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  2018 Tim Fernando Predications, fast and slow COMMONSENSE 2017, Thirteenth International Symposium on Commonsense Reasoning, 2052, pp1-8
  2017 Tim Fernando Intensions, types and finite-state truth-making Modern Perspectives in Type-Theoretical Semantics, pp223-243
  2017 David Woods, Tim Fernando, Carl Vogel Towards efficient string processing of annotated events Proceedings of the 13th Joint ISO-ACL Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation (ISA-13), pp124-133
  2016 Tim Fernando On regular languages over power sets Journal of Language Modelling, 4(1), pp29-56
  2016 Derek Kelleher, Tim Fernando and Carl Vogel Between the Event Calculus and Finite State Temporality Formal Grammar, pp112-129. DOI: http:/
  2016 Tim Fernando Prior and temporal sequences for natural language Synthese, 193(11), pp3625-3637
  2016 Tim Fernando Types from Frames as Finite Automata Formal Grammar, pp19-40
  2015 Derek Kelleher, Tim Fernando and Carl Vogel Between the Event Calculus and Finite State Temporality Proceedings of the 20th Conference on Formal Grammar, pp107-121
  2015 Tim Fernando Negation and events as truthmakers 20th Amsterdam Colloquium, pp109-118
  2015 Tim Fernando The semantics of tense and aspect: a finite-state perspective The Handbook of Contemporary Semantic Theory, pp203-236
  2015 Tim Fernando Two Perspectives on Change and Institutions Formal Ontologies for Artificial Intelligence , 1517(4), pp8
  2014 Tim Fernando Incremental semantic scales by strings, Type Theory and Natural Language Semantics, pp63-71. DOI:
  2013 Tim Fernando Finite State Methods and Description Logic 11th International Conference on Finite State Methods and Natural Language Processing, pp63-71
  2013 Tim Fernando Segmenting Temporal Intervals for Tense and Aspect 13th Meeting on the Mathematics of Language (MoL 13), pp30-40
  2013 Tim Fernando Dowty's aspect hypothesis segmented 19th Amsterdam Colloquium, pp107-114
  2013 Tim Fernando Partitions representing change homogeneously, A festschrift for Jeroen Groenendijk, Martin Stokhof, and Frank Veltman, pp91-95
  2013 Daniel Isemann, Khurshid Ahmad, Tim Fernando, and Carl Vogel Temporal Dependence in Legal Documents Intelligent Data Engineering and Automated Learning - IDEAL2013 - 14th International Conference, IDEAL 2013 , pp497-504. DOI:
  2012 Tim Fernando Situation types subatomically From quantification to conversation, pp129-144
  2012 Tim Fernando Steedman's temporality proposal and finite automata Logic, Language and Meaning, pp301-310
  2012 Ruth Kempson, Tim Fernando, Nicholas Asher (editors) Philosophy of Linguistics
  2012 Tim Fernando A finite-state temporal ontology and event-intervals 10th International Workshop on Finite State Methods and Natural Language Processing, pp80-89
  2012 Tim Fernando Compositionality in discourse from a logical perspective The Oxford Handbook of Compositionality, pp279-304
  2011 Tim Fernando Constructing situations and time Journal of Philosophical Logic, 40(3), pp371-396. DOI:
  2011 Tim Fernando Regular relations for temporal propositions Natural Language Engineering, 17(2), pp163-184. DOI:
  2011 Tim Fernando Strings over intervals TextInfer 2011, Workshop on Textual Entailment, EMNLP 2011, pp50-58
  2011 Tim Fernando Finite-state representations embodying temporal relations 9th International Workshop on Finite State Methods and Natural Language Processing, pp12-20
  2010 Tim Fernando Temporal propositions as vague predicates Logic, Language and Meaning, pp143-152
  2009 Tim Fernando Situations in LTL as strings Information and Computation, 207(10), pp980-999. DOI:
  2009 Tim Fernando Situations as indices and as denotations Linguistics and Philosophy, 32(2), pp185-206. DOI:
  2008 Tim Fernando Situations from events to proofs Meaning, Intentions, and Argumentation, pp113-129
  2008 Tim Fernando Branching from inertia worlds Journal of Semantics, 25(3), pp321-344. DOI:
  2007 Tim Fernando Clauses as types LogKCA-07, pp67-79
  2007 Tim Fernando Temporal propositions as regular languages Language, Representation and Reasoning, pp167-187
  2007 Tim Fernando Finite-state descriptions for temporal semantics Computing Meaning, pp347-368
  2007 Tim Fernando Observing events and situations in time Linguistics and Philosophy, 30(5), pp527-550. DOI:
  2006 Tim Fernando Representing events and discourse: comments on Hamm, Kamp and van Lambalgen Theoretical Linguistics, 32(1), pp57-64. DOI:
  2006 Tim Fernando Finite-state temporal projection Implementation and Application of Automata, 4094, pp230-241. DOI:
  2006 Tim Fernando Situations as strings Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, 165, pp23-36. DOI:
  2005 Tim Fernando Compositionality inductively, co-inductively and contextually The Compositionality of Meaning and Content, pp87-96
  2005 Tim Fernando Schedules in a temporal interpretation of modals Journal of Semantics, 22, pp211-229. DOI:
  2005 Tim Fernando Events from temporal logic to regular languages with branching 10th Formal Grammar and 9th Mathematics of Language, pp27-38
  2005 Tim Fernando Comic relief for anankastic conditionals Fifteenth Amsterdam Colloquium, pp71-76
  2005 Tim Fernando and Rowan Nairn Entailments in finite-state temporality Sixth International Workshop on Computational Semantics, pp128-138
  2004 Tim Fernando Are context change potentials functions? Context-Dependence in the Analysis of Linguistic Meaning, pp117-136
  2004 Fernando, T. Inertia in temporal modification Proceedings, Fourteenth Semantic and Linguistic Theory Conference. DOI:
  2004 Fernando, T. A finite-state approach to events in natural language semantics Journal of Logic and Computation, 14(1), pp79-92. DOI:
  2003 Fernando, T. Reichenbach's E, R and S in a finite-state setting Proceedings, Sinn und Bedeutung 2003 (SuB VIII), pp111-122
  2003 Fernando, T. Causation and inertia over strings Proceedings, Fourteenth Amsterdam Colloquium, pp111-116
  2002 Tim Fernando Three processes in natural language interpretation , pp208-227
  2002 Fernando, T. A finite-state approach to event semantics Proceedings, Ninth International Symposium on Temporal Representation and Reasoning (TIME-02), pp124-131. DOI:

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