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Feldman, J., & Rovner P. D. (1967).  An Associative Processing System for Conventional Digital Computers.
Feldman, J. (1973).  Associative Languages.
Feldman, J. (1965).  Aspects of Associative Processing.
Feldman, J., Brown C. M., Ellis C. S., LeBlanc T. J., & Peterson G. L. (1985).  Artificial Intelligence Research on the Butterfly Multicomputer. Proceedings of the Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Problem Solving. 109-118.
Feldman, J., & Paul R. P. (1974).  Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Automation.
Feldman, J., Ballard D. Harry, & Brown C. M. (1978).  An Approach to Knowledge-Directed Image Analysis.
Feldman, J., Ballard D. Harry, & Brown C. M. (1977).  An Approach to Knowledge-Directed Image Analysis.
Feldman, J., Ballard D. Harry, & Brown C. M. (1977).  An Approach to Knowledge-Directed Image Analysis.
Eppe, M., Trott S., Raghuram V., Feldman J., & Janin A. (2016).  Application-Independent and Integration-Friendly Natural Language Understanding. Proceedings of Global Conference on Artificial Intelligence (GCAI 2016), EPiC Series in Computing.
Feldman, J. (1990).  Apparent Motion and Other Mysteries. 479-486.
Feldman, J., & Rovner P. D. (1969).  An ALGOL-based Associative Language. Communications of the ACM. 12(8), 439-449.
Feldman, J., & Rovner P. D. (1968).  An ALGOL-based Associative Language.
Feldman, J., & Rovner P. D. (1971).  An ALGOL-based Associative Language.
Feldman, J., Finkel R. A., Taylor R. H., Bolles R. C., & Paul R. P. (1974).  AL, A Programming System for Automation.
Rosenfeld, A.., Feldman J., Kanal L.. N., & Winston P.. H. (1977).  AI and Pattern Recognition.
Feldman, J., & Narayanan S. (2014).  Affordances, Actionability, and Simulation.
Feldman, J. (2011).  Advancing Embodied Theories of Language.
Gomes, B., Weissman B., & Feldman J. (1998).  Active Threads: Enabling Fine-Grained Parallelism in Object-Oriented Languages. Proceedings of the International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications (PDPTA ’98).
Feldman, J., Lakoff G., & Narayanan S. (2000).  Active Schemas for Generation, Recognition, and Understanding of Action. Proceedings of the First Mirror Neuron Conference.

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