Unrefereed Publications

Fan Jiang, Ravi Kannan, Michael L. Littman, and Santosh Vempala. Efficient Singular Value Decomposition via Improved Document Sampling. Technical Report CS-99-5, Duke University, Department of Computer Science, Durham, NC, February 1999. (abstract, postscript)

Michael L. Littman and Fan Jiang. A comparison of two corpus-based methods for translingual information retrieval. Technical Report CS-98-11, Duke University, Department of Computer Science, Durham, NC, June 1998. (abstract, postscript)

Bob Rehder, Michael L. Littman, Susan Dumais, and Thomas K. Landauer. Automatic 3-language cross-language information retrieval with latent semantic indexing. In The Sixth Text Retrieval Conference Notebook Papers (TREC6), National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication, 1997. (postscript, pdf)

Susan T. Dumais, Todd A. Letsche, Michael L. Littman, and Thomas K. Landauer. Automatic cross-language retrieval using latent semantic indexing. Working notes of AAAI Spring Symposium on Cross-Language Text and Speech Retrieval, 1997. (postscript, Symposium web page)

Stephen M. Majercik and Michael L. Littman. Reinforcement learning for selfish load balancing in a distributed memory environment. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Sciences, volume 2, Paul Wang editor, pages 262-265, 1997. (abstract, postscript)

Csaba Szepesvári and Michael L. Littman. Generalized Markov decision processes: Dynamic-programming and reinforcement-learning algorithms. Technical Report CS-96-11, Brown University, Department of Computer Science, Providence, RI, November 1996. (abstract, compressed postscript at Brown (broken for some people), compressed postscript, slightly revised)

Susan T. Dumais, Thomas K. Landauer and Michael L. Littman. Automatic cross-linguistic information retrieval using latent semantic indexing. SIGIR96 Workshop On Cross-Linguistic Information Retrieval, 1996. (postscript)

Michael Lederman Littman. Algorithms for Sequential Decision Making. Ph.D. dissertation and Technical Report CS-96-09, Brown University, Department of Computer Science, Providence, RI, March 1996. (abstract, compressed postscript, abstract, vita, acknowledgements, and introduction only, pdf)

Michael L. Littman, Anthony R. Cassandra, and Leslie Pack Kaelbling. Efficient dynamic-programming updates in partially observable Markov decision processes. Available as Brown University Technical Report CS-95-19. (abstract, draft in postscript)

Michael Littman and Fil Menczer. Preface: The effect of memory length on individual fitness in a lizard. In Rik K. Belew and Melanie Mitchell, editors, Adaptive Individuals in Evolving Populations: Models and Algorithms: Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, volume XXVI, pages 169--171. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Reading, MA, in press. (early version in postscript, book information)

F. Menczer, W. E. Hart, and M. L. Littman. Appendix: The effect of memory length on individual fitness in a lizard. In Rik Belew and Melanie Mitchell, editors, Adaptive Individual in Evolving Populations: Models and Algorithms: Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, volume XXIII, pages 511--547. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Reading, MA, in press. (book information)

Michael Littman. Solving partially observable Markov decision processes via VFA. In Justin A. Boyan, Andrew W. Moore, and Richard S. Sutton, editors, Proceedings of the Workshop on Value Function Approximation, Machine Learning Conference 1995, Technical report CMU-CS-95-206, 1995. (workshop page)

Michael L. Littman. The witness algorithm: Solving partially observable Markov decision processes. Technical Report CS-94-40, Brown University, Department of Computer Science, Providence, RI, December 1994. (postscript)

Leslie Pack Kaelbling and Michael L. Littman. A bibliography of work related to reinforcement learning. Technical Report CS-94-39, Brown University, Department of Computer Science, Providence, RI, September 1994. (postscript)

Michael Bianchi, Michael L. Littman, and Deborah F. Swayne. A review of technology transfer tales: Aphorisms for researchers. In Bellcore Quality Innovations and Applications Conference. Bellcore, 1992.

Michael L. Littman and David H. Ackley. Comparative studies of algorithms for switchport allocation. Technical Report TM ARH-018713, Bellcore, Morristown NJ, February 1991. (abstract)

Michael L. Littman. Maxibook: User-centered text browsing on an ASCII terminal. In Proceedings of the 1991 Bellcore/BCC Symposium on User-Centered Design: Making It Happen, number SR OPT-002130 in Bellcore Special Report, pages 88--91. November 1991. (postscript)

Susan T. Dumais and Michael L. Littman. An interface for information retrieval using latent semantic indexing. In Proceedings of the Bellcore Symposium on User Centered Design: Making Contact, number SR STS-001658 in Bellcore Special Report. May 1990.

Michael S. Littman and Christopher D. Metcalf. An exploration of asynchronous data-parallelism. Technical Report YALEU/DCS/TR-684, Yale University Department of Computer Science, New Haven CT, October 1988. ( html)
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