1. Books published

  1. Richards, B., Bethke, I. and van der Does, J. and Oberlander, J. [1989] Temporal Representation and Inference. London: Academic Press.

    2. Articles published as sole author

  2. Oberlander, J. [1996] Grice for graphics: pragmatic implicature in network diagrams. Information Design Journal, 8, 163-179. Preprint [pdf] available
  3. Oberlander, J. [1998] Abstraction and individual style in syllogistic and heterogeneous reasoning. Kognitionswissenschaft, 7, 33-38.
  4. Oberlander, J. [1998] Do the right thing ...but expect the unexpected. Computational Linguistics, 24(3), 501-507. Online [pdf] available
  5. Oberlander, J. [2004] On the reduction of discourse topic. Theoretical Linguistics, 30, 213--225. Non-final preprint [pdf] available.

    3. Joint articles published - journal

  6. Androutsopoulos, I., Oberlander, J. and Karkaletsis, V. [2006] Source authoring for multilingual generation of personalised object descriptions. Natural Language Engineering, 13, 191-233. Online [pdf] available.
  7. Cox, R., Stenning, K. & Oberlander, J. [1995] The effect of graphical and sentential logic teaching upon external representation selection. Japanese Journal of Cognitive Science, 2, 56-75.
  8. Dale, R., Oberlander, J., Milosavljevic, M., and Knott, A. [1998] Integrating natural language generation with hypertext to produce dynamic documents. Interacting with Computers, 11(2), 109-135.
  9. Delin, J. and Oberlander, J. [1995] Syntactic constraints on discourse structure: the case of it-clefts. Linguistics, 33, 465-500.
  10. Foster, M.E. and Oberlander, J. [2007] Corpus-based generation of head and eyebrow motion for an embodied conversational agent. International Journal of Language Resources and Evaluation, 41, 305-323. Official online DOI [pdf] available.
  11. Foster, M.E. and Oberlander, J. [2010] User preferences can drive facial expressions: Evaluating an embodied conversational agent in a recommender dialogue system. User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction, 20, 341--381. Online [pdf] via Springer available.
  12. Garrod, S., Fay, N., Lee, J., Oberlander, J. and McLeod, T. [2007] Foundations of representation: Where do graphical symbols come from?. Cognitive Science, 31, 961-987. Online [pdf] available.
  13. Gill, A., Oberlander, J. and Austin, E. [2006] Rating e-mail personality at zero acquaintance. Personality and Individual Differences, 40, 497--507.
  14. Good, J. and Oberlander, J. [2002] Verbal effects of visual programs: information type, structure and error in program summaries. Document Design, 3, 120--134.
  15. Hitzeman, J., Mellish, C. and Oberlander, J. [1997] Dynamic generation of museum web pages: the intelligent labelling explorer. Archives and Museum Informatics, 11, 107-115. Preprint [gzip'd ps] available
  16. Isard, A., Oberlander, J., Androutsopoulos, I. and Matheson, C. [2003] Speaking the users' languages. IEEE Intelligent Systems, 18, 40--45.
  17. Karamanis, N., Poesio, M., Mellish, C. and Oberlander, J. [2009] Evaluating centering for information ordering using corpora. Computational Linguistics, 35, 29--46. Online [pdf] available.
  18. Knott, A., Sanders, T. and Oberlander, J. [2001] Levels of representation in discourse relations. Cognitive Linguistics, 12, 317--332. Online [pdf] available.
  19. Lascarides, A. and Oberlander, J. [1993] Temporal coherence and defeasible knowledge. Theoretical Linguistics, 19, 1-37.
  20. Milosavljevic, M. and Oberlander, J. [1998] Dynamic catalogues on the WWW. Computer Networks and ISDN Systems, 30, 666-668.
  21. Oberlander, J. and Brew, C. [2000] Stochastic text generation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A, 358, 1373--1385. Preprint [pdf] available.
  22. Oberlander, J. and Delin, J. [1996] The function and intepretation of reverse wh-clefts in spoken discourse. Language and Speech, 39, 185-227.
  23. Oberlander, J. and Gill, A.J. [2006] Language with character: A stratified corpus comparison of individual differences in e-mail communication. Discourse Processes, 42, 239--270. Online [pdf] available.
