Stilman, Boris (2000)
"Linguistic Geometry: From Search to Construction"
416 pp., Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Dr. Stilman's book is essential reading for the inquiring scientific mind. The text covers the history, the architecture of Linguistic Geometry, and the current and future applications of the technology.

"Stilman's provocative title highlights a contrast that permeates artificial intelligence, and in fact computer science in general: geometric representations that cast problem solving as search through a space, and linguistic representations that construct solutions by executing the rules of a generative grammar. In the best spirit of creative research, Stilman outlines a deep and powerful synthesis of these two perspectives, and persuasively shows its capabilities on a wide range of problems."
-- H. Van Dyke Parunak, Ph.D., Environmental Research Institute of Michigan (ERIM).

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