Books:

Linguistics and Information Science (with Karen Spark Jones), Academic Press, 1973.

Natural Language in Information Science (edited with D. E. Walker and Hans Karlgren), Skriptor, Stockholm, 1977

Verbmobil: A Translation System for Face-to-Face Dialog (with John Mark Gawron and Peter Norwig), CSLI, Stanford California, 1994.

An Introduction to Machine Translation. W. John Hutchins and Harold L. Somers. London: Academic Press, 1992.

Handbook of Computational Linguistics (2003). Ruslan Mitkov (ed.). OUP 2003. Introduction.

Selected Papers:

“Rules of Interpretation--An Approach to the Problem of Computation in the Semantics of Natural Language”, in Proceedings of the Second International Congress of the International Federation for Information Processing, 1962.

“A Parsing Procedure” Proceedings of the Second International Congress of the International Federation for Information Processing, 1962.

“A General Procedure for Rewriting Strings”, paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Machine Translation and Computational Linguistics, Bloomington, Indiana, 1964.

The Logic of Cognate Recognition in Historical Linguistics, RM-4224-PR, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, July 1964.

A Parsing Program for Categorial Grammars, RM-4283-PR, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, August, 1964.

Natural Language in Computer Form, RM-4390-PR, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, November, 1964. (with T. W. Ziehe).

Large File in Linguistic Computing, P-3136, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, May 1965.(Presented at the U. S.-Japan Seminar on Mechanical Translation, New York, 1965).

The Catalog: A Flexible Data Structure for Magnetic Tape, RM-4645-PR, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, October, 1965. (with T. W. Ziehe).

The Tabular Parser: A Parsing Program for Phrase-Structure and Dependency, RM-4933-PR, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, July, 1966.

Computer Routines to Read Natural Text with Complex Formats, RM-4920-PR, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, August, 1966. (with P. A. Graves, D. G. Hays, and T. W.Ziehe).

“Experiments with a Powerful Parser” in Proceedings of the Second International Congress on Automatic Language Processing, Grenoble 1967. Reprinted in American Journal of Computational Linguistics 1976:2.

“Standards for Encoding Linguistic Data” in Computers and the Humanities, Vol. 1, No. 5, May 1967.

“From Semantics to Syntax” in Bierwisch and Heidolf (eds.) Recent Developments in Linguistics, Mouton, The Hague, 1968; also in Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Linguists, Bucharest, 1970.

Computational Linguistics at RAND, P-4023, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, March, 1969. Computational Competence and Linguistic Performance, P-4093, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, May, 1969. (Presidential Address to the Association for Computational Linguistics).

The Computer System to Aid the Linguistic Field Worker, P-4095, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, May, 1969.

The MIND System: The Morphological Analysis Program, RM-6265/2-PR, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, April, 1970. (with Gary R. Martins).

The MIND System: The Structure of the Semantic File, RM-6265/3-PR, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, June, 1970. (with Stanley Y. W. Su).

“Automated Language Processing” in Cuadra (ed.) Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, Volume 6, Encyclopedia Britanica, 1971. (with Karen Spark Jones).

The MIND Translation System: a Study in Man-Machine Collaboration, Santa Monica, The RAND Corporation, March, 1972. (with Richard Bisbey).

“The MIND System” in Rustin, Randall (ed.) Natural Language Processing, New York, the Algorithmics Press, 1973.

“Automatic Translation of Natural Languages” in Language as a Human Problem: Daedalus, 1973.

“Syntactic Processing and the Functional Sentence Perspective” in Theoretical Issues in Natural Language Processing, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1975.

The Proper Place of Men and Machines in Translation. Proceedings of the Foreign Broadcast Information Service Seminar on Machine Translation, 1976. Reprinted in Machine Translation. vol 12 (1997).

“GUS: A Frame-Driven Dialog System”, (1977). Artificial Intelligence, vol. 8. (with D. G. Bobrow, R. M. Kaplan, D. A. Norman, Henry Thompson, and Terry Winograd).

“Functional Grammar”. in Theoretical Issues in Natural Language Processing II, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1977.

“Computer Aids in Translation” in Computer Support to Translation, Foreign Broadcast Information Service (1978).

“Functional Grammar”. in Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, Berkeley, California, 1979.

 “Algorithm Schemata and Data Structures in Syntactic Processing”, in Allen, Sture, Text Processing, Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 51. Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiksell International, 1982, reprinted in Grosz, Barbara J., Karen Spark Jones and Bonnie Lynn Webber, Readings in Natural Language Processing, Morgan Kaufman, 1986.

“When Meta-rules are not Meta-rules”, in Spark Jones, Karen, and Yorick Wilks, Automatic Natural Language Parsing, 1983.

“Functional Unification Grammar: A Formalism for Machine Translation” in Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 84), The Association for Computational Linguistics, 1984.

“Parsing in Functional Unification Grammar”, in Dowty, David R., Lauri Karttunen, and Arnold M. Zwicky, Natural Language Parsing, Cambridge University Press, 1985, reprinted in Grosz, Barbara J., Karen Spark Jones and Bonnie Lynn Webber, Readings in Natural Language Processing, Morgan Kaufman, 1986.

“Parsing in Free Word Order Languages” (with Lauri Karttunen), in Dowty, David R., Lauri Karttunen, and Arnold M. Zwicky, Natural Language Parsing, Cambridge University Press, 1985.

“Unification in Grammar”, in Dahl, V., and P. Saint-Dizier, Natural Language Understanding and Logic Programming, North Holland, 1985.

“The Dictionary of the Future and the Future of the Dictionary”, Pisa (1992).

“Theoretical Issues in the Design of a Translator's Work Station”, Proceedings of the IBM workshop on Computers and Translation, Copenhagen.

“Unification” in Rosner, Michael and Roderick Johnson (eds). Computational Linguistics and Formal Semantics. Cambrdige University Press, (1992).

“Text-Translation Alignment”, Computational Linguistics 19:1 (March 1993. With Martin Röscheisen).

“Regular Models of Phonological Rule Systems” (with R. M. Kaplan), Computational Linguistics 20:3 (September, 1994. With R. M. Kaplan).

“Chart Generation”, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Lingistics, Santa Cruz, California, 1996.

“Substring Alignment Using Suffix Trees”. Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing, Springer, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2004.

“Antonio Zampolli”, LREC Conference, Lisbon, 2004.