  24. Oberlander, J., Monaghan, P., Cox, R., Stenning, K. and Tobin, R. [1999] Unnatural language processing: an empirical study of multimodal proof styles. Journal of Logic, Language and Information, 8, 363-384. Preprint [ps] available.
  25. Oberlander, J. and Moore, J. D. [2001] Discourse cues: further evidence for the core:contributor distinction. Cognitive Linguistics, 12, 317--332. Online [pdf] available.
  26. Oberlander, J., O'Donnell, M., Knott, A. and Mellish, C. [1998] Conversation in the museum: experiments in dynamic hypermedia with the intelligent labelling explorer. New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, 4, 11-32. Preprint [ps] available.
  27. O'Donnell, M., Mellish, C., Oberlander, J. and Knott, A. [2001] ILEX: An architecture for a dynamic hypertext generation system. Natural Language Engineering, 7, 225--250. Preprint [pdf] available.
  28. Robertson, J. and Oberlander, J. [2002] Ghostwriter: Educational drama and presence in a virtual environment. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 8(1). Online [html] only.
  29. Stenning, K. and Oberlander, J. [1995] A cognitive theory of graphical and linguistic reasoning: logic and implementation. Cognitive Science, 19, 97-140. Preprint [ps] available
  30. Stevenson, R., Knott, A., Oberlander, J. and McDonald, S. [2000] Interpreting pronouns and connectives: interactions among focusing, thematic roles and coherence relations. Language and Cognitive Processes, 15, 225--262.
  31. Theisen, C.A., Oberlander, J., and Kirby, S. [2010] Systematicity and arbitrariness in novel communication systems. Interaction Studies, 11, 14-32. Preprint [pdf] available.

    4. Joint articles published - conference

  32. Alex, B., Grover, C., Oberlander, J., Zhou, K. and Hinrichs, U. [2015] Palimpsest: Improving Assisted Curation of Loco-specific Literature. In Proceedings of Digital Humanities 2015, 2-3 July, Sydney, Australia. Online [pdf] available.
  33. Alex, B., Llewellyn, C.A., Grover, C., Oberlander, J. and Tobin, R. [2016] Homing in on Twitter users: Evaluating an enhanced geoparser for user profile locations. In Proceedings of 10th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, 23-28 May 2016, Portoroz, Slovenia. Online [pdf] available.
  34. Amitay, E. and Oberlander, J. [1997] Convention Says .... In Proceedings of the Flexible Hypertext Workshop, pp4-7. Southampton, April 1997. Document [html] available
  35. Androutsopoulos, I., Kokkinaki, V., Dimitromanolaki, A., Calder, J., Oberlander, J. and Not, E. [2001] Generating multilingual personalized descriptions of museum exhibits: the M-PIRO project. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Gotland, Sweden, April 25--29, 2001. Preprint [pdf] available.
  36. Betts, T., Milosavljevic, M. and Oberlander, J. [2007] The utility of information extraction in the classification of books. In Proceedings of the 29th European Conference on Information Retrieval, pp295-306, Rome, Italy, April 2-5, 2007. Online [pdf] available.
  37. Brockmann, C., Isard, A., Oberlander, J. and White, M. [2005] Modelling alignment for affective dialogue. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Adapting the Interaction Style to Affective Factors at the 10th International Conference on User Modeling (UM-05), Edinburgh, UK.
  38. Byron, D., Koller, A., Striegnitz, K., Cassell, J., Dale, R., Moore, J. and Oberlander, J. [2009] Report on the First NLG Challenge on Generating Instructions in Virtual Environments (GIVE). In Proceedings of the 12th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, Athens, March 2009. Online [pdf] available.
  39. Cox, R., O'Donnell, M. and Oberlander, J. [1999] Dynamic versus static hypermedia in museum education: an evaluation of ILEX, the intelligent labelling explorer. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Education, pp181--188. Le Mans, France, 1999. Preprint [ps] available.
  40. Cox, R., Stenning, K. and Oberlander, J. [1994] Graphical effects in learning logic: reasoning, representation and individual differences. In Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp237-242, Georgia, USA, August 1994. Preprint [ps] available.
