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Feldman, J., & Biermann A. (1972).  On the Synthesis of Finite-State Machines from Samples of Their Behavior. IEEE Transactions on Computers. C-21(6), 592-596.
Feldman, J. (1992).  Structured Connectionist Models and Language Learning.
Barrett, L., Feldman J., & Dermed L. Mac (2008).  A (Somewhat) New Solution to the Binding Problem. Neural Computation. 20(9), 2361-2378.
Feldman, J. (1971).  Some Decidability Results on Grammatical Inference and Complexity. Information and Control. 20(3), 244-262.
Feldman, J. (2010).  Simulation Semantics can Revitalize the Formalization of Meaning. Physics of Life Review. 7(4), 421-423.
Lantz, K.. A., Gradischnig K. D., Feldman J., & Rashid R. F. (1982).  Rochester's Intelligent Gateway. IEEE Computer. 15(10), 54-68.
Feldman, J., Lantz K.., Gradischnig K. D., & Rashid R. F. (1982).  Rochester's Intelligent Gateway. Computer. 15,
Feldman, J., Brown C. M., Ellis C. S., LeBlanc T. J., & Peterson G. L. (1985).  Research with the Butterfly Multicomputer. 3-23.
[Anonymous] (1979).  Rejuvenating Experimental Computer Science. (Feldman, J., & Sutherland W.. R., Ed.).Communications of the ACM. 22,
Feldman, J. (1979).  Programming Languages. Scientific American. 241,
Feldman, J. (2013).  The Neural Binding Problem(s). Cognitive Neurodynamics. 7(1), 1-11.
Aziz-Zadeh, L., Fiebach C., Narayanan S., Feldman J., Dodge E., & Ivry R. B. (2008).  Modulation of the FFA and PPA by Language Related to Faces and Places. Social Neuroscience. 3(3-4), 229-238.
Feldman, J., & Nigam A.. (1980).  A Model and Proof Technique for Message-Based Systems. 9(4), 768-784.
Feldman, J. (1989).  Massively Parallel Computational Models. Quantitative Analyses of Behavior. 8,
Feldman, J. (2019).  Language, Stapp, and the Mind/Body/World Problem. Activitas Nervosa Superior. 98–101.
Feldman, J., Hayhoe M.., & Lachter J.. (1991).  Integration of Form Across Saccadic Eye Movements. Perception. 20(3), 393-402.
Feldman, J. (1970).  Getting a Computer to See Simple Scenes. IEEE Student Journal.
Feldman, J. (1985).  Four Frames Suffice: A Provisional Model of Vision and Space. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 8, 265-289.
Feldman, J., & Narayanan S. (2004).  Embodied Meaning in a Neural Theory of Language. Brain and Language. 89(2),