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Schilling, M., & Narayanan S. (2013).  Communicating with Executable Action Representations.
Narayanan, M.., & Karp R. M. (2007).  Comparing Protein Interaction Networks via a Graph Match-and-Split Algorithm. Journal of Computational Biology. 14(7), 892-907.
Gramm, J., Nierhoff T., Sharan R., & Tantau T. (2004).  On the Complexity of Haplotyping via Perfect Phylogeny. Proceedings of the Second RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Computational Methods for SNPs and Haplotypes. 35-46.
Narayanan, S. (2005).  Computational Cognitive Semantics.
Lönneker-Rodman, B., & Narayanan S. (2010).  Computational Models of Figurative Language.
Lönneker-Rodman, B., & Narayanan S. (2012).  Computational Models of Figurative Language.
Baswana, S., Biswas S., Doerr B., Friedrich T., Kurur P., & Neumann F. (2009).  Computing Single Source Shortest Paths Using Single-Objective Fitness Functions. 59-66.
Alber, J., Gramm J., Guo J., & Niedermeier R. (2004).  Computing the Similarity of Two Sequences with Nested Arc Annotations. Theoretical Computer Science. 312(2-3), 337-358.
Shastri, L., Grannes D. Jeffrey, Narayanan S., & Feldman J. (2002).  A Connectionist Encoding of Parameterized Schemas and Reactive Plans.
Shastri, L., Grannes D. Jeffrey, Narayanan S., & Feldman J. (2002).  A Connectionist Encoding of Parameterized Schemas and Reactive Plans.
Shastri, L., Grannes D. Jeffrey, Narayanan S., & Feldman J. (1999).  A Connectionist Encoding of Parameterized Schemas and Reactive Plans. Proceedings of the First SMART-Symposium. 1-28.
Shastri, L., Grannes D. Jeffrey, Narayanan S., & Feldman J. (2002).  A Connectionist Encoding of Parameterized Schemas and Reactive Plans.
Souiai, M., Nieuwenhuis C., Strekalovskiy E., & Cremers D. (2013).  Convex Optimization for Scene Understanding.
Narayanan, S., & Feldman J. (2004).  CPRM: An Expressive Probabilistic Framework for Reasoning About Event Structure.

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