  41. Dale, R., Milosavljevic, M., and Oberlander, J. [1997] The Web as dialogue: the role of natural language generation in hypertext. Presented at the AAAI Spring Symposium on Natural Language Processing and the Web. Stanford, Ca., March 1997.
  42. Dalzel-Job, S., Nicol, C. and Oberlander, J. [2008] Comparing behavioural and self-report measures of engagement with an embodied conversational agent: A first report on eye tracking in Second Life. In Proceedings of the 2008 Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications (ETRA 2008), pp83-85. Savannah, GA, March 26-28 2008. Online [pdf] via ACM available.
  43. Dalzel-Job, S., Oberlander, J. and Smith, T.J. [2011] Avatars, agency and mutual gaze: Effects on eye contact, task performance and perceived social presence. In Abstracts of the 16th European Conference on Eye Movements, p103. Marseilles, Aug 21-25, 2011. Online [pdf] available.
  44. Dalzel-Job, S., Oberlander, J. and Smith, T.J. [2011] Contested Staring: Issues in the use of mutual gaze as an on-line measure of social presence. In Proceedings of International Society for Presence Research Annual Conference 2011. Edinburgh, Oct 26-28, 2011. Online [pdf] available.
  45. Dalzel-Job, S., Oberlander, J. and Smith, T.J. [2011] Don't look now: The relationship between mutual gaze, task performance and staring in Second Life. In Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp832--837. Boston, July 20-23, 2011. Online [pdf] available.
  46. Delin, J. and Oberlander, J. [1991] Clefts, aspectual class, and the structure of discourse. Presented at the AAAI Fall Symposium on Discourse Structure in Natural Language Understanding and Generation, Asilomar, Ca., November 15th-17th, 1991.
  47. Delin, J. and Oberlander, J. [1992] Aspect-switching and subordination: the role of it-clefts in discourse. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING92), pp281-287, Nantes, France, July 23rd-28th, 1992.
  48. Fay, N., Garrod, S., Lee, J. and Oberlander, J. [2003] Understanding interactive graphical communication. In Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp384--389. Boston, July 31-August 2, 2003.
  49. Fay, N., Garrod, S., MacLeod, T., Lee, J. and Oberlander, J. [2004] Design, adaptation and convention: The emergence of higher order graphical representations. In Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp363--368. Chicago, 2004. Preprint [pdf] available.
  50. Foster, M.E.,  Bard, E.G., Hill, R.L., Guhe, M., Oberlander, J. and Knoll, A. [2008] The roles of haptic-ostensive referring expressions in cooperative, task-based human-robot dialogue. In Proceedings of the 3rd ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, pp295-302. Amsterdam, March 12-15, 2008. Online [pdf] via ACM available.
  51. Foster, M.E., Giuliani, M., Isard, A., Matheson, C., Oberlander, J. and Knoll, A. [2009] Evaluating description and reference strategies in a cooperative human-robot dialogue system. In Proceedings of the Twenty-first International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-09), pp1818--1823. Pasadena, California, July 2009. Online [pdf] available.
  52. Foster, M.E. and Oberlander, J. [2006] Data-driven generation of emphatic facial displays. In Proceedings of the 11th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics pp353--360, Trento, Italy, April 3-7, 2006.
  53. Gill, A.J., Brockmann, C. and Oberlander, J. [2012] Perceptions of Alignment and Personality in Generated Dialogue. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Natural Language Generation Conference (INLG 2012), pp40--48. Starved Rock, IL, May 30 - June 1, 2012. Preprint [pdf] available.
  54. Gill, A., Harrison, A.J. and Oberlander, J. [2004] Interpersonality: Individual differences and interpersonal priming. In Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp464--469. Chicago, 2004. Preprint [pdf] available.
  55. Gill, A.J., French R.M., Gergle, D., and Oberlander, J. [2008] Identifying emotional characteristics from short blog texts. In Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp2237--2242. Washington, D.C., July 2008.
  56. Gill, A.J., French, R.M., Gergle, D., and Oberlander, J. [2008] The language of emotion in short blog texts. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2008), pp277-280. San Diego, CA, November 8-12, 2008. Online [pdf] via ACM available. Online [pdf] local copy available.
