COGNITIVE LANGUAGE MODELLING
Akhtar, S., Reilly, R. G. & Dunnion, J. (2002) "AutoMarkup: A tool for automatically marking up text document", In Proceedings of Third International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics (CICLing-2002). Mexico, February 17-23. Springer, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. (pdf)
Joue, G. & N. Nenova,J. (2002). Sound and Function Interdependencies in Nonlexical Interjections of English. Paper presented at the 7th International Columbia School Conference on the Interaction of Linguistic Form, Meaning, and Human Behavior, New York, February 2002.
Akhtar, S., Reilly, R.G. & Dunnion, J. (2001). Automating XML markup. In Proceedings of ACH / ALLC 2001. New York University, June 13-16. (pdf)
Akhtar, S., Reilly, R. G. & Dunnion, J. (2001). Automating XML markup using a two stage machine learning technique. In Proceedings of the Twelfth Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS), September 2001. (pdf)
Nenova, N., G. Joue, R. Reilly & J. Carson-Berndsen (2001). Sound and Function Regularities in Interjections. In: Proceedings of Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 2001.
Nenova, N., & Reilly, R.G., (2000). Predicting discourse moves using interjection discourse particles. In Proceeding of First Meeting of Speech Technology Transfer. University of Seville, 6-10 November
Nenova, N., & Reilly, R.G., (2000). Supporting discourse structure by applying discourse particles taxonomy. In Proceedings of "Discourse particles, modal and focal particles, and all that stuff: A conference on particles" Brussels, December 8-9.
Reilly, R., & Sharkey, N. (1993). Connectionist approaches to natural language processing. Hillsdale, NJ: Elbaum.
Reilly, R. (1993). Boundary effects in the linguistic representations of SRNs. In: Proceedings of the fifteenth annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society, University of Colorado at Boulder, pp. 854-859. (pdf)
Reilly, R. (1992). A connectionist technique for on-line parsing. Network, 3, 37-45.(pdf)
Reilly, R.G. (2002). The relationship between object manipulation and language development in Broca's area: A connectionist simulation of Greenfield's hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25, 145-153.. (pdf)
Reilly, R.G., Marian, I. (2002). Cortical Software Re-Use: A Computational Principle for Cognitive Development in Robots. Proceedings of ICDL 2002. MIT Press. (pdf)
Reilly R.G., Mackey, D. (2001). Cortical Software Re-Use: A theory of cognitive development. Fifth International Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems, Boston University.
Reilly, R.G. (2001). Collaborative cell assemblies: Towards a cortical computational building block. In Proceedings of EmerNet: Third International Workshop on Current Computational Architectures Integrating Neural Networks and Neuroscience. University of Durham, August. (pdf)
Reilly, R.G. (2000). Evolution of symbolization: Signposts to a bridge between connectionist and symbolic systems. In S. Wermter & R. Sun (Eds.), Hybrid neural systems. Berlin, Germany: Springer. (pdf)
Reilly, R.G. (1995). Sandy ideas and coloured days: The computational implications of embodiment. Artificial Intelligence Review, 9, 305-322. (pdf)
Marian, I., Reilly, R.G. and Mackey, D. (2002) Efficient event-driven simulation for spiking neural networks. Proceedings of 3rd WSES International Conference on: Neural Networks and Applications. Interlaken, Switzerland, February 2002. (pdf)
Marian, I. and Reilly, R.G. (2001) Self-organization of neurons coding directional selectivity in motor cortex. Proceedings of 12th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS), D. O'Donoghue (Ed.). NUI Maynooth, Ireland, September 2001, pp. 253-264.
Marian, I. and Reilly, R.G. (2001) SpikeSNNS - a simulator for spike processing networks. Proceedings of 12th DAAAM International Symposium on Intelligent Manufacturing & Automation: Focus on Precision Engineering, B. Katalinic (Ed.). DAAAM International, Jena, Germany, October 2001.
Reilly, R.G. and Marian, I. (2001) A spiking neural model for visuo-motor imitation. Proceedings of International Symposium on Neural control of space coding and action production. Lyon, France, March 2001. (pdf)
Kechadi, M.T. & Reilly, R.G. (1999) Recurrent Neural Network Approach for Partitioning Irregular Graphs, Proceedings of HPCN-99, Amsterdam, Netherlands, April 12-14, 1999
Reilly, R.G., Kechadi, M-T, Kuznetsov, Y., Timoshenko, E., Dawson, K. (1998). Using recurrent neural networks to predict aspects of 3-D structure of folded copolymer sequences, Il Nuovo Cimento, 20D, 2565-2573. (pdf)
Kechadi, M-T, Reilly, R.G., Kuznetsov, Y., Timoshenko, E., Dawson, K. (1997). A study of sequence distributions of a painted globule as a model for proteins with good folding properties. Il Nuovo Cimento.
Reilly, R.G., Radach, R. (2002). Foundations of an interactive activation model of eye movement control in reading. In J. Hyönä, R. Radach, H. Deubel (Eds.) The mind's eye: Cognitive and applied aspects of eye movements. Oxford: Elsevier Science. (pdf)
Reilly, R.G., & O'Regan, J.K, (University of Paris V), "Eye movement control during reading: A simulation of some word-targetting strategies", Vision Research, 38, 1998, pp. 303-317. (pdf)
O'Sullivan, C., & Reilly, R.G. (1997). REACT: REal-time Adaptive Collision Testing: An interactive vision approach. In: D. Thalmann, & M. van de Panne (eds.), Computer Animation and Simulation `97. Vienna: Springer.
Reilly, R., 1993. A connectionist attentional shift model of eye movement control in reading. In: Proceedings of the fifteenth annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society, University of Colorado at Boulder, pp. 860-865. (pdf)
Reilly, R. 1993. A connectionist framework for modeling eye-movement
control in reading. In G. d'Ydewalle & J. Van Rensbergen (Eds.),
Perception and cognition: Advances in eye-movement research. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
PREDICTION OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
Bergin. S, Reilly. R., 2006. A multi-institutional multivariate study to predict introductory programming performance, NUIM-CS-TR-2006-01
Traynor. D, Bergin. S, Gibson, P., 2006. Automated Assessment in CS1. Australian Computing Education Conference (ACE 2006).
Bergin. S, Reilly. R, Traynor. D., 2005. Examining the role of Self-Regulated Learning on Introductory Programming Performance. First International Computing Education Research Workshop, ICER 2005 Seattle, WA, US, October 2005.
Bergin. S, Reilly. R., 2005. Assessing the executive functions of students on a third level introductory programming course. 37th Annual General Meeting of the European Brain and Behaviour Society, Trinity College Dublin, September 2005.
Bergin. S, Reilly. R., 2005. The influence of motivation and comfort level on learning to program. Proceedings of the 17th Workshop of the Psychology of Programming Interest Group, PPIG 05. University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, June 2005.
Bergin. S, Reilly. R., 2005. Programming: Factors that influence success. ACM SIGCSE Bulletin , Proceedings of the 36th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education, Volume 37 Issue 1 February 2005 (SIGCSE 05).
Bergin. S, Reilly. R., 2004. Assessing programming Aptitude: A web-based adaptive testing system with remedial instruction. 16th Workshop of the Programming Psychology Interest Group (PPIG04).
Bergin. S, Reilly. R., 2004. An adaptive web-based testing system to assess programming aptitude. NUIM postgraduate symposium, March 2004.
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