative Systems, 18th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2003), Acapulco, Mexico, Aug. 2003, pp. 55-64.

  3. Bill Manaris, Dallas Vaughan, Christopher Wagner, Juan Romero, and Robert B. Davis, “Evolutionary Music and the Zipf–Mandelbrot Law: Progress towards Developing Fitness Functions for Pleasant Music,” EvoMUSART2003 – 1st European Workshop on Evolutionary Music and Art, Essex, UK, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Applications of Evolutionary Computing, LNCS 2611, Springer-Verlag, Apr. 2003, pp. 522-534.

  4. Renée McCauley and Bill Manaris, “Computer Science Education at the Start of the 21st Century - A Survey of Accredited Programs”, Proceedings of the 2002 Frontiers in Education Conference, Boston, MA, Nov. 2002, pp. F2G10-F2G15.

  5. Bill Manaris, Tarsem Purewal, and Charles McCormick, “Progress Towards Recognizing and Classifying Beautiful Music with Computers—MIDI-Encoded Music and the Zipf-Mandelbrot Law,” Proceedings of the IEEE SoutheastCon 2002, Columbia, SC, Apr. 2002, pp. 52-57.

  6.  Bill Manaris, Renée McCauley, and Valanne MacGyvers, “An Intelligent Interface for Keyboard and Mouse Control--Providing Full Access to PC Functionality via Speech,” Proceedings of 14th International Florida AI Research Symposium (FLAIRS-01), Key West, FL, May 2001, pp. 182-188.

  7. Renée McCauley and Bill Manaris. “Computer Science Education:  An Information Resource for Curriculum Development and Program Enhancement,” in The Proceedings of the 30th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE’2000), Kansas City, MO, October 2000, pp. T4A19- TA424.

  8. Bill Manaris, Valanne MacGyvers, and Michail Lagoudakis, “Speech Input for Mobile Computing Devices,” Proceedings of 12th International Florida AI Research Symposium (FLAIRS-99), Orlando, FL, May 1999, pp. 286-292.

  9. Bill Manaris and Alan Harkreader, “SUITEKeys: A Speech Understanding Interface for the Motor-Control Challenged,” Proceedings of The Third International ACM Conference on Assistive Technologies (ASSETS ’98), Marina del Ray, April 1998, pp. 108-115.

  10. Renée McCauley and Bill Manaris, “Computer Science Degree Programs: What Do They Look Like?” Proceedings of the 29th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE-98), Atlanta, GA, February 1998, pp. 15-19.

  11. Bill Manaris and Alan Harkreader, “SUITE: Speech Understanding Interface Tools and Environments,” Proceedings of Tenth International Florida AI Research Symposium (FLAIRS-97), Daytona Beach, FL, May 1997, pp. 247-252.

  12. Ursula Jackson, Bill Manaris, and Renée McCauley, “Strategies for Effective Integration of Software Engineering Concepts and Techniques into the Undergraduate Computer Science Curriculum,” Proceedings of the 28th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE-97), San Jose, CA, Feb. 1997, pp. 360-364.

  13. Renée McCauley and Bill Manaris, “Report on the 1996 Survey of Departments Offering CSAC/CSAB - Accredited Computer Science Degree Programs,” Proceedings of the 28th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE-97), San Jose, CA, pp. 301-305, Feb. 1997.

  14. Ingrid Russell and Bill Manaris, “An AI Repository as a Course Development Resource,” Proceedings of the 1996 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference, Washington, DC, Jun. 1996.

  15. Bill Manaris and Ingrid Russell, “Pedagogic Resources for Artificial Intelligence in the Undergraduate Computer Science Curriculum,” Florida AI Research Symposium (FLAIRS’96), Key West, FL, May 1996, pp. 468-472.

  16.  Renée McCauley, Ursula Jackson and Bill Manaris, “Documentation Standards in the Undergraduate Computer Science Curriculum,” Proceedings of the 27th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE’96), Philadelphia, PA, Feb. 1996, pp. 242-246.

  17. Bill Manaris, Robert Glanville, and Timothy Gillis, “Developing Natural Language Interfaces with NALIGE,” Proceedings of IEEE 6th International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, New Orleans, LA, pp. 260-266, Nov. 6-9, 1994.

  18. Bill Manaris and Chris Jones, “Internet Navigation and Resource Location: The Future is Here,” Proceedings of ASCUE Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC, pp. 128-137, Jun. 12-16, 1994.

  19. Renée McCauley, William Edwards, and Bill Manaris, “A Pedagogical Tool for the Logic Programming Paradigm,” Proceedings of ACM Southeast Conference, Tuscaloosa, AL, pp. 305-312, Mar. 1994.

  20. Bill Manaris and Jason Pritchard, “Constructing Natural Language Interface Applications to Operating Systems,” Proceedings of the ACM 21st Annual Computer Science Conference, Indianapolis, IN, pp. 425-432, Feb. 1993.

  21. Gerald Rambally and Bill Manaris, “A Natural Language Interface for the VAX/VMS Operating System,” Proceedings of IEEE Southeastcon Conference, Tampa, FL, pp. 511-515, Apr. 1987.

 

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