  57. Gill, A.J., Gergle, D., French, R.M. and Oberlander, J. [2008] Emotion rating from short blog texts. In CHI 2008: Proceedings of the 26th Annual SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp1121-1124. Florence, Italy, April 5-10, 2008. Online [pdf] via ACM available. Online [pdf] local copy available.
  58. Gill, A.J., Hancock, J.T., Oberlander, J. and Austin, E. [2006] Lying to yourself and lying to others: Social desirability and language features. Presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse. Minneapolis MN, July 13-15, 2006. Online [pdf] available.
  59. Gill, A., Nowson, S. and Oberlander, J. [2009] What are they blogging about? Personality, topic and motivation in blogs. In Proceedings of the 3rd International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, pp18--25. San Jose, California, May 17-20, 2009. Online [pdf] available.
  60. Gill, A. and Oberlander, J. [2002] Taking care of the linguistic features of extraversion. In Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp363--368. Washington DC, August 2002. Preprint [pdf] available.
  61. Gill, A. and Oberlander, J. [2003] Perception of e-mail personality at zero-acquaintance: Extraversion takes care of itself, but Neuroticism is more of a worry. In Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp456--461. Boston, July 31-August 2, 2003.
  62. Gill, A., Oberlander, J. and Austin, E. [2003] Rating e-mail extraversion at zero acquaintance. In Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences. Graz, Austria, July 13-17, 2003. Online [pdf] available.
  63. Giuliani, M., Foster, M. E., Isard, A., Matheson, C., Oberlander, J. and Knoll, A. [2010] Situated Reference in a Hybrid Human-Robot Interaction System. In Proceedings of the Sixth International Natural Language Generation Conference (INLG 2010), pp67--75. Trim, Ireland, July 2010. Online [pdf] available.
  64. Healey, P., Garrod, S., Fay, N., Lee, J. and Oberlander, J. [2002] Interactional context in graphical communication. In Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp441--446. Washington DC, August 2002. Preprint [pdf] available.
  65. Henderson, M., Matheson, C. and Oberlander, J. [2012] Recovering from non-understanding errors in a conversational system. In Proceedings of the Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (SemDial). Paris. Online [pdf] available.
  66. Hicks, J. and Oberlander, J. [2002] Anatomy is symmetry's best friend: Reflections on modeling Baylis and Driver. In Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp465--470. Washington DC, August 2002.
  67. Hicks, J., Oberlander, J. and Shillcock, R. [2000] Four letters good, six letters better: exploring the external letter effect with a split architecture. In Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp681--686. Pennsylvania, August 2000.
  68. Hitzeman, J., Black, A. W., Mellish, C. Oberlander, J., Poesio, M. and Taylor, P. [1999] An annotation scheme for concept-to-speech synthesis system. In Proceedings of the 7th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, pp59--66. Toulouse, France, May 1999.
  69. Hitzeman, J., Black, A. W., Taylor, P., Mellish, C. and Oberlander, J. [1998] On the use of automatically generated discourse-level information in a concept-to-speech synthesis system. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, pp2763--2766, Sydney, Australia, December 1998.
  70. Iacobelli, F., Gill, A.J., Nowson, S. and Oberlander, J. [2011] Large scale personality classification of bloggers. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6975, 568--577. Online available. % Proceedings of the International Workshop on Machine Learning for Affective Computing (MLAC2011), Memphis, Tn, Oct 9-12 2011.
  71. Inder, R. and Oberlander, J. [1995] Using discourse to aid hypertext navigation. In Proceedings of HCI International, pp195-200. Yokohama, July 1995. Preprint [gzip'd ps] available
  72. Isard, A., Brockmann, C. and Oberlander, J. [2005] Re-creating dialogues from a corpus. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Using Corpora for Natural Language Generation at Corpus Linguistics 2005 (CL-05), pp7--12, Birmingham, UK.
  73. Isard, A., Brockmann, C. and Oberlander, J. [2006] Individuality and alignment in generated dialogues. In Proceedings of the 4th International Natural Language Generation Conference, pp22--29. Sydney, Australia. Online [pdf] available
  74. Karamanis, N., Mellish, C., Oberlander, J. and Poesio, M. [2004] A corpus-based methodology for evaluating metrics of coherence for text structuring. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Natural Language Generation Conference. Careys Manor, Brockenhurst, 14--16 July, 2004.
