book, as editor
Agirre, Eneko, and Philip Edmonds (eds.). July 2006. Word Sense Disambiguation: Algorithms and Applications. Springer. (www.wsdbook.org)
journal issue, as editor
Edmonds, Philip and Adam Kilgarriff (guest eds.). 2002. Special Issue on Evaluating Word Sense Disambiguation Systems. Natural Language Engineering 8(4).
in the media
Android learning: Your phone is becoming a classroom by Nigel Brown, Humans Invent, 26th July 2012
Fisher, Tony, Mike Sharples, Richard Pemberton, Hiroaki Ogata, Noriko Uosaki, Philip Edmonds, Anthony Hull and Patrick Tschorn. 2012. Incidental second language vocabulary learning from reading novels: A comparison of three mobile modes. In International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning 4(4):47-61.
Fisher, Tony, Richard Pemberton, Mike Sharples, Hiroaki Ogata, Noriko Uosaki, Philip Edmonds, Anthony Hull and Anthony Tschorn. 2009. Mobile learning of vocabulary from reading novels: A comparison of three modes. In D. Metcalf, A. Hamilton & C. Graffeo (eds.), Proceedings of 8th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning (mLearn 2009), Orlando, Florida, 28-30th October, 2009, pp. 191-194.
Agirre, Eneko and Philip Edmonds. July 2006. Introduction. In Word Sense Disambiguation: Algorithms and Applications, Agirre and Edmonds (eds.), Springer.
Edmonds, Philip and Adam Kilgarriff. 2002. Introduction to the Special Issue on Evaluating Word Sense Disambiguation Systems. Natural Language Engineering 8(4):279-291.
Edmonds, Philip and Graeme Hirst. 2002. Near-synonymy and lexical choice. Computational Linguistics 28(2):105-144.
Edmonds, Philip and Scott Cotton. 2001. SENSEVAL-2: Overview. In Proceedings of The Second International Workshop on Evaluating Word Sense Disambiguation Systems (SENSEVAL-2), Toulouse, pages 1-6.
Edmonds, Philip and Graeme Hirst. 2000. Reconciling fine-grained lexical knowledge and coarse-grained ontologies in the representation of near-synonyms. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Semantic Approximation, Granularity, and Vagueness (KR-2000), Breckenridge, Colorado.
Edmonds, Philip. 1998. Translating near-synonyms: Possibilities and preferences in the interlingua. In Proceedings of the AMTA/SIG-IL Second Workshop on Interlinguas, Langhorne, PA, pages 23-30. (Published in technical report MCCS-98-316, Computing Research Laboratory, New Mexico State University.)
Edmonds, Philip. 1997. Choosing the Word Most Typical in Context Using a Lexical Co-occurrence Network. In Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL/EACL 97), Madrid, pages 507-509.
Edmonds, Philip. 1996. Evoking Meaning by Choosing the Right Words. In Proceedings of the First Student Conference in Computational Linguistics in Montreal, pages 80-87.
Edmonds, Philip. 1994. Collaboration on reference to objects that are not mutually known. In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING-94), Kyoto, pages 1118-1122.
Hirst, Graeme, Susan McRoy, Peter Heeman, Philip Edmonds, and Diane Horton. 1994. Repairing conversational misunderstandings and non-understandings. Speech Communication 15:213-229.
Edmonds, Philip, Eleanor Chu, and Alan George. 1993. Dynamic processing on a shared-memory multiprocessor. Parallel Computing 19:9-22.
Poznanski, Victor, Steffan Corley, Philip Edmonds, Anthony Hull, Michio Wise, Morgan Willis, Ryoichi Sato, and Claire Green. 2004. The Ubiquitous Office: A Nomadic Search and Access Solution. In Sharp Technical Journal Vol. 89, August 2004, pages 21-27.
Edmonds, Philip. 2002. SENSEVAL: The Evaluation of Word Sense Disambiguation. The ELRA Newsletter 7(3), July-September.
Whitelock, Pete and Philip Edmonds. 2000. The Sharp Intelligent Dictionary. In Proceedings of the Ninth EURALEX International Congress (EURALEX 2000), Stuttgart, pages 871-876.
Edmonds, Philip. 1999. Semantic Representations of Near-Synonyms for Automatic Lexical Choice. PhD thesis, published as technical report CSRI-399, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
Edmonds, Philip. 1993. A Computational Model of Collaboration on Reference in Direction-Giving Dialogues. MSc thesis, published as technical report CSRI-289, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
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