  75. Karamanis, N., Mellish, C., Oberlander, J. and Poesio, M. [2004] Evaluating Centering-based metrics of coherence for text structuring using a reliably annotated corpus. In Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics, pp391--398. Barcelona, July 21--26, 2004. Preprint [pdf] available.
  76. Knott, A., Mellish, C., Oberlander, J. and O'Donnell, M. [1996] Sources of flexibility in dynamic hypertext generation. In Proceedings of the 8th International Natural Language Generation Workshop, pp. 151-160. Herstmonceaux, Sussex, June 1996. Document [html] available
  77. Knott, A., Oberlander, J., O'Donnell, M. and Mellish, C., [1997] Defeasible rules in content selection and text structuring. In Proceedings of the 6th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, pp50-60. Duisburg, Germany, March 1997. Document [html] available
  78. Koller, A., Byron, D., Cassell, J., Dale, R., Striegnitz, K., Moore, J. and Oberlander, J. [2009] The software architecture for the First Challenge on Generating Instructions in Virtual Environments. In Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Chapter of the ACL (Demo Session), Athens, March 2009. Online [pdf] available.
  79. Koller, A., Moore, J., di Eugenio, B., Lester, J., Stoia, L., Byron, D., Oberlander, J. and Striegnitz, K. [2007] Instruction giving in virtual worlds. In Dale, R. and White, M. (eds.) Shared Tasks and Comparative Evaluation in Natural Language Generation: Workshop Report, pp47-55. Chapter based on presentation at NSF Workshop, Arlington, Va., April 20-21, 2007.
  80. Koller, A., Striegnitz, K., Byron, D., Cassell, J., Dale, R., Dalzel-Job, S., Oberlander, J. and Moore, J. [2009] Validating the web-based evaluation of NLG systems. In Proceedings of Joint Conference of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics and the 4th International Joint Conference on NLP of the Asian Federation of Natural Language Processing, pp301--304. Singapore, August 2009. Online [pdf] available.
  81. Koller, A., Striegnitz, K., Byron, D., Cassell, J., Dale, R., Oberlander, J. and Moore, J. [2010] The First Challenge on Generating Instructions in Virtual Environments. In E. Krahmer and M. Theune (eds.), Empirical Methods in Natural Language Generation, volume 5790 of LNAI. Springer. Online [pdf] available.
  82. Koller, A., Striegnitz, K., Gargett, A., Byron, D., Cassell, J., Dale, R., Moore, J. and Oberlander, J. [2010] Report on the Second NLG Challenge on Generating Instructions in Virtual Environments (GIVE-2). In Proceedings of the Sixth International Natural Language Generation Conference (INLG 2010), pp243--250. Trim, Ireland, July 2010. Online [pdf] available.
  83. Lascarides, A. and Oberlander, J. [1993] Temporal connectives in a discourse context. In Proceedings of the 6th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Utrecht, Netherlands, April 21st-23rd, 1993, pp260-268.
  84. Lascarides, A., Asher, N. and Oberlander, J. [1992] Inferring discourse relations in context. In Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pp1-8, Newark, Delaware, June 28th-July 2nd, 1992.
  85. Llewellyn, C.A., Grover, C., Alex, B., Oberlander, J. and Tobin, R. [2015] Extracting a topic specific dataset from a Twitter archive. In Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, September, Poznan, Poland. Online [pdf] available.
  86. Llewellyn, C., Grover, C., and Oberlander, J. [2014] Summarizing newspaper comments. In Proceedings of the 8th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, pp599--602. 2-4 June, Ann Arbor, MI. Online [pdf] available.
  87. Llewellyn, C.A., Grover, C. and Oberlander, J. [2016] Won't somebody please think of the children? Improving topic model clustering of newspaper comments for summarisation. In Proceedings of the Student Research Workshop at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics , 7-12 August, Berlin. Online [pdf] available.
  88. Llewellyn, C., Grover, C., Oberlander, J. and Haston, E. [2012] Enhancing the curation of botanical data using text analysis tools. In Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 7489, pp480--485. Berlin: Springer. Online [pdf] available.
  89. Llewellyn, C., Grover, C., Oberlander, J. and Klein, E. [2014] Re-using an argument corpus to aid in the curation of social media collections. In Proceedings of the 9th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, pp462--468. 26-31 May, Reykjavik. Online [pdf] available.
  90. Maxwell, K.T., Oberlander, J. and Croft, W.B. [2013] Feature-based selection of dependency paths in ad hoc information retrieval. In Proceedings of the 51st Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics, pp507--516. Sofia, Bulgaria, August 4--9, 2013. Online [pdf] available.
  91. Maxwell, K.T., Oberlander, J., and Lavrenko, V. [2009] Evaluation of semantic events for legal case retrieval. In Proceedings of the WSDM '09 Workshop on Exploiting Semantic Annotations in information Retrieval (ESAIR '09), pp39-41. Barcelona, Spain, February, 2009 Online [pdf] via ACM available.
  92. Mellish, C., Knott, A., Oberlander, J. and O'Donnell, M. [1998] Experiments using stochastic search for text planning. In Proceedings of the 9th International Generation Workshop, pp98--107. Niagara, Canada, August 1998. Preprint [ps] available
  93. Mellish, C., O'Donnell, M., Oberlander, J. and Knott, A. [1998] An architecture for opportunistic text generation. In Proceedings of the 9th International Generation Workshop, pp28--37. Niagara, Canada, August 1998. Preprint [ps] available
  94. Milosavljevic, M. and Oberlander, J. [1998] Dynamic electronic catalogues: Helping users to help themselves. In Proceedings of Hypertext 98, pp123-131. Pittsburg, Pa., June 1998. Document [html] and Online [pdf] available.
  95. Monaghan, P., Stenning, K., Oberlander, J. and Sönströd, C. [1999] Integrating psychometric and computational approaches to individual differences in multimodal reasoning. In Proceedings of the 21st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, pp405--410. Vancouver, Canada, August 1999.
  96. Nowson, S. and Oberlander, J. [2006] The identity of bloggers: Openness and gender in personal weblogs. Presented at the AAAI Spring Symposium on Computational Approaches to Analysing Weblogs. Stanford, Ca., March 2006.
  97. Nowson, S. and Oberlander, J. [2007] Differentiating document type and author personality from linguistic features. Australian Journal of Intelligent Information Processing Systems, 9, 84--88.
  98. Nowson, S. and Oberlander, J. [2007] Identifying more bloggers: Towards large scale personality classification of personal weblogs. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Boulder, CO., March 26-28, 2007. Online [pdf] available.
  99. Nowson, S., Oberlander, J. and Gill, A.J. [2005] Weblogs, genres, and individual differences. In Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp1666--1671, Stresa, Italy, July 21-23, 2005.
  100. O'Donnell, M., Knott, A., Oberlander, J. and Mellish, C. [2000] Optimising text quality in generation from relational databases. In Proceedings of the First International Natural Language Generation Conference, Mitzpe Ramon, Israel, June 2000.
  101. O'Toole, M., Oberlander, J. and Shillcock, R. [2001] The age-complicity hypothesis: A cognitive account of some historical linguistic data. In Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp716--719. Edinburgh, August 2001. Preprint [pdf] available.
  102. Oberlander, J. and Dale, R. [1991] Generating expressions referring to eventualities. In Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp67-72, University of Chicago, August 7th-10th, 1991.
  103. Oberlander, J. and Dayan, P. [1991] Dennett's unintentional stance. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Colloquium in Cognitive Science, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain, May 7th-11th, 1991.
  104. Oberlander, J. and Gill, A. [2004] Individual differences and implicit language: Personality, parts-of-speech and pervasiveness. In Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp1035--1040. Chicago, 2004. Preprint [pdf] available.
  105. Oberlander, J., Karakatsiotis, G., Isard, A. and Androutsopoulos, I. [2008] Building an adaptive museum gallery in Second Life. In Proceedings of Museums and the Web 2008, Montreal, Canada, April 9-12, 2008. Online [pdf] available. Online video available on Vimeo.
  106. Oberlander, J. and Knott, A. [1996] Issues in cue phrase implicature. Working Notes for the AAAI Spring Symposium on Computational Implicature, pp78-85, Stanford, Ca., March 1996.
  107. Oberlander, J. and Lascarides, A. [1991] Discourse generation, temporal constraints, and defeasible reasoning. Presented at the AAAI Fall Symposium on Discourse Structure in Natural Language Understanding and Generation, Asilomar, Ca., November 15th-17th, 1991.
  108. Oberlander, J. and Lascarides, A. [1992] Preventing false temporal implicatures: interactive defaults for text generation. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING92), pp721-727, Nantes, France, July 23rd-28th, 1992.
  109. Oberlander, J. and Nowson, S. [2006] Whose thumb is it anyway? Classifying author personality from weblog text. In Proceedings of the COLING/ACL 2006 Main Conference Poster Sessions, pp627--634. Sydney, Australia. Online [pdf] available.
  110. Oberlander, J., Cox, R., Monaghan, P., Stenning, K., and Tobin, R. [1996] Individual differences in proof structures following multimodal logic teaching. In Proceedings of the 18th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, pp201-206, La Jolla, Ca., July 1996. Preprint [ps] available
  111. Oberlander, J., Cox, R., and Stenning, K. [1995] Proofs as discourse: an empirical study. In Working Notes for the AAAI Spring Symposium on Empirical Methods in Discourse Interpretation and Generation, pp113-119, Stanford, March, 1995. Preprint [ps] available
  112. Oberlander, J., Mellish, C., O'Donnell, M. and Knott, A. [1997] Exploring a gallery with intelligent labels. In Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Hypermedia and Interactivity in Museums, pp153-161. Paris, September, 1997.
  113. Speed, C. and Oberlander, J. [2016] Designing from, with and by Data: Introducing the ablative framework. To appear in Proceedings of the 50th Anniversary Conference of the Design Research Society, Brighton, UK, 27-30 June 2016. Online [pdf] available.
  114. Stenning, K. and Oberlander, J. [1992] Implementing logics in diagrams. Presented at the AAAI Spring Symposium on Reasoning with Diagrammatic Representations, Stanford, Ca., March 25th-27th, 1992.
  115. Stenning, K., Cox, R., & Oberlander, J. [1995] Contrasting the cognitive effects of graphical and sentential logic teaching: reasoning, representation and individual differences. Language and Cognitive Processes, 10, 333-354. Preprint [ps] available
  116. Stenning, K., Gurr, C., Oberlander, J. & Cox, R. [1994] The cognitive properties of graphical and algebraic representations. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Mathematical Assistants and Theorem Provers, pp101-112. In conjunction with ECAI94, Amsterdam.
  117. Theisen, C.A., Oberlander, J., and Kirby, S. [2009] Systematicity and arbitrariness in novel communication systems. In Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Amsterdam, July 29-August 1, 2009. Online [pdf] available.
  118. Theisen-White, C., Kirby, S. and Oberlander, J. [2011] Integrating the horizontal and vertical cultural transmission of novel communication systems. In Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp956--961.Boston, July 20-23, 2011. Online [pdf] available.
  119. White, M., Foster, M.E., Oberlander, J. and Brown, A. [2005] Using facial feedback to enhance turn-taking in a multimodal dialogue system. In Proceedings of HCI International 2005.
  120. Wilson, S., Black, A.W. and Oberlander, J. [2016] This table is different: A WordNet-based approach to identifying references to document entities. In Proceedings of The 8th International Global WordNet Conference, Bucharest, Romania, January 2016. Online [pdf] available.
  121. Wilson, S. and Oberlander, J. [2014] Determiner-established deixis to communicative artifacts in pedagogical text. In Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pp409--414. June 22-27, Baltimore, MD. Online [pdf] available.

    5. Book chapters

  122. Gill, A. and Oberlander, J. [2003] Looking forward to more Extraversion with N-grams. In Lagerwerf, L., Spooren, W., and Degand, L. (eds.). Determination of Information and Tenor in Texts, pp125--137. Amsterdam: Stichting Neederlandistiek.
  123. Knott, A., Oberlander, J., O'Donnell, M. and Mellish, C. [2001] Beyond elaboration: the interaction of relations and focus in coherent text. In T. Sanders, J. Schilperoord and W. Spooren (eds.) Text representation: linguistic and psycholinguistic aspects, pp181--196. Amsterdam: Benjamins. Preprint [ps] available.
  124. Lascarides, A. and Oberlander, J. [1992] Abducing temporal discourse. In Dale, R., Hovy, E., Rösner, D. and Stock, O. (eds.) Aspects of Automated Natural Language Generation, pp167-182. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  125. Loxley, J., Symington, B., Anderson, M., Hinrichs, U., Grover, C., Thomson, T., Harris-Birtill, D., Quigley, A. and Oberlander, J. [2016] `Multiplicity embarrasses the eye': The digital mapping of literary Edinburgh. Chapter to appear in The Routledge Handbook of Spatial History. Gregory, I., Debats, D. and Lafreniere, D. (eds.). Routledge.
  126. Oberlander, J. [2005] Cognitive science: An overview. In Brown, K. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (2nd edition), Volume 2, pp562--569.
  127. Oberlander, J. [in press] Who is really in control? Pitfalls on the path to personalisation and personality. Chapter to appear in Design for Personalisation, Fisher, T. and Kuksa, I. (eds.).
  128. Oberlander, J., Cox, R., and Stenning, K. [1996] Proof styles in multimodal reasoning. In Seligman, J. and Westerstahl, D. (eds.) Language, Logic and Computation, pp403-414. Stanford, CSLI Publications. Preprint [ps] available
  129. Oberlander, J. and Dayan, P. [1996] Altered states and virtual beliefs. In Clark, A. and Millican, P. (eds.) Connectionism, Concepts and Folk Psychology: Volume 2, pp101-114. Oxford: Oxford University.
  130. Oberlander, J. and Good, J. [2001] Uncovering discourse structure in program summaries. In Degand, L., Bestgen, Y., Spooren, W. and van Waes, L. (eds.) Multidisciplinary Approaches to Discourse, pp31--40. Amsterdam: Stichting Neerlandistiek VU Amsterdam. Preprint [pdf] available.
  131. Oberlander, J., Inder, R., Cox, R. & Tobin, R. [1997] Hierarchical histories for hypertext navigation: a pilot study of individual differences. Chapter 14 in Lee, J. (ed.) Intelligence and Multimodality in Multimedia Interfaces: Research and Applications. Cambridge, Ma.: MIT Press. http://www.aaai.org/Press/Books/Lee/lee.html. Preprint [ps] available
  132. Oberlander, J. and Lascarides, A. [2000] Laconic discourses and total eclipses: abduction in DICE. In Bunt, H. and Black, W. (eds.) Abduction, Belief, and Context in Dialogue, pp391--412. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  133. Oberlander, J., Stenning, K., and Cox, R. [1999] Hyperproof: abstraction, visual preference and multimodality. In Moss, L. S., Ginzburg, J. and de Rijke, M. (eds.) Logic, Language and Computation: Volume 2, pp222--236. Stanford: CSLI Publications.
  134. Stenning, K. and Oberlander, J. [1991] Reasoning with words, pictures and calculi: computation versus justification. In Barwise, J., Gawron, J. M., Plotkin, G. and Tutiya, S. (eds.) Situation Theory and its Applications: Volume 2, pp607-621. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
  135. Stenning, K. and Oberlander, J. [1994] Spatial containment and set membership: a case study of analogy at work. In Holyoak, K. J. & Barnden, J. A. (eds.) Analogical Connections, pp446-486. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    6. Reviews and review articles

  136. Dayan, P. and Oberlander, J. [1991] Vaulting optimality. Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 14, 221-222. Commentary on ``The Quest for Optimality: a Positive Heuristic for Science'' by P. Shoemaker, 1991.
  137. Oberlander, J. [1993] Review of Cohen, Morgan and Pollack (eds.) Intentions in Communication. Artificial Intelligence, 63, 511-520. Reprinted in In Pereira, F, C. N. & Grosz, B. J. (eds.), Natural Language Processing, pp511-520. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1994.
  138. Oberlander, J. [1994] Review of Von Eckhardt What is Cognitive Science?. Teaching Philosophy, 17, 375-378.
  139. Oberlander, J. [1997] Of ants and academics: the computational power of external representation. Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 20, 78. Commentary on ``Trading Spaces'' by A. Clark and C. Thornton, 1996.
  140. Stenning, K. and Oberlander, J. [1993] Non-sentential representation and non-formality. Review of Johnson-Laird and Byrne, Deduction, 1991. Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 16